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Gallery » Outdoor Entertaining: Tuscan Dinner
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The setting is casual and relaxed. Extra seating allows guests to sit together and chat over a glass of chianti or basil lemonade. (Written and photographed by Jacqueline deMontravel.)
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Mismatched chairs at the table add character and can be used for additional seating. (Written and photographed by Jacqueline deMontravel.)
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Jars of tomato antipasto relish, served at the meal, are wonderful tidings guests can bring home to remember the special meal. (Written and photographed by Jacqueline deMontravel.)
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Fuss-free floral cuttings in pretty bottles offer a simple beauty. (Written and photographed by Jacqueline deMontravel.)
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Herbs are displayed and used throughout the setting and meal, capturing the overall theme of the event. (Written and photographed by Jacqueline deMontravel.)
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Another seating area is created simply with a few outdoor couches. Throw in colorful linens for comfort and color. (Written and photographed by Jacqueline deMontravel.)
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Sunflowers always make a cheery table decoration. (Written and photographed by Jacqueline deMontravel.)
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Lemons in large mason jars add color and support the rustic theme. (Written and photographed by Jacqueline deMontravel.)
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Rattan is an earthy accent that brings in a natural appeal to the setting. (Written and photographed by Jacqueline deMontravel.)
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Utensils are placed in mason jars, which play double duty as drinking glasses. Playful Teddy Bear sunflowers add color and are a natural favor to be enjoyed by guests. (Written and photographed by Jacqueline deMontravel.)
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A long farm table is quintessentially Italian and beckons guests to sit and stay awhile. (Written and photographed by Jacqueline deMontravel.)
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Herbs, flowers and garden-picked offerings all find their way to the table—not only will they be enjoyed with the meal, they also add a jolt of natural beauty to the setting. (Written and photographed by Jacqueline deMontravel.)
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A vintage bicycle adds visual appeal, while its basket can keep extra bread on hand. (Written and photographed by Jacqueline deMontravel.)
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The menu should be simple and fresh, paying homage to Tuscan cuisine. There is fresh mozzarella and tomato caprese served aside pasta. (Written and photographed by Jacqueline deMontravel.)