COASTAL LIVING TABLE FOR TWENTY

03.05.2017
Filed Under: home and garden

COASTAL LIVING TABLE FOR TWENTY

COASTAL LIVING TABLE FOR TWENTY

I was super thrilled to attend Coastal Living magazine 20th anniversary celebration “A Table for 20”. It was  a night under the stars with coastal inspired cuisine, cocktail and design.  I recently purchased a lot in Habersham, so you can imagine my excitement that coastal living magazine chose this charming location out of all the coastal communities to have this amazing anniversary celebration.

The table for 20 event featured a cocktail reception under the 300 year old oak tree, followed by a 3 course dinner to a dessert station. Each tablescape was set for twenty guests and decorated by a Coastal Living interior designer  inspired from Coastal Living’s archives of magazine covers from their 20 years of publication. Jean Marie and myself were in heaven admiring all the unique tables. My eyes were glued to my camera lens. I was so blown away by the organization of this event, the service was impeccable, the food and drink were plenty! The event was organized by the community of Habersham Marketplace which is the heart and soul of the award-winning town.

 

COASTAL LIVING: TABLE FOR TWENTY

 

Cocktails!

…under an oak tree with the sounds of blue grass music we laughed, talked and admired everything.

 

COASTAL LIVING: TABLE FOR TWENTY

COASTAL LIVING: TABLE FOR TWENTY

 

 Menu

Split Pea Soup/Arugula salad/Choice of beef,chicken or fish/Dessert station.

There were over 400 people attending this even and the food and drink were delicious, but most important the staff was the best I have seen for such a big event. If you asked for a glass of water you got it in 5 minutes. I was just amazed. Thanks to Jody at Plum Productions for a great job in organizing.

 

COASTAL LIVING: TABLE FOR TWENTY

 

 Table #2

My table was designed by Lauren Deloach, it consists of lots hydrangea with bright blue vases with  long yellow flowers it was one of my favorite tablescapes.

 

 

…more of my favorites!

 

All Flowers were done by Colonial House!