"Let's pack a picnic."
So let's outfit you with the perfect picnic kit.
Here, some beautiful and functional items that can make your open-air meal a walk in the park:
Picnic basket ($125): The woven white ash wood and checked interior say "classic," but the shape and leather handles make this carry-all decidedly modern.
Ceylon pitcher ($30): Sure, you could use the two-compartment plastic pitcher to brew tea. Or, you could infuse boozy punch with fresh fruit and herbs. Merely a suggestion.
Sandwich wraps ($30): Do you really need these reusable cotton-and-nylon wraps to tote your panini? No, but they'll make your spread a whole lot cuter.
Swell thermos ($35): What's hand-painted, nontoxic and can keep an entire bottle of wine cold for 24 hours? This 750-ml thermos.
GoVino glasses ($13 for a four-pack): No broken glass here. These shatterproof glasses are BPA-free.
Wooden cutlery ($5 per set): These disposable utensils won't harm the Earth, which is nice because you'll be sitting on it for luch.
Acrylic servers ($17.50): Lightweight and available in such vibrant colors, you won't leave them at the park/beach/pool.
Melamine plates ($8.75): Ants at a picnic? Not cool. Lightweight spider plates? Totally awesome.
Corkscrew and bottle opener* ($29): Open your 'stache of wine or beer with this cheeky combo piece. *Required for Brooklyn picnics
Picnic throw ($69): Patriotic but doesn't take itself too seriously. Just like your picnic.
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