Backyard entertaining is back and it’s best in the summer. Relish in these awe-inspiring outdoor dining tables and elevate your next gathering.
If you are all about dining al fresco, here’s a list of essentials to make dining outdoors a little more fun and relaxing shared by my friend KariAnne over at Thistlewood Farms.
Rachel from The Ponds Farmhouse shares an outdoor dinner party as part of a monthly “Supper Club” with a group of gals. So many great ideas here!
Kim at Shiplap and Shells shares her summer table decorating ideas from her porch overlooking the Puget Sound at her 100-year-old-cottage.
I just adore how Cindy from County Road 407 used a vintage quilt on her picnic table to create this amazingly cozy and romantic outdoor dining vibe.
If there’s anything better than a luncheon, it’s throwing a surprise luncheon to show appreciation for the women you love. Jacquelyn from Style Me Pretty shares all the beautiful details from turquoise chairs to the turquoise cake.
Kelli and Kristi of Lolly Jane are twin sisters who designed this adorable outdoor dining space. Vintage chairs, old books, mason jars, and all the trimmings!
This outdoor dining table I arranged using my mother’s collected and vintage dishwares at our home in Coastal Maine. Join me here for breakfast.
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Courtney from French Country Cottage is sharing a few simple and easy tips for setting a beautiful table for summer and creating that warm inviting atmosphere for guests to enjoy.
How about “truck dining” from Rhonda over at Ramblings of a Southern Girl? I totally need to try this with our old Ford truck this summer. I can’t wait!
De Alma e Coração shares this out-of-the-way summer dinner. I believe this is something we should all try this summer…
Holly from Home with Holly J shares all about mixing the old with the new. These antique pink rosebud plates and her beautiful peonies steal the show on this outdoor dining table.
Sally and Christian’s Rustic Outdoor Rehearsal Dinner at Blackberry Farm was shared here with Martha Stewart. And I adore this canoe beverage station idea.
My mother did this same thing at an outdoor gathering after we were married at our home in Coastal Maine over 24 years ago. I wish I had a photo of it to share:(
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