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A Chic Dinner Party

Today we’re looking at how you can create a chic dinner party for this season with this lovely shoot by Liesl Cheney and styled by Ruby Tree Creative. With a moody colour palette of deep navy blue hues alongside a gentle pale pink palette – it really gives a contemporary twist for the season whilst keeping it totally pretty!

The table setting is easy to achieve yourself and consists of a dramatic oversized runner which looks fantastic as it drapes onto the floor. With this is a floral centrepiece of roses, stocks and foliage and this is nestled in the midst of trailing vegetables and fruit that runs along the entire length of the table! The rich grapes look particularly effective but you could add food which relates to what dishes you are serving. Figs and pomegranates would look lovely. Creating a dessert table is simple to do but makes your dinner party so exciting! Here they have displayed a selection of cheese and biscuits, little meringues, scrumptious doughnuts and some beautiful cakes!

You can see a video of this shoot by Ryan Chatfield Images too here.

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Catharine

For me, there’s nothing more fulfilling than creatively bringing exciting new ideas and beautiful features to B.LOVED that inspire you to find the soulful moments in your life.
As well as B.LOVED Editor, I am also a Wedding Photographer and Graphic Designer. I love sunshine, dreamy interiors, travel and animals! I share my life with my Fiancé James and our rescue dogs Joey & Teddy.

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