It’s easy to enjoy a casual backyard barbecue party with family and friends. But have you ever thought about hosting a fancy garden party while still enjoying your favorite barbecue? Here’s a little guide for you to check on.
Mowing Your Lawn
In any event or party, the location is crucial. You wouldn’t want long grass and weeds on your elegant party location. Using the best zero-turn mower, you can easily maneuver around obstacles on your lawn. With this, you can easily mow the grass around flowers, trees, and decorative lawn ornaments. With an average cutting speed in 5-8 mph, you can cut the grass twice as fast, too. The ability to make a 180-degree spin can ensure that you cut your grass in one nice and even pass. This means you no longer need to do follow-up trimming to patch up an uneven trim.
What You’ll Need
To host this garden party, the essentials you will need are a smoker, wood chips/charcoal, and the food and beverages you will be serving. Here are some additional things you need to remember to add elegance to your party:
Silverware and Plates
The easiest way to add a touch of class to your garden party is to use real glasses, plates, and cutlery. This will be the best time to invest on inexpensive catering tableware. Simple stem less wine glasses, white plates, and silverware are always a great to have for those who always have guests at home.
Lights and Music
Want a touch of elegance once the sun goes down? Little twinkling lights strewn overhead gives out a touch of class and lights up the mood. Touch it up with some music or jazz and you’re good to go!
Throwing a party for a small crowd? Invest in one long table and chairs. This will make the set-up classy and intimate for close family and friends. For larger crowds, it will be best to have an arrangement of small tables around the lawn to make space for people to move around and mingle!
Is the party for work, or family and friends? Is the party for adults only or should it be kid friendly? Once you have decided for the latter, then there is no need for a formal invite. You can send it through email, phone call, or even a handwritten letter. Be sure to specify the type of occasion so everyone invited will know what to expect.