Family Sushi Dinner + Cucumber Salad Recipe

When World Market contacted me about planning a dinner table scape I was ecstatic.  World Market has become my go-to for entertaining essentials.

 There is one not too far from our house and I find myself there often browsing their new arrivals.  They have an amazing wine selection too, especially Rose!

World Market has so many great plain everyday white dishes but I wanted something a little different.  Since Sterling has been so into sushi lately and now Frances loves it too, I decided some Asian inspired dished would be fun.

I have to say I am kind of obsessed with our sushi gear and I know we will be using these dishes often.

My parents happened to be in town this weekend so I invited them over for Sushi Night!

Square Shanghai Plates | Table Runner | Napkin Rings | Napkins | Shanghai Bowls | Moroccan Tea Glasses | Chopsticks | Sushi Dipping Dish

The plates were my starting point for the table.  I fell in love with the bright colors.  The bowls match the plates.

I always love Moroccan tea glasses.   The glasses come in 5 different colors, but I really liked the teal.  You really could serve any beverage in them but I love them for wine.

I use my table runner all the time and it was just reduced to 50% off and is now only $12!

Let’s talk about food.  We obviously had more than 2 rolls of sushi, this was our starter course.  These rolls were mainly for the kids, we saved the good stuff for the adults.  The salad could not be easier. 

||  CUCUMBER SALAD ||

 You spiralize one English cucumber, and two carrots.  You could also thinly slice them if you don’t have a spiralizer.  Add about half a bag of frozen edamame (thawed).  Drizzle with soy sauce and sesame seeds. So simple and we loved it. Plus the colors are gorgeous.

Wooden Serving Dish | Sushi Plates

Sterling was super excited about our sushi night.

Oh and the wooden chopsticks are washable and reusable:)

Since we were doing sushi I went all out and bought sake too.

I just love the little sake carafe and glasses.

The whole set is under $8!

Wearing Cooper and Ella Dress

Frances wasn’t quite sure how to use everything and had more fun stacking the dipper dishes.  She did however shock me and ate 5 pieces of sushi!

My adorable parents. I was so happy they could join us.

I think Sushi night will be a family tradition we will continue.

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Thanks to World Market for partnering on this post.  All opinions and thoughts are my own.

3 Comments

  1. August 3, 2015 / 1:56 pm

    So cute!! I love your set up and amazed that your kids eat the sushi too! How fun. Your table was perfection 🙂

  2. August 3, 2015 / 2:26 pm

    What a fun tablesetting! You did a great job pulling everything together.

  3. August 3, 2015 / 5:20 pm

    Beautiful tablescape! Looks like you all had so much fun and I love that the kids are the sushi too!

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