Lobster for lunch is a summer favorite of mine. Who doesn’t like to indulge in an afternoon seafood feast? 
Kimberly Schlegel Whitman’s Tablescapes
At our lake house, I like to cover the picnic table with a crisp white linen from Porthault. Large white-and-pine chairs are brought from inside to make sure people have plenty of comfortable space to maneuver when dining on these delicacies.
Kimberly Schlegel Whitman’s Tablescapes
Red beaded place mats from Amen Wardy in Aspen were placed on top of the linen, and large leaf-shaped plates and bowls made the settings. Coral-handled flatware, also from Amen Wardy, framed the place mats and settings. White linen napkins embroidered with a large lobster were folded and placed to the right of each place setting.
Kimberly Schlegel Whitman’s Tablescapes
However, when it comes to lobster, a napkin is often not enough. Lobster bibs were placed in each glass and guests were instructed to tie them on even before the food was brought out.
Kimberly Schlegel Whitman’s Tablescapes
Lastly, we placed a red fishing net runner down the center of the table and decorated it with silver lobsters and crabs.  It was the ideal setting for a delicious lunch, and one that we look forward to every summer!

1 Comment

  1. Katie Anderson- Keith Watson Events on August 7, 2012 at 6:24 pm

    Great tablescape! So perfect for summer!

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