Inspired from my trip to Paris last year – I wanted to serve all the food in individual portions Not being able to find the right table cloth, so I went to the fabric store and bought a black leather cloth and made a runner from that black and white fabric. I happen to love inspiring messages, so each Eiffel tower place card holder had a word printed on it – happiness, gratitude, honor, love grace etc … and each card also the guest’s name on it.
I found butterflies at Kitchen Caboodles and placed them on my napkins.
Mirrors were used as chargers.
I set up the food in the kitchen on display boxes with mirrors And I also bought lamp posts online to create the Paris street setting.
I also got the individual ramekins from kitchen caboodles and the martini glasses and large glasses for salads.
I’ll send over the pics now !
carmelized onion goat cheese tarts with fresh figs and truffle oil
mac and cheese logs
fried eggplant squares topped with sautéed spinach and piece of grilled salmon on top
string bean salad
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