Between a wedding website and a personal blog I'm quickly running out of time for real life. Which is why I'm particularly glad for entertaining ideas such as this one! I've said it before and I'll say it again, but it's so very, very easy to host a chic little wine and cheese party at home without going completely loco, it's really one of the easiest home parties to pull together - the only drawback is that it can get pretty pricey!
Pauline is without a doubt one of the most creative florists you'll find. She once made a birthday cake, all out of flowers, for a friend of mine, and her creations never fail to surprise and delight. Call her, brief her and prepare to be blown away.
If you've got a knack for arranging, then the flower market is your best bet, and this particular flower market (which has been around a long time) boasts one of the most impressive cold rooms in Singapore - and it's always stocked with a variety of seasonal and staple flowers. Need a special order? Or a specific type in bulk? They'll do that for you too.
Wikipedia tells me that Mediterranean cuisine is full of fresh fruit and vegetables, with a good dose of light meat (fish and chicken) prepared in a healthy manner (grilled in olive oil).
It seemed like a good choice for a mid-summer fete at home read more.
There are so many kinds! And honestly, it's the best thing to shove in the oven when you're short on time and there are folks coming over. It's pretty hard to ruin a roast chicken. I could write entire tomes on the wonders of a roast chicken, but instead I'll leave you with some of my favourite recipes: