Let me show you just how easy it is to host a harvest ladies lunch this year.
We are excited to show you how to host a harvest ladies lunch in a snap.
Here we will show you how to host a harvest ladies lunch from food to decor. This is a really modern take on a harvest gathering with lots of fresh white, jadeite and rustic wood. The food is what really shines but there’s some fun little decorations that will definitely make your tablescape pop.
We chose to use mint and white velvet pumpkins to keep the gathering soft and feminine but also still with that harvest theme. This 16 x 20 gather print from Lily and Val fit perfectly with our color scheme as well… I knew I just had to have it! They even had little matching cards with envelopes then I got to gift my friends with.
The center piece is a simple arrangement I found at my local TJ Maxx. As a rule of thumb, I never use anything but fresh florals at my parties. However, this one seem to fit perfectly. I especially loved that the leaves were textured to match the velvet pumpkins.
You will be a hit when you serve up delicious dishes like these. Our turkey, cranberry and Brie bread pudding is soft and oh so flavorful! The turkey, corn and cream cheese gluten-free fried flautas definitely brings the heat and provides bold new flavors to your harvest ladies lunch. And what would a harvest gathering be without ham right? Our ham n’ cheese potato casserole with buttery pretzel crust is a dish that everybody will love.
We used vintage jadeite bowls to serve our buttered carrots and corn. It’s also what we used for the fresh baked gluten-free rolls. I chose jadeite cake stands for serving up the other dishes. My gold rimmed turkey plates are another T.J. Maxx find that I love to use every year on Thanksgiving. I added some depth and texture with copper cups and a copper pitcher for serving sparkling apple cider.
Whatever you choose to serve, find the color scheme that works great for you and build around that. I hope your harvest ladies lunch is a huge success!
Be sure to check out recipes that we used on our table…
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Photos and video from the harvest ladies lunch by Amie Pendle