Today it’s all about a pretty, romantic Thanksgiving tablescape- and there’s a special treat at the end of this post. I’m sharing a guest post over at Katherines Corner with more ideas for styling a tablescape. Fresh flowers mixed with silvery eucalyptus leaves, dried rose buds, sweet little pinecones, and a combination of different metallics for a refined rustic style that looks high-end but is easy on the wallet. Plump fresh green pears and white pumpkins nod to the theme of the season, natures bounty. …… And it all started… View Post

I have an issue! I’m stuck between choosing fall tablescapes or fall porches to feature this week How do I pick just one topic to feature when there are so many beautiful blogs to choose from? The struggle…. It’s real! One tough job I have over here. Ha ha. ……… After doing some thinking I have a solution for this quandary. The fall porches that I selected will be featured next week. Now you have a heads up as to what I will be featuring. I hope to see tons of… View Post

Today I’m going to share how I created this French Christmas holiday table setting. This is super easy and budget friendly too! Just under one week from Christmas day, easy Christmas table setting ideas are on the wish list! Here is what I used: White dishes- always a classic. Pretty flatware and stemware. Vintage salt and pepper shakers at the ends of each table. Mottled brass candle holders and my favorite drippy taper candlesticks that I found in a pop-up shop that has closed. For the linens, I used white… View Post

Thanksgiving is almost upon us. That means the time to start thinking about the dining table is here. After all, this area is the main hub where our friends and family spend the most amount of time gathered together. I have put together 10 of my best tips for styling and decorating your Thanksgiving table and included a few ideas and suggestions. In my opinion, the Thanksgiving dining table is equally as important as the meal itself is. Enjoying the company of our loved ones, friends, and family is important… View Post

Welcome back to the series of the French Country Style Baby Shower. This Pinnable graphic collage features some highlights from the  Part 1 and Part 2. French Country Baby Shower In this post, we will take a look at the food, dessert and drinks table, gift table, and the welcome table. Throughout decor throughout the baby shower, included decorative elements from multiple generations of the matriarchs on both sides of my family. The bear is from Mimi, our Texas grandma. As I mentioned in Part. 2 the lacy velvet birds flew… View Post