TABLESCAPE: PECANS + COTTON

Before cracking the striated shell of our Ingredient of the Month, we decided to put these beauties to use in a tablescape for a dinner party we hosted last week. Cotton, while not edible, is also emblematic of November as it is about to be picked at our farm (and clearly we had to sneak a few branches for ourselves and our clients).

 November Tablescape // Pecans + Cotton

November Tablescape // Pecans + Cotton

Tablescape: Autumn Brinner Party

When Autumn met Brinner. This dinner party is the perfect marriage of two feel-good classics. While Brinner is the ultimate comfort food, Autumn begs for you to curl up next to the fireplace (if only the temperatures would drop enough!). For our brinner party, we served elevated twists on the classics: a tart (mushrooms + sweet gorgonzola + walnuts), a hash (sweet potatoes + pancetta + kale), and pancakes (sourdough + persimmon whipped cream). 

 Details // Autumn Brinner Party 

Details // Autumn Brinner Party 

 Tablescape // Autumn Brinner Party

Tablescape // Autumn Brinner Party

Cheers,
Five Seasons

Tablescape: Autumn Garden Dinner Party

For a garden dinner party that we recently hosted, we wanted a "rustic chic" tablescape to compliment the food (whole roasted lemon chicken, cauliflower mac and cheese, etc.). The eucalyptus table runner against a white table cloth is the perfect mix of refined and woodsy; and we love the way our twig and feather name cards turned out.

 Eucalyptus Table Runner // Autumn Garden Dinner Party

Eucalyptus Table Runner // Autumn Garden Dinner Party

 Feather + Twig Name Cards // Autumn Garden Dinner Party

Feather + Twig Name Cards // Autumn Garden Dinner Party

Cheers,
Five Seasons