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Al Fresco Summer Dining with Hydrangea Tablescape

hydrangea centerpiece with glass hurricane and white candle

Grab a glass of bubbly Prosecco and join me for some al fresco summer dining at this hydrangea tablescape! It’s a sultry evening in July. The sun is wistfully sinking and the fireflies are just beginning to flash. The smell of charcoal wafts across the back yard and effervescent Prosecco tickles your nose as the …

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An Easter Tablescape with Blooming Basket & Boxwood Topiaries

Set a bright and colorful Easter tablescape with a blooming Easter basket and boxwood topiaries for a whimsical centerpiece + get my recipe for pesto asparagus and poached egg!

Set a bright and colorful Easter tablescape with a blooming Easter basket and boxwood topiaries for a whimsical centerpiece + get my recipe for pesto asparagus with poached egg! Hey Y’all & Happy Easter!! What a joyous season this is with the flowers budding, temps rising, and sun shining…rebirth and renewal all around.  I love …

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A Black and White Themed Tablescape for Any Occassion

Black and White Themed Tablescape

Need an effortless but elegant tablescape? As a hostess, you know that the look and feel of your table matters. Not only does it set the mood for gatherings, but it is also a prominent place for festive décor. Sometimes though time is short or inspiration low, and every good hostess needs a “go to” …

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Setting the Table for Fall

Hip Hip Hooray! October is here with changing leaves, crisp, cool air, and pumpkins! In honor of my favorite season, I have re-styled my dining room table and blackboard for a more festive feel.   Tips and Tricks to Help with Your Fall Tablescaping: Embrace fall colors! Use yellow, green, red, and orange to echo …

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Patio Décor: Festive Preppy

Spring temperatures have finally stabilized here around a balmy 80 degrees with minimal to no humidity. It is absolutely lovely! But as every Southerner knows this pleasant weather will soon give way to sweat inducing degrees and humid air so viscous you could barely cut it with a knife.  So let’s head outside and enjoy …

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