There’s so much to be thankful for after seeing Marysia Swim‘s Friendsgiving party. It’s perfectly white, rustic + chic and we couldn’t be happier. Hop on over to Marysia’s blog to see the inspiration behind this dreamy party.
Thanksgiving is upon us and we have some wonderful warm copper inspiration for a gorgeous holiday buffet. Copper vessels filled with Fall foliage and treats create an inviting setting for family and friends to feast. The mohair bench adds texture and compliments the warm tones perfectly. All thats left to do is to light some candles and fill your plate.
Subtle and simple, this zinc Thanksgiving table is understatingly gorgeous. The assortment of black wooden chairs pairs perfectly with the patina’d zinc table top. Beautiful black ceramic vases full of striking florals puts a new spin on traditional Thanksgiving decor. Think outside the box and enjoy a toast with your dearest of kinfolk.
A little more Thanksgiving inspiration to share with you all, because you can never have too much, right? We are HUGE fans of One Hope, and feel extremely honored at every chance we get to work with them….and even more thrilled to call them our friends. What they have done in this industry (and far more) is amazing, and we couldn’t be happier to see their continued growth and success. If you are not already familiar with them…..you should be! Read about their story here, buy their product here, and check out more from this beautiful shoot over on Inspired By This blog.
Can’t wait to enjoy a little of my favorite One Hope Wine on Thursday!
Found pieces used: Nixon Industrial Shelf, Hammer Silver Chairs.
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday without a doubt! I love everything about it, as well as the weeks leading up to it. I don’t know exactly what it is that I love most…maybe it’s spending the day in the kitchen with my mom and sister cooking, or hearing the kids running through the house playing with their cousins, or the guilt free hours spent doing absolutely nothing but hanging out with family. or maybe it’s just that I don’t feel remotely bad about stuffing my face all. day. long. Whatever it is, I am counting the days until it’s here, and already thinking about all of the things I can’t wait to eat! So I wanted to put together a little table with a simple appetizer to show how a few sweet details can make the smallest of tables, so very enticing. Bread, cheese, crackers, apples, pears, a pumpkin pie (and wine of course) makes for a perfect little table of goodness.