THE Big DAY vs. Any other Big DAY

When we think about THE BIG DAY, people usually imagine a lavish wedding with flowing flower arrangements, soft music and gold dipped tableware. Ok, maybe that’s just me, but others also think about a wedding.

However, any important day in our lives can be turned into a BIG day: our parents anniversary, our brother’s 18th birthday, our cousin’s baptism or even our birthday or name day. So what is with weddings, why are these days considered the BIGGEST ones of all? My best guess is because with them it all begins…

Still, this is no reason not make all the other important days as big as possible.

We will start a series of articles with ideas o transforming the a simple event with friends and family into one special and unforgettable day.

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#1:  Flowers are always welcomed, and if you plan a big meal with your whole family and most of your friends, add flowers to the table. You will se how the mood of the guests will lift instantly (hopefully no one is allergic)

You can use any season flowers or plants and put them in vases, big glasses, pots or baskets.

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    […] When I was little and there were guests involved, my main task, besides behaving, was to set the table. My mother, my grandmother and my aunt, all thought that was a very important thing I had to learn. And now I know it really was. It is very valuable when you are in a hurry, and your guests are about to come, to be able to put everything in the right place without having to think about it very much. And this infographic by Amy Borrell I found over at Honeysuckle Life could be very helpful for anyone planning a dinner party and has a limited or no previous experience. Now all you need is a delicious menu and some fresh flowers. […]

  • Table Setting Infographic | Project Fairytale

    Written on February 4, 2013

    […] When I was little and there were guests involved, my main task, besides behaving, was to set the table. My mother, my grandmother and my aunt, all thought that was a very important thing I had to learn. And now I know it really was. It is very valuable when you are in a hurry, and your guests are about to come, to be able to put everything in the right place without having to think about it very much. And this infographic by Amy Borrell I found over at Honeysuckle Life could be very helpful for anyone planning a dinner party and has a limited or no previous experience. Now all you need is a delicious menu and some fresh flowers. […]