current read: milk and honey – rupi kaur
current cookbook: tiny food party – jenny park and teri lyn fisher
< word of the day: inchoate – being only partly in existence or operation >
Now that the warmer weather is upon us and hopefully here to stay, at least for the mere few months Toronto is used to, I created a summer themed dinner party setup that is fun, bright and sure to strike up conversations.
This can be a fun table setting for family and friends. Although this was designed for four people, you can definitely add more spots. And with this spread, you most likely will.
I love the idea of tiny food, it creates a more casual atmosphere and looks like you have put a lot more work into your party. So when I found “Tiny Food Party” I knew it would be an immediate favourite. I used two of the recipes which you can see below.
Little aesthetics you can add are cocktail umbrellas picks to your drinks, wind spinners for the table and PINEAPPLE LIGHTS.
For fun desserts, I made fruit kebab and popsicles because popsicles. Need I say more?
Thanks for reading and happy planning.