Happy Wednesday, today I will be sharing a St. Patrick’s Day tablescape that you can re-create. It is so fun to set up holiday tables for breakfast because that gets your kids excited to get the holiday started. Plus, it is a great way to create more memories with your children. They will begin to look forward to the decorated breakfast tables.
Thanksgiving is tomorrow which means time with family, yummy food, and lovely decorations. I absolutely love Thanksgiving, the night before my mom and I set the tables and on Thanksgiving we spend all morning in the kitchen cooking. We do it this way so when we are done cooking we don’t have to worry about anything else but enjoying the great company.
Today I am sharing a Thanksgiving place setting with a nice pop of color. For my table cover I used a cream colored tablecloth.
Happy Thanksgiving week!! I can not believe we are about to celebrate Thanksgiving in just a few days, it feels like I just shared this back to school party with you all. Since Thanksgiving week is so crazy with all the prep work I thought I would share a simple Thanksgiving table, there isn’t any fuss to put this together.
I began by choosing my dinner plates from Create Ur Plate, if you haven’t heard of them yet you must go check them out they have an amazing variety of designs for all sorts of occasions. I simply placed them on top of my white square dinner plates and napkins. I think my napkins with the fun print and neutral colors added a nice touch to my simple place setting.
Preparing for the holidays can be crazy and hectic but the end result is always amazing. The quality time with the ones you love makes it all worth while. But I don’t want you to stress these next 2 weeks leading up to Thanksgiving so I am here to help you cross off one thing from your to-do list and that is the design of the tablescape for your dinner.
Happy Monday, Halloween is almost here and I am so excited to share this Halloween tablescape that I created.