Sunday, July 22, 2012

Lets have a luau

Even the chandy dressed up
I would as an after thought use smaller rolls.
Lots of veggies with onion dip.
I used different place settings.  I liked them both but made it a little more interesting.
A little sauce for kabobs. Are you  ready to put the kabobs on the grill and corn in micro.?  I'm getting hungry.Let the quests fix there own veggie and fruit kabobs and save your self a little time.

All finger food on a hot day. who wants to cook? corn done in micro wave yum good.
I like the wicker glass holders.  The glasses have blue stripes the straws are different colors and are also spoons  for ice cream if you are not to full. The wicker tray are the same as the coasters under coffee cups.The glass jar will hold the lemonade.

You are invited to a party.  Come as you are or grass skirts  are acceptable.this would be good for a teen party with all the hot weather. I was going to have it out side but too humid.

Found at my thrift store just in time

Wine for adults and pink lemonade for kids
After dinner mints
Just some fake flowers for center piece
  I wanted to do this on the deck but too hot to drag everything outdoors. The plates and tablecloth are plastic as barbecues can be messy. to match the colors I wrapped yarn around the candle and used a dipping dish for holder.
Lets pretend we are in Hawaii where the Luau is a tradition
veggies and graham crackers with peanut butter,whipped cream and squirt of chocolate and a cherry on top.  I bet you can't just eat one.
Time to put on the grill and corn in the micro.  I am getting hungry.Thanks for hosting


Sall's Country Life said...

This looks perfect for the hot summer weather we've been having. I'm glad it's indoors and I hope you have air conditioning! We can watch Hawaii 5-0 on tv!!

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Alycia Nichols said...

Hi, hi, hi!!!! Or should I say, "Aloha!"? What a fun idea!!! I like the way you presented 2 different settings. It really gives the table character! You always come up with such great ideas for making a table look festive, like the addition of the yarn on the napkin ring and candle. I love all the color, too! It really takes me away to the islands! Now, I must say I have never had a graham cracker with all that on it. I have had them with just peanut butter, but never with the whipped cream and chocolate and cherries. Next time I buy some graham crackers, I'm going to have to give it a try. I took your advice on how to make the corn in the microwave, and I've been a happy little corn eatin' camper ever since! :-) (I've been looking at the shriveled up corn crops around here the past several weeks. We'd better enjoy corn now while we can!) Great idea to have all the food on skewers, too!!!! Very nicely done!!!

Tricia said...

This is such a cute and bright table! Your family and friends will break into big smiles when they see all the festive decorations and especially when they see the amazing food!

Pam - @diy Design Fanatic said...

What a cute table! All you need are tiki torches! I love your vintage burger salt and pepper shakers.

Patti @ Pandoras Box said...

What a fun and happy your Kabobs...and I certainly will try your graham cracker treats!

Aledia said...

What a fabulously fun party!! I love all the bright colors and the wicker items. Your burger S&P set is just too cute!!

Thanks so much for the party invitation and I will definitely have to try making your graham cracker treat!

Aledia @ Plum Perfect

Brandi said...

Dinner looks delicious. Such fun table settings.

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