An over-the-top summer dessert deserves the perfect table to set it on.
A "Traveler Tray" is an easy-peasy, DIY-er, happy to-be home dinner alternative, that can be done before leaving the house in the morning/or the night before.
A spring table, with "Alice In Wonderland" accents and a vintage birdcage, helps raise fund for the Blind Children's Center's Tables That Bloom event.
Creating an celebratory atmosphere of fun, good company, great food and making memories just does not get any better.
A mix of sunny yellows, perky pinks with a dash of fuchsia brings sunshine and moonbeams—with candles—to this table designed to warm up a chilly night.
By mixing both flickering candlelight and metallic ribbon filled with teeny-weeny LED bulbs, you can ratchet-up any lay-out into a downright in-your-face, not-to-be ignored event.
"After culling as many treasures, bits and pieces, and tongue-in-cheek surprises from around my house I did what I too set out to do - I ran the stairs today."
With a sage-on-sage table linen and matching napkins, the basic place setting has the identical dinner, and salad plate, but with three different alternating colored bowls ranging from teal, to lime-green to blue for pops of color. Square burnt-orange plates set on the diagonal hold bread and butter.
Eucalyptus, pumpkins, grape vines, home-grown fallen leaves, gourds and more add color to a fall table.