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Set a Summer Table for Entertaining

By: Uncommon Designs
May 23, 2014

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Set a Summer Table for Entertaining
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Whether it is a theme, occasion, or just simply beautiful, we are going to share some inspiration and tips for you to set a summer table for entertaining!

What says summer more than the beach and a coastal theme? This Summer Beach Tablescape is created using natural elements and a pop of color. Try mixing burlap, seashells, and wood elements to create this soothing look. The pop of turquoise in the Wooden Candlesticks, brings in an element of the ocean, right to your table.

Red,white, and blue....summer classics! Whether it is Memorial Day or Fourth of July, these classic colors are a summer icon. Inexpensive bandanas in red and blue invite your guests in, and instantly add a laid back, casual feel to your table. This Summer Bandana Tablescape can go with anything from hamburgers to steak. Add a few pops of red flowers, and the table is complete.

Sometimes, setting a summer table is all about simplicity. This outdoor picnic table is the perfect setting for a Wine Bottle Centerpiece. Mix shapes, heights, even colors to add interest. Place seasonal flowers { even from the grocery store } in each and on a rustic burlap runner. A perfect evening with friends under the stars.

Flowers...they scream summer, right? Small clippings from your garden can make the perfect table decor. This gorgeous Summer Table Setting incorporates elements from the garden, including little galvanized pails at each place setting. A perfect way to have a family dinner on the porch.

Setting a Summer Table can feel a bit overwhelming but relax...cause isn't that what summer is about? Just use what inspires you to think about, colors, textures, and memories!


Be sure to visit Uncommon Designs  for more projects and to learn more about Bonnie.


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