Feast Your Eyes

Objects of Desire

By Hilary Geisbert - July 2014

Stylish Crab Feast Essentials

Objects of Desire

By Hilary Geisbert - July 2014

-Photography by David Colwell

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Of course your guests are mainly coming for the crabs, but that doesn’t mean they won’t appreciate the perfect summer cocktails, adorable place settings, and other essential tools for a stylish crab feast.


Miniature Buoys: Buoy ($14/each) at Becket Hitch.
Beer Tray: Drink tray ($24.95) at Trohv.
Cocktail Recipe Book: Porch Parties cocktail recipe book ($16.95) at In Watermelon Sugar.
Wooden Dish: Wood scoop salt & pepper cellars ($9.95/set of two) at Williams-Sonoma.
Wipes: Crazy Beautiful wipes ($4.25) at Trohv.
Mallet: Olive wood mallet ($19.95) at Williams-Sonoma.
Sign: Chalkboard beverage dispenser tags ($19.95/for four) at Williams-Sonoma.
Napkins: Striped towels ($7/each) at Trohv.




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