This is a theme based picnic.
Picnic-Theme a Scottish Tweed
We ask you to wear a Scottish Tweed caps, breeks, coats, jackets, skirts or/and to bring a Scottish Check plaid, please try to fit in the Scottish Theme.
The word "picnic" comes from the French "pique-nique," which roughly means a potluck, so in that spirit, assign your guests a type of dish to bring. Crowd-pleasers include fried or grilled chicken, as well as assorted fresh fruit like grapes, stawberries and salads. Something for your own a some fruit to share. A cooler with ice keeps your drinks and perishable foods cool, and a scottish tweed sweatshirts keep you warm if the wind starts to blow. You'll also want to pack napkins and hand wipes so you can clean up after your picnic feast. And finally, bring a digital camera or disposable cameras so you can spend rainy days remembering how much fun you had.
Pentecost Sunday 2013 (19 may)