Happy Fall….. It’s Thursday and I’m lagging. Usually, I share something new today, but that didn’t quite work out.  Theraflu, hot tea, and plenty of rest crammed its way onto the “needs immediate attention” agenda. Not so fun, but I’m on the mend. Today, I don’t have a lot to say, but here are a few photos from recent projects. It’s a warmer, more vintage style. Definitely a stark contrast to my own personal style; French Country,  Cottage and romantic Gustavian.  Even though this style is a bit different from my own personal style, I think it’s appropriate for the autumn season.… View Post

Welcome back to the series of the French Country Style Baby Shower. Before we dig in, check out Part 1 and Part 2 for details about the tablescape and ideas for place settings. This Pinnable graphic collage features some of those highlights.  French Country Baby Shower In this post, I will cover details of the food, dessert and beverage table, gift table, and the welcome/favor table. As you enter the room through the double doors, this is the welcoming reception table that sets the tone for this upscale event that incorporated plenty of adorably cute details like the chintz fabric stuffed… View Post

The style of this French Country Baby Shower is perfect for a variety of events. Many of the decorative elements could be used for a girls gathering, brunch or luncheons, and bridal showers. Some of the decorative elements could also be incorporated into wedding designs. It is elegant and romantic, with the perfect amount of rustic elements and just the right amount of cutesy touches. If you missed the first post, check out French Country Baby Shower Part 1.   Sweet white and pink roses are fastenened onto simple white cloth napkins with a pale pink ribbon.   We wanted… View Post