Interactive Food Experiences
Take a page from Claire Olshan’s dinner party playbook and have your guests play with their meal. Live culinary experiences and edible decor seem primed to take over this year: Catering pro Erin Corriveau suggests gastronomy dessert bars (“Science is fun to eat!”) and crepe stations with a shave-able chocolate wheel.
Dress (the venue) to impress: 2020 is all about drama. This means forgoing tiny bouquets for an impressive flower display, whether it’s a single statement piece or a hanging installation. Jenni Hill-Horsburgh of Little Hill Floral Designs even suggests using fresh blooms to create a living ceremony arch.
Technically, the verbiage used in the report includes all shades of blue, from dusty aqua to deep navy, but with Pantone’s color of the year in mind, we’re choosing to err on the side of vibrant. Pair the tone with terracotta for a palette that’s on trend and fun—nary a blush pink in sight.
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