In the background you can see our cute shed that matches the house and the buffet line.
I had to use an assortment of chairs. The tables are covered with 2 large drop cloths.
I set the table with 24 vintage Mason jars filled with bluebonnets.
To unify the jars, I snaked this ribbon through the jars down the table.
I am not sure how to describe this ribbon, but it is tulle with three-dimensional flowers on it, another find from Hobby Lobby.
Here’s another look down the table.
I chose this spot, since it would be in the shade of the trees by the time we sat down to dinner. I also thought it would be perfect next to the trees, since I could set up the buffet line there in the shade, and then the buffet line would also be close to the house for those dining on the porches. You can see the house in the background below. Aren’t the flowers gorgeous??
Just for fun, I’ll going to show some of my favorite photos from the party. If you want more information about what I did, or where I got stuff, hopefully you can find that info in the appropriate post (links to the other posts are at the end of this post.) If you didn’t get your question answered, please post your question as a comment or email me. (My email address is on my profile or you can use the contact me form link in my sidebar.)
As guests said their good-byes, the sun set slowly in the evening sky. It was a lovely day, and now the party was over.