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Glamping-Themed Dinner Glamping-Themed Dinner

Glamping-Themed Dinner

Hosting your first gathering for friends and family? No worries, here are a few ways to make your party the most memorable gathering of the year. "How?" you ask? Well, by going for a glamping theme. Here's what you need to consider when hosting a glamping-themed dinner.

If the weather permits, give mother nature a seat at the table. This season is about breaking down the walls between nature and you. Eat outside or let nature in by opening your windows.

If the weather permits, give mother nature a seat at the table. This season is about breaking down the walls between nature and you. Eat outside or let nature in by opening your windows.

1. Add greens everywhere
Add a little green where you can. In the water bottle, on the plate, and in pots on the table.
Herbs are perfect to put on the table - both for decoration and if guests want to add some flavor to their food or drinks. Choose herbs or greens that aren’t known to many. They work well with our cotton napkins, functioning as a conversation starter and adding an educational flair to your dinner.

2. Avoid big centerpieces
An elaborate centerpiece can sometimes come off as too showy. It can even ruin a pleasant dinner because it gets in the way of your guests sitting across from each other. So keep the big decorations off the table.
Instead of a huge centerpiece, go with wild flowers for your table. It goes well with the glamping theme.

Instead of a huge centerpiece, go with wild flowers for your table. It goes well with the glamping theme.

If it's chilly outside, or you want to be prepared for a sudden wind chill drop, have some throws and shams readily accessible.

If it's chilly outside, or you want to be prepared for a sudden wind chill drop, have some throws and shams readily accessible.

3. Make your guests comfortable.
We all know how a hard chair or a chilly breeze can ruin a dinner experience. Adding soft cushions for back support and cozy throws and blankets on each chair will guarantee you a hostess of the year award.

4. Lots of candles for the ambiance.
Most of us remember to put candles on the dining table. But don't forget to place larger lanterns on the ground, hang them from the surrounding trees, or hang them from railings if you're in your backyard.
5. Make it easy for yourself
Someone wants another beer again? Spare yourself the trouble of running inside. Place the beverages in baskets close to the table (a bag of ice in the bottom keeps them cold). When in the kitchen, save your outfit from stains with a nice apron. Our Canvas Apron has pockets that may function as extra hands.

6. Go glamping on your backyard
You don't need to go to a remote area to get the glamping vibe. If your guests won't love the idea of being far from creatures of comfort, then your backyard is the perfect place. Plan a day of fun with lawn games, and keep the drinks and blankets close by in buckets so guests can take whatever they need when they need it.

Good luck!

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