The end of a long feast

This weekend was a feast. First, Jen and Matt’s, then Matt and Kim’s, and finally a gathering at our own house with family. If you’ve ever scratched your head and wondered how to lay out a platter, take a few tips below from Jenn’s backyard masterpiece. I am going to send a couple of these pictures to Toast & Tables (a wedding site that doubles as a great resource for anyone planning a party).

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We really have great friends.

More to come…

Jen

4 thoughts on “The end of a long feast

  1. Sarah Dennis

    I can’t decide what I love more…the food or the tablesetting!  Everything looks absolutely incredible.  What a wonderful way to spend summer weekends…good food, good friends and a gorgeous tablescape.I’m looking forward to seeing more!  Thanks so much for the “link” love.Sarah,Toast and Tables

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  2. champagnewednesday

    Thanks Sarah. It’s really exciting to have you comment here – I love your blog. I am still building mine and finding its purpose. Yours is an inspiration!

    Thanks again for stopping by!

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  3. Kari

    Holy smokes that is a great table!I have been slacking and this totally inspires me.I love that your friends even chose a rattan type patio set over the default plastic or poor quality aluminum.Brillaint. 

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  4. Kari

    Holy smokes that is a great table!I have been slacking and this totally inspires me.I love that your friends even chose a rattan type patio set over the default plastic or poor quality aluminum.Brillaint. 

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