entertaining

a sunday lunch for spring

05.07.15

spring lunch | almost makes perfect a springtime lunch | almost makes perfect

you know how sometimes you get married and you get lots of beautiful serving items from your registry, but then you just never use them because entertaining is such a thing? so i decided i’m going to try to entertain like 5% more than i do now. with spring here, there are lots of pretty new things in the produce section. so i made a simple and easy menu of a dope charcuterie tray, a fresh citrus salad, and for dessert : winesicles made from kendall-jackson pinot gris!

a spring party | almost makes perfect a springtime lunch party | almost makes perfect
a springtime lunch | almost makes perfect a spring lunch | almost makes perfect

i had my friend molly co-style the party with me — we kept the table pretty neutral besides the flowers and the food. we scattered airplants along the table, and i DIYed some patterned napkins and seed packet favors (which i’ll do posts on next week!) we also decided to make it very springy, so we created a real leaf backdrop as the focal point. i’ll also do a post on that!

gideon made the best looking charcuterie plate i’ve ever seen — so i will from now on be making him make that for event we host.

spring party winesicles with edible flowers | almost makes perfect winesicles with edible flowers | almost makes perfect

the winesicles were so good. i was worried they’d taste a little strong but i could seriously eat 5 of them. the vintner’s reserve pinot gris was the peeerfect taste for popsicles. and then fall asleep for the rest of the day. you can head over to the kendall-jackson blog to see the recipe!

a spring lunch | almost makes perfect a springtime lunch a springtime lunch

SOURCES
plates / wine glasses / cheese board / serving tray / serving bowl / vase / runner / table


STYLING : ALMOST MAKES PERFECT + MOLLY RHYMER
PHOTOGRAPHY : LILY GLASS

THIS POST IS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH KENDALL-JACKSON. ALL OPINIONS ARE 100% MY OWN.

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