A summer dinner dressed in white
A pop-up outdoor celebration with all guests dressed in white. This sums up the phenomenon “Dîner en blanc,” or dinner in white. See how you can do your own take, one festive dinner setting at a time.
Romantic dinner for two – or two hundred
Originated in Paris in the eighties, a touch of romance is central to the Dîner en blanc concept. Based on a bring-your-own principle with portable parts, it’s also easy to multiply. Candlelight dinner or massive feast is up to you.
Functional and simplistic
With a lightweight kit like this, you’re free to set your table anywhere. Folded away in a flash, it’s also ideal for spaces you use for more activities than dining.
The details make the feast
A bring-along dinner may require some practical choices, but bring some props for effect as well. After all, a staged dinner is the right place for grand gestures.
Straightforward and modern
Fancy dinner or everyday meal, this combination sets you up beautifully and reliably throughout the summer.
A table setting to remember
The right table setting can improve the simplest meal. No matter if you’re under a tree or in a dining hall, go with tableware that makes the occasion special.
Playful and extravagant
This mix of select materials and clean lines will carry you through any and all dinner companies. Regardless if it’s a one-off dinner or a fixture for all of summer, a playfully festive table setting or just chairs and table.
The blazing finale
A traditional Dîner en blanc is usually finished with a joint lighting of sparklers. It marks the end of dinner and is the signal to fold your chairs and head home. Unless you’re home already – then it’s simply a good way to highlight the moment.
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Interior designer: Gretchen Broussard
Photographer: Måns Jensen
Writer: Henrik Annemark