Summer Party Food

4 years ago by in party ideas, patriotic, recipe, Series
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It’s the final day of our Summer Party Series, and I really hope that you have enjoyed it!  I know I had a lot of fun creating and working with Jesseca and we will definitely be doing this again!  For my final post, I wanted to show you our fun table set up that we had at the party.  It was all very simple but delicious and cute.

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Let’s break down what you are seeing here a little bit.  Do you see the polka dot table runner from earlier this week?  It made the perfect runner for our patriotic set up!  If you are interested in the pinwheel bunting across the front of the table, you can find the tutorial for it on my blog as well.  It makes a statement for sure. The hanging poms are from Hobby Lobby, but you could easily make them for pretty cheap.  Mine were on sale for $4 for all three, so I couldn’t pass that up.  The beautiful and yummy classic white cake was made by Jesseca, and you can find the recipe for that on her site.

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Of course we had to have some fruit, and it made it even more fun for the kids that we cut it into hearts.  You could definitely do stars to be more patriotic.  Then there is a yummy potato salad recipe that I am going to try to talk Jesseca into posting the recipe for.  I have had my fair share of delicious potato salads in my life, and this one was definitely one of them!  It was SO GOOD!

You can also see the Baked Parmesean Fries that Jesseca made and they were perfect served in the little cups.  We used red polka dot napkins to add even more color to the table.  Super easy and it made serving them a breeze.  We used the pinwheel decor throughout, and stuck one in with the straws and silverware which was fun.   Add some yummy hot dogs into the mix and you are in for a get together full of perfect summer party food

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I hope you enjoyed our fun little series and will check back for the next series, because this was too fun not to do again!  Thanks for reading!  Here are all of the posts from the series in the links below.


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6 Responses to “Summer Party Food”


Vanessa Barker
June 28, 2013 Reply

This is so cute, and perfect for little hands! I also love that it’s easy enough that Mom can enjoy the day just as much as the kids instead of sitting inside cooking the whole time!! Thanks for the great inspiration thru your series!

Julie
June 28, 2013 Reply

Looks great. I love the heart-shaped fruit!

Michelle
June 28, 2013 Reply

Love the napkins in the fry cups, he shaped melon salad, the table runner, the pinwheels, all so cute!

Love the hanging poms!

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