The pieces in this Champagne service channel the je ne sais quoi of continental entertainers with etched glasses sourced from regional producers across France. They stand on a signature charcuterie board finished with a black wax design originally created by folk artist Diane Kappa.
Instead of opting for plastic cups and plates at a backyard bridal shower, up the classiness of your party by using real plates and glass champagne flutes. Skipping the plastic and paper will make any setting feel luxurious.
When planning a backyard bridal party or outside dining experience, save money and double-down on charm by using real glassware instead of plastic cups. Guests will feel at home and the environment will thank you.
Laughing guests raise their champagne flutes for a cheers at a backyard bridal party. A simple backyard setting is elevated with the use of a balloon garland, foraged centerpiece and real plates rather than paper plates.
A backyard bridal shower is made even more special with the addition of foraged greenery, DIY balloon garland and real plates and champagne flutes. A pink tablecloth adds a pop of color against the wooden dining table and the bride-to-be's wicker throne.
If you are pressed for time and don’t have the energy to make a floral arrangement, you can add some fun to your table by just mixing your fine china with various oyster sauces. Don't be afraid to have some fun by pairing hot sauce with fine china and horseradish with crystal pieces or even served from a champagne flute.