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Create a welcoming
Rooftop Party
Lifestyle bloggers Stephanie Sterjovski and Neal Jolly are newlyweds who love to entertain. They share their style tips and party advice.
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The Comfort Look

  • COMFORT IS KEY
    “You want to create an environment where everyone can relax and have a good time,” says Stephanie, who makes sure that the patio chairs at her table have cushioned seats so her guests can linger over dinner a little longer.
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    STRING LIGHTS
    Vintage-inspired string lights give you ambiance and keep the party glowing all night.
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    OUTDOOR RUG
    Define your dining area and give your guests a soft touch under their feet.
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Stylish table
Graphic dishes in neutral tones are the perfect backdrop to vibrant summer food.
Arugula salad with pecans, Watermelon salad, Lemon garlic shrimp, Strawberry basil water
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    PLANTERS
    Bring extra greenery into a rooftop space with planters
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    SOLAR-POWERED LAMP
    Bring the inside out with stylish solar-powered lighting.
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CANVAS Bar Table and Stools
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    BAR TABLE 
    AND STOOLS
    Welcome guests with a drink and some appetizers to start off on the right foot.
Blueberry mojito, Sparkling wine with popsicles, Fruit-infused water, Charcuterie board
Create a Laid Back Atmosphere Look
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    LAID BACK ATMOSPHERE
    Neal suggests using music to set the mood. “Create a playlist or find one on a streaming service. Look for a mix of current hits and nostalgic favourites.” 
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    FIRE TABLE
    Create a special atmosphere by adding an unforgettable fire table.
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    TOSS CUSHION
    Create an outdoor living room with patterned cushions that add personality.
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    DIY DESSERT
    “At the end of the night, try to leave people better than you found them,” says Stephanie, who likes to serve classic s’mores.
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    HOT CHOCOLATE
    “Don’t overcrowd surfaces with décor. Make sure people can put down their cups,” reminds Stephanie.