We’ve logged some serious couch time mastering the subtle art of “Netflix and chill” during the past year, shrouded in COVID-19 uncertainty. While some might consider this an accomplishment, we feel a bit bloated from the TV binge and are ready to take our rightful place outdoors and back in the real world. If an immediate plunge into reality seems a bit too harsh to you after months of one-liners, plot twists and no commercial breaks, let us segue into normal life by throwing a fanciful luncheon for you and your BFF.
Inspired by our favorite Netflix series, “Bridgerton,” and with a little help from our friends at White Peacock and Bloom by Anuschka in Denver, we are delighted to serve you a visual feast set in the quiet shade of Cheesman Park’s marble pavilion.
Don your best spring finery and pull up a seat. Goodbye, loungewear and Zoom. Hello, Denver.
Jen Hardie has a degree in communications and has worked as a fashion editor for various publications. With a master’s degree in journalism, Stephanie E. Richards has been a writer and editor for numerous publications.
Mottahedeh tobacco leaf teacup and saucer, $160 at White Peacock
Matti Berglund custom upholstered and handpainted chairs, goat skin rug and floral arrangement (prices upon request) from Bloom by Anuschka; Herend teapot, $895, Le Jacquard Francais tablecloth, $338, and matching napkins,$23, all from White Peacock
Baccarat Papillon Lucky Butterfly, $140, Richard Ginori Oriente Italiano flat dessert plate, $100, Herend Princess Victoria dinner plate, $110, Mottahedeh lace charger $135, Bodrum placemat, $35, all from White Peacock
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