champagne + oysters
So much for a snow day; the 5-8 inches we were expecting and which caused mass hysteria at the grocery stores yesterday turned out to be gray skies and rain, instead. And not even a whole lot, at that! Scrolling through my blog feed this morning, rather grumpily, I was stopped dead in my tracks when I saw Chassity‘s post on Charleston-based even designer Calder Clark’s fabulous oysters and champagne party and which was also featured in Flower magazine. My spirits were instantly lifted. I guess if we aren’t going to get snow, I might as well pine for a beautiful outdoor dinner party, especially when hosted in Calder’s incredible backyard! I make it a habit NOT to re-post, but these images just made me so happy, it was too good not to share! A blue, white and gold color palette, mix and match plates, lovely gold rimmed glassware and pale green blooms are easy elegance at its finest:
Aside from the table setting, how amazing is her back porch??
Blue, white and gold is the perfect color palette for spring:
Small bud vases, when arranged en mass groopings, are so dramatic:
That fabulous gold bar cart gives me heart palpitations!
I DIE over those gold rimmed quatro foil glasses:
And let’s not forget about the guests of honor, just chillin’ in a bathtub. Genius.
Here are my picks for getting the look:
Start with Tolix-style chairs like these, in white. They are super affordable and work both indoors and out:
Gorgeous gold flatware is a must-have:
Add a fabulous gold bar cart. LOVE this one from Target, of all places:
Stick a flower arrangement in an oversize gold ice bucket like this one I’m currently coveting for a showstopping focal point:
How are you beating the winter blah’s this week?
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