Garden Party Inspirations

With the weather being so beautiful, I'm in the mood for a garden party.  When I came across this beautiful setting,  it really got my excited about entertaining outside. Isn't it gorgeous?  Oh to have a beautiful garden with colorful blooms like this....I can dream on being that I live in Texas.
Here are some other settings that I know you will love.  I'm warning you, you are going to want to plan your garden party after you see all these beauties.
Aren't the columns great?   I especially like the grapevine/wisteria growing up the columns.   Fun ethnic lanterns hanging from above.    Imagine how festive it feels at night when it is all lit up!  The mixed matched chairs add a flair of interest too.
This looks like a great place to hang with friends.  Looks like lots to upkeep but I'll be the guest!
Isn't this like a fairy tale?  Wouldn't be that comfortable but for a little while I could handle a little whimsy!  Wouldn't want to serve your guests too much wine!
(The Style File)
Perfect setting for a barbecue.   Hanging the lanterns at different heights is the way to go!
These Spanish pots are stunning on this patio.   I'm crazy about this look!  Get the table set and we are ready to start the music and fire up the grill.  Looks like this square table seats 12! 
Warm earth tone colors always make me feel at home, maybe it's because it's the colors that I grew up with in Africa.  The stone work is so complimentary to these pots and they make the perfect marriage.
What an amazing centerpiece.  You could fill each box with cookies (or whatever you want)  and send them home with your guests as a party favor.  I have to plan a party this very minute just so I can do this!!  The pink and green color combination is so much fun!  Polka dots don't just have to be for kids.
(Jessica Clair Photography)
Takes my breath away!  A round or oval table always makes such a perfect conversation circle.  Paired with these round comfy seat cushions, we have a winner for comfort and style.
Blue is a great backdrop for colorful foods.  Notice the fun silverware and vintage glassware.  The bottled drinks served up in this wrought iron flower planter is a great idea too.
Cozy little space for cocktails.  The stonework is a nice backdrop.  Add a few colorful throw pillows and a outdoor rug to this mix and it would be divine.
An intimate table setting.  Very springy.  Looks like each guest got a pair of stylish gardening gloves.
Pops of color against a green backdrop always draws your guests to the space.  This looks like it's ready for a bunch of fun woman ready to talk their heads off.  Maybe it's for a "bride to be?"
These chairs are amazing!  I love how the scrolling goes so beautifully with the pattern on the tablecloth.  Details, details, details....
(Roberts Ericson Designs)
Adding several complimentary fabrics together can make a table so interesting.  Incorporating shells, rocks, stones, bark or any other natural element adds texture and a masculine touch.  Notice how well the napkin goes with the flowers.  It's great to mix and match but the key is to pull it together somehow!
Let's get this party started!
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