While I know most of us won’t be celebrating Easter in the traditional way this year, there’s no reason we can’t make the day feel special! I think it’s even more important during these unprecedented times to keep our traditions going. They ground us, make us feel more normal, and increase our connectedness.
Even as the world has changed dramatically in just a few weeks, some things remain the same. Our need to connect. To break bread together. So though we may not be able to have the dinner parties or have friends over the way we usually would, we can (and should) still celebrate together!
Well, there’s definitely spring fever in BlogTown because this is my third post this week all about spring decor and/or entertaining! I know it’s unusual for me to have this many posts in a week, but when friends ask you to share a pretty table, you have to oblige, right? Earlier in the week I shared a spring table in shades of blue, and today I’m joining my friend Bre at Rooms for Rent along with some other fabulously talented bloggers for her spring tablescape hop! (Be sure to scroll to the bottom to see all the tables being shared!)
Hi and Happy Best-Day-of-the-Week! Today is even better than usual for me as today my daughter is coming home for spring break! Nothing makes my heart happier than when everyone is back home and under the same roof 🙂
We’re back with another French Country Fridays, your source for all kinds of French-ish inspiration! I would say this week has a little bit of everything; antiques, kitchen design, a few tablescapes, and some decor!
Spring is always such a fun time to entertain. After the long days of winter (and I know some of you are still having those!) it’s nice to see spring-y colors, green hills, and fresh blooms. It makes me excited to have spring dinner parties and start planting my garden!