Today is one of my favorite posts of the year! I’m joining my friend Lory of Designthusiasm as part of her Styled + Set: Holiday Entertaining Tour. I joined this tour last year, and she always has amazingly talented people in the group. This blog hop has over 20 bloggers sharing their holiday tables and entertaining tips, and I absolutely love it!
This year my Christmas decor has gone in a decidedly different direction, and I couldn’t be happier! Recently, I shared my kitchen tour and my entry way, both of them softened with blush pinks and white. So of course, for my first tablescape of the year, I went with the same palette! Today I’m sharing my Christmas Table Setting as part of the Seasons of Home Holiday Series, hosted by Kristen of Ella Claire.
Hello friends, and welcome to another edition of Styled + Set, the wonderful entertaining blog tour hosted by my friend Lory of Designthusiasm. I absolutely love doing this tour as there are so many talented bloggers, and I always get lots of inspiration from the gorgeous tables they all share! I’m sure if you’re coming here from Yvonne at Stonegable, you’ve already seen some gorgeous inspo. Yvonne’s tables are always stunning, and this year’s is no exception!
Hi friends! Today I’m excited to be joining the Project Design group, hosted by Classic Casual Home, Most Lovely Things, and Rough Luxe Lifestyle. When they asked me if I wanted to join in this month and the topic was fall doors and tablescapes, well, you know how I love a good tablescape – I couldn’t say no!
When I was a kid, I never really understood why my parents and the other adults in my life loved summer so much. I mean, I loved summer because there was no school (clearly the best thing ever!) But why did they like it, when they still had to go to work? And now that I’m an adult, I think I know. Alcohol.
Are you ready for summer entertaining? To me, this time of year always seems simpler and just a little more relaxed than any other season. There is just something about lingering after a dinner party on the patio on a summer evening, don’t you think?