28.1.15

Photo Story - Picnic when the Sun shines


The Mumbai weather has been merciful these past few days, with a soft, kind Sun, and a gentle, pleasant breeze. It’d be a heinous crime to not put this fabulous weather to good use.  Which in my case, basically means packing a picnic, and heading outdoor with the husband. You don’t need a special occasion or several days’ worth of planning to get going. I have planned for and put together a picnic at barely a couple of hours’ notice.

The food is all up to you. Keep it as basic, or as elaborate as your mood permits. For me a simple baguette, some organic cookies, jams and dips, a bottle or two of wine, my favourite sparkling water, or individual jars of sangria work just fine. I like to carry some music with me, whether it’s a cute little radio, or just my ipod, as long as it plays some of my favourite tunes, I am good.


The key to enjoying the picnic is to keep it hassle free. Just choose a scenic, peaceful spot, and set out your picnic goodies. Read to each other from a book, or just sit and watch the sunset. Whatever you do, don’t let these days of beautiful weather go wasted!

Styling: Pratishtha Khan  
Photography: Amber Wasi










7 comments:

  1. So envious of your beautiful weather and the picnic is adorable. I can't remember the last time I went on a proper picnic

    ReplyDelete
  2. Beautiful pictures! These pictures remind me of my childhood days when I use to go to picnics like these with my family.😊
    www.myfadeddenim.com

    ReplyDelete
  3. Gorgeous photographs! I hope you enjoyed your picnic! Then again, how could you not with a bottle of wine and good company? ;)

    ReplyDelete
  4. I absolutely love fruits <3!! Perfect picnic for me!!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Love-love-loving the pictures!
    Amazing.

    ReplyDelete
  6. Gorgeous flowers! THEY ARE stunning!
    kisses
    xoThe Beckerman Girls

    www.BeckermanBlog.com

    ReplyDelete

Hope you are thoroughly enjoying your tryst with the Wonderland madness! Share your whims here. We are open to brickbats and love...