The First Party of Spring…

will be a Vera cocktail party!

Just when I thought I’d seen all the great Vera cocktail designs, I stumbled across the towel and napkins shown here.  The colors are so warm that they heat up a room just by their mere presence!

So as soon as the weather cooperates, I’ll invite the girl friends over for an afternoon of sunshine and cocktails.  I’m open to recipes, as I’m not much of a cook (no comments from Little Brother, please!).  I may not be able to cook, but I know a great dish when I see one!

Comments:

Posted by Hollis:

I don’t know about the food, but you could crystal centerpieces with fruit that bring the linens to life!

Saturday, February 20th 2010 @ 10:08 AM

Posted by KeLLy Ann:

Those are Wonderful. I especially like the one with the Oranges and the one with the Watermelon.

Saturday, February 20th 2010 @ 12:04 PM

Posted by Mod Betty / Retro Roadmap:

Ooh I would love to be in virtual attendance – sounds like a great reason to have a party, and something cheery to look forward to! 🙂

Sunday, February 21st 2010 @ 7:53 AM

Posted by Holly:

Hey Lizzie!
I’ll have a Beefeater gin martini, dirty not too dry with extra olives. Stirred not shaken, please.

Keep an eye on your cocktail napkins and canape plates, girl (especially if I show up at the party wielding a large handbag!)

Sunday, February 21st 2010 @ 3:53 PM

Posted by LB:

You could always check to see if LB Catering has an opening. Anyways, cooking is easy – you just have to hold your mouth right.

Tuesday, February 23rd 2010 @ 6:55 PM

Posted by Lizzie:

Oh course! LB Catering! Now why didn’t I think of that? I wonder if mac and cheese goes with martinis and rum swizzles?

Wednesday, February 24th 2010 @ 7:11 PM


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One response to “The First Party of Spring…

  1. Betty

    I LOVE Vera articles. I draw like this myself. I have drawn many Vera things in my own sketch books just to have them. These coctail napkins are deliciously warm and inviting. However, using them may require a jaunty sun dress, kitten heels and a bit of boufount-ing of the hair, yes? Betty

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