We will help you organize an unforgettable garden party and share the secrets of table and patio decoration, preparation of drinks and simple but delicious dishes.
[PAGED_GALLERY] [GPAGE_V]Pinwheel Serving[/GPAGE_V] To make this pinwheel, you will need: origami paper or double-sided colored paper, cocktail paper sticks and our detailed instructions from page 95. The pinwheel will not only decorate the table but will also be a nice souvenir for your guests. [GPAGE_V]Delicate pastels[/GPAGE_V] Decorate the table in soft powdery marshmallow shades combined with pale yellows and light greens. They will add charm to the party and create a relaxed, casual atmosphere. Collect a bouquet of garden flowers and make it the centerpiece of the table. [GPAGE_V][/GPAGE_V] Hang garlands of paper balls in delicate pastel colors in the garden on the branches of trees, thereby defining the boundaries of the recreation area. [GPAGE_V][/GPAGE_V] Transform your kitchen arsenal into original flower pots. A ceramic colander with a jar placed inside will perfectly replace a vase! [GPAGE_V][/GPAGE_V] Pair outdoor furniture with home-made items such as throw pillows or dining room chairs for a cozier garden setting. [GPAGE_V][/GPAGE_V] Give your guests a little attention. And so that they do not leave empty-handed, prepare a surprise for everyone: a seedling mold and a small bag of seeds. [GPAGE_V][/GPAGE_V] Bright salad plates with fresh vegetables and herbs combined with dressings and sauces are a win-win option. Very pretty, tasty and easy! [GPAGE_V][/GPAGE_V] Use more berries and spices from your garden. Make a raspberry fizz or mojito - not only do they taste good, they look amazing too. [GPAGE_V][/GPAGE_V] Just like in a real restaurant: write your holiday menu on a slate board and place it at the entrance to the garden. Looks very impressive! [GPAGE_V]For the whole company[/GPAGE_V]
Large open pies - tarts - are designed just to share them among all guests. Prepare the dough and several different toppings, using vegetables that grow in your garden if possible. Put the pies on a separate large table or on the steps of the stairs so that guests themselves come up and take what they want.
Pictured: zucchini and lemon tart, beetroot and goat cheese quiche, roasted tomato, red onion and basil tart.