EXCLUSIVE: Inside Martha Stewart's intimate 81st birthday dinner at her home in Maine where the lifestyle goddess treated pals to lobster, caviar-filled potatoes and her own chardonnay

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Martha Stewart celebrated her 81st birthday at her estate in Seal Harbor, Maine with her closest pals.

The icon spoke exclusively to DailyMail.com about her party, revealing that she rang in her birthday with a dinner party for 20 at her home Skylands, which is just outside Acadia National Park.

Martha had local lobster with caviar-filled roasted potatoes on the dinner menu with her chardonnay, called 19 Crimes Martha's Chard. 

Birthday festivities: Martha Stewart celebrated her 81st birthday at her estate in Seal Harbor, Maine with her closest pals

Birthday festivities: Martha Stewart celebrated her 81st birthday at her estate in Seal Harbor, Maine with her closest pals

'I had a wonderful evening with close friends, a dinner party for 20,' Martha revealed.

'We started with beautiful roasted potatoes, out of the jacket and pureed with cream and butter, then put back in and topped with American caviar that a friend sent me for my birthday,' she said, adding 'A great birthday gift.'

The dinner menu also included local lobster, which was served as lobster thermidor, which is lobster served with a mornay sauce. 

It was paired with green and yellow wax string beans and a carrot puree, all sourced from Martha's garden.

Her guests enjoyed her chardonnay, 19 Crimes Martha's Chard, as well her pal Molly Chappellet's Cabernet Sauvignon.

Home sweet home: The icon spoke exclusively to DailyMail.com about her party, revealing that she rang in her birthday with a dinner party for 20 at her home Skylands, which is just outside Acadia National Park

Home sweet home: The icon spoke exclusively to DailyMail.com about her party, revealing that she rang in her birthday with a dinner party for 20 at her home Skylands, which is just outside Acadia National Park

Exquisite: 'I had a wonderful evening with close friends, a dinner party for 20,' Martha revealed

All the details: The star's place settings featured pink napkins, a stunning touch

All the details: The star's place settings featured pink napkins, a stunning touch

Candlelight: The table settings include white, pink and brown tones

Candlelight: The table settings include white, pink and brown tones

Birthday: Her guests enjoyed her chardonnay, 19 Crimes Martha's Chard, as well her pal Molly Chappellet's Cabernet Sauvignon

Birthday: Her guests enjoyed her chardonnay, 19 Crimes Martha's Chard, as well her pal Molly Chappellet's Cabernet Sauvignon

So yummy: Her delicious looking cake featured three white candles

So yummy: Her delicious looking cake featured three white candles

Double the fun: Martha's cake looked incredible and arranged with floral and greenery accents

Double the fun: Martha's cake looked incredible and arranged with floral and greenery accents

Meal: 'We started with beautiful roasted potatoes, out of the jacket and pureed with cream and butter, then put back in and topped with American caviar that a friend sent me for my birthday,' she said, adding 'A great birthday gift'

Meal: 'We started with beautiful roasted potatoes, out of the jacket and pureed with cream and butter, then put back in and topped with American caviar that a friend sent me for my birthday,' she said, adding 'A great birthday gift'

Delicious: It was paired with green and yellow wax string beans and a carrot puree, all sourced from Martha's garden

Delicious: It was paired with green and yellow wax string beans and a carrot puree, all sourced from Martha's garden

Martha's birthday cake was a four layered coconut cream cake, served with fresh peach ice cream. 

The television personality revealed that her close friend Kevin Sharkey prepared huge floral arrangements for her house with flowers from her garden, including Hydrangeas, Snap Dragons, Delilahs and Lilies.

Her home, which was finished in 1925 by Edsel Ford, is surrounded by the Acadia National Park. 

'We spent so much of dinner talking about the importance of America's National Parks,' adding that is was important to 'protect and maintain these beautiful National Parks and to keep them going for generations to come.'

Wow factor: The floral arrangements were set on intricate silver plates

Wow factor: The floral arrangements were set on intricate silver plates

Stunning: The television personality revealed that her close friend Kevin Sharkey prepared huge floral arrangements for her house with flowers from her garden, including Hydrangeas, Snap Dragons, Delilahs and Lilies

Stunning: The television personality revealed that her close friend Kevin Sharkey prepared huge floral arrangements for her house with flowers from her garden, including Hydrangeas, Snap Dragons, Delilahs and Lilies

Delicious: Martha's birthday cake was a four layered coconut cream cake, served with fresh peach ice cream

Icon: Martha seen blowing out the candles of her cake

Icon: Martha seen blowing out the candles of her cake

Happy: Martha looked lovely in her yellow and purple dress with long sleeves

Happy: Martha looked lovely in her yellow and purple dress with long sleeves

Glowing: The businesswoman posed with her cake for another snap from her stunning bash

Glowing: The businesswoman posed with her cake for another snap from her stunning bash

Beautiful: The florals were breathtaking, and all from her garden

Beautiful: The florals were breathtaking, and all from her garden

The details: There were stunning sunflowers in a living space of her estate

The details: There were stunning sunflowers in a living space of her estate

'America has the most beautiful National Parks in the world that we all love to enjoy, especially after two years of not being able to fully travel, but we all have to make sure we take of them and support them.' 

The lifestyle goddess also spoke to DailyMail.com about her upcoming travel plans. 

Next Friday she travels to Las Vegas for the opening party of her restaurant The Bedford by Martha Stewart.

Martha's restaurant is located at the Paris Las Vegas.

Lovely: 'We spent so much of dinner talking about the importance of America's National Parks,' adding that is was important to 'protect and maintain these beautiful National Parks and to keep them going for generations to come'

Lovely: 'We spent so much of dinner talking about the importance of America's National Parks,' adding that is was important to 'protect and maintain these beautiful National Parks and to keep them going for generations to come'

Pretty: The flowers were all over her home, perfect for a summer birthday

Pretty: The flowers were all over her home, perfect for a summer birthday

'I can't wait to fly to Las Vegas next Friday [August 12] for the opening party of my first ever restaurant. It's a dream come true.'

Martha chatted about the space and the inspiration behind her restaurant: 'I've designed it myself and worked with the wonderful Sean McBurney of Caesars Palace.'

She revealed that the 'beautiful space was inspired by my farm in Bedford, New York.'

The 194 seat restaurant has American food on the menu and will 'offer guests an authentic glimpse of how she lives and entertains in her own home,' according to the official website for the new eatery.

Gorgeous: Martha had pink and white floral arrangements along tables as well

Gorgeous: Martha had pink and white floral arrangements along tables as well

Chic: The table set ups were so beautiful around her home

Chic: The table set ups were so beautiful around her home

Elegant: The home had a number of gorgeous floral arrangements

Elegant: The home had a number of gorgeous floral arrangements

Sunlight: The sun hit the flowers on a wooden table

Sunlight: The sun hit the flowers on a wooden table

Excellent: Martha's dining room table had white flowers with coordinating candles

Excellent: Martha's dining room table had white flowers with coordinating candles

Happy: Martha pictured with her good friend Susan Magrino Dunning, Chairman & CEO of Magrino in New York City

Happy: Martha pictured with her good friend Susan Magrino Dunning, Chairman & CEO of Magrino in New York City

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Inside Martha Stewart's intimate 81st birthday dinner at her home in Maine

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