Hello friends! I’m so excited to share this years Thanksgiving Table with you. I’ll be honest after the huge response to last years table, I was a little worries about creating one this year, in fear of how I was going to make it better than the years before. I think that as bloggers we sometimes feel that we have to outdo the previous years before, and we are constantly competing with ourselves to create the next biggest and best thing! So after getting over that fear of not creating something better than last years table, I started focusing on just something that I would want to create.
Our leaves have already started to change outside, but before the bright oranges and yellows appear, there are deep burgundy’s and muted tones popping up as our green leaves begin to turn. It’s really quite a beautiful process, and I love that I get to live in one of the most beautiful parts of the country to have a front row seat. For this years tablescape I wanted to reflect what was going on in nature outside.
Whether your table is big or small, or your circle is intimate or expanding, I think the important thing is that we make time for those around us, and celebrate one another! I hope you feel inspired by this beautiful spring tablescape that any special women in your life would cert
If you saw in our Christmas tour I incorporated some blue to this years decor. One of my main staples were these amazing blue goblets I found at HomeGoods in clearance! They paired perfectly with the glasses I already had from my china set, and added just the touch of blue the table needed.
On my tablescape I used mini bundt cakes to create a unique and individual place setting. So today I’m going to share with you how I created them. These mini bundt cakes are so easy to make, it’s really the pans and the embellishments that make them look so delectable. I have come to the conclusion that mini-cakes are like puppies or kittens, and any other kind of baby animal. Their cuteness factor lies in their small size, and thus makes them simple irresistible!
I’m so honored to be teaming up with the ladies joining me today for another installment of Farmhouse Holiday Decor. Today we are sharing our Christmas tablescape partnered with HomeGoods! I know, I know it’s not even Thanksgiving yet, but just think of it this way, you will have plenty of inspiration ready at your fingertips while your kids are doing the dishes after your Thanksgiving meal, Lol! So I hope you will find tons of inspiration in todays tour, I can’t wait to see what the other ladies came up with, and you also have the chance to win a gift card to HomeGoods!
It’s no secret around here that I love creating tablescapes! You’ve heard me say it before, and I will probably say it again. Which is why I am so excited to share a NEW mini-course created just for Holiday DIY Tablescapes, and just in time with the holidays right around the corner. This instantly available course was created by Jen Wagner, and is available through Jeanne Oliver. You may remember a course I taught with Jeanne and other friends all about the Art of Home. One thing I know for sure, is that the course Jeanne provides on her website are from the most thoughtful, creative and genuine women, who truly want to inspire and help others create! It’s a beautiful network of artists, and this course happens to be particularly close to home. There is nothing I love doing more than creating tablescapes, but trust me, I know for some the thought of it is daunting, or perhaps even un-inspiring. The good news is it doesn’t have to be that way! Whether you’ve dabbled in it before, are completely new to the concept, or love creating inviting tables for your guests to come and sit at, I think you will love this course.
It’s no secret around here that I love to create tablescapes. Whatever the occasion is I’m up for the task. Whether its a more formal dining setting, like THIS ONE I created this fall. Or creating a simple tablescape like THIS ONE, that will last from September right up to Thanksgiving. ….
One of the first place’s I go to decorate for the seasons is our dining room table. It’s a great way to add a seasonal touch without having to change out the bulk of my decor. I know sometimes figuring out just what to put on your dining room table can be tricky. So today I’m sharing a simple fall tablescape idea that will last through Thanksgiving. I’ve also teamed up with some friends who are sharing more easy ideas to decorate for fall with.