Melania Trump gets ready for first State Dinner with multiple nods to both Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama
The Macrons have landed, the table's been set and the tree -- a gift from President Trump to French President Macron -- has been planted: The Trumps are set to host their first state dinner on Tuesday night at the White House -- and no detail is to be spared.
First lady Melania Trump has tweeted many pictures of her team finalizing the details of the banquet after "months of preparations."
"Spent yesterday with my team checking on the final details of our first State Dinner with France," Melania captioned the photo, where she can be seen doing a walkthrough with her team, putting the finishing touches on the tables' place settings and meeting with the White House caterers to discuss the night's menu.
The menu includes rack of lamb and cheese gateau to show the "influence France has had on American cuisine," explained CNN.
Detailed FLOTUS' communication director Stephanie Grisham, "She has been very focused on the experience of the guests and wants to ensure they are able to truly enjoy and remember the occasion. Mrs. Trump selected every item and every detail for the dinner, from the entrée to the chair cushions.”
The banquet also reportedly includes delicate china from Hillary Clinton's collection and produce from Michelle Obama's White House vegetable garden. The beautiful and intricate gold-lined dishes were commissioned to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the White House under the Clinton administration and can be seen decorating tonight's table.
Yahoo Lifestyle explained that "the selection of this particular china is no coincidence — it is intentional for the purposes of the dinner." In keeping with the cream-and-gold color scheme, FLOTUS also chose to incorporate the flowers used by the Obamas -- cherry blossoms, according to the New York Times.
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