Fill this tub with ice and chill drinking jars or bottled beverages in it. With the "cold drinks" label, thirsty guests will know exactly where to go for refreshments. And how great is that copper detailing?
Set the stage with this rustic, chunky outdoor dining table. This expansive table easily seats 8 to 10 people, and the crisscross detailing adds a geometric touch.
Keep the kids occupied with this fire engine–red tire swing. This would be pretty easy to DIY as well!
Pull up a seat! These cool metal chairs would be ideal for warmer months. They could easily be stored elsewhere during winter, as they're lightweight and stackable. I love the contrast of metal chairs with a wood table.
I adore mix-and-matched dining ensembles. Add one of these woven rattan (surprise — it's actually durable plastic) armchairs to each end of the dining table for an eclectic look.
This white dinner plate with a classic café-blue rim detail screams America, and it would be a great everyday piece.
Make your guests feel special with cloth napkins as opposed to paper ones. Red and ivory ticking is a classic farmhouse staple.
Keep the dining centerpiece simple. I think lining up three of these metal hurricanes down the center of the dining table would be just enough sparkle for a farmhouse party. Place a pillar candle in each for ambience and watch them glow after dark. I imagine the shadows cast from the patterned cutout will be stare worthy.
Use fishing line to suspend a large paper lantern above the farmhouse table to create a focal point and give the sense of an outdoor dining room.
Keep the party going well into the night with these ecofriendly, LED, solar-powered fairy lights. With no extension cords to limit your distance, wrap them around a tree in the backyard. Oh, and they're waterproof too! The party is on rain or shine.
A cornhole gaming set is sure to keep the more active guests busy. This one is decked out in modern stripes, but you could easily make it your own by giving it a custom paint or stain job.
Even though it was originally meant to be used as a boot tray, this metal tray would be great for serving up farm-style grub. Pile pulled-pork sandwiches or roasted corn on the cob on them and serve it all buffet style straight from the tray.
Provide extra seating away from the dining table by placing a few of these stump stools around randomly. A cheaper DIY approach would be to cut your own stump stools from overgrown trees.
Keep the down-home vibe going with these handled drinking jars. Chill them on ice and let guests pour their own drinks.
Sip up ice-cold lemonade with these playful candy cane–striped straws.
Don't forget dessert! Let kids and adults alike roast marshmallows for s'mores in this aged-bronze fire bowl. The lattice design gives it a modern pattern.
Use a chalkboard to casually display the dinner menu or to label menu items individually.