For unique garden party ideas, perhaps to make an adult birthday dinner a bit more special, you can apply a Secret Garden theme. Loosely inspired by the classic children's novel, the name alone is wonderfully evocative. Implying a sense of discovery, it has mysterious, romantic and enchanting connotations.A Secret Garden party theme is very versatile and can be adapted to suit all different occasions.The garden party ideas below are inspired by the rustic beauty of an English country garden and incorporate all the wonderful flavours and smells of herbs, fruits, vegetables and flowers into the food and drink, table styling and decorations.
Just as with any party, the host or hostess must secure a venue and accommodations, draft a menu and select potables, elect a theme and choose decor and entertainment to create the desired ambiance. The guest list should be urbane, refreshingly diverse and always comfortable. Consider whether children will or should be present and politely include this information in your invitations.
The spring- or summertime garden party is among polite society's most delightful affairs! Descended from the rambunctious Bavarian biergarten and refined by Victorian England's upper crust, we inherit a modern variant to accommodate any bent or budget.A garden party may be an unceremonious barbecue, stately soiree or motley mixer of friends resulting in lively conversation and merriment, in a pleasant outdoor setting.
Charming garden party themes include the Down-home Barbecue,German Biergarten,Impressionist Art,New England lambake,"Summer Garden Party Hurricane Party,California Dreamin and "Latin Fiesta! The theme should lend itself to the decor,cuisine and entertainment, such as music and games like croquet or horse-shoes.
Regarding the food itself, bear in mind most recipes represent more a method or formula than concrete strictures; and virtually all recipes exist as a variation on another.The ingredients you choose are your artist's touch just as a painting of,say, a house represents such,whether impressionist, romantic or abstract.