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A WHIMSICAL WONDERLAND TABLETOP

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It’s funny how holidays can evoke a certain mood from year to year. Last Christmas, I was in the mood for sophisticated, wintery glamour with a frosty, table of white, burgundy and gold. But this year? I’m all about joy in the form of color with this Christmas tabletop inspiration we created around these adorable bottle-brush trees in shades […]

28 responses on “A WHIMSICAL WONDERLAND TABLETOP

  1. Teri

    I was just admiring those trees at Anthro! What a gorgeous table setting. There was a tutorial over on Beautiful Mess this week to DIY bottle brush trees. It was pretty cute…

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  5. E

    Wow. Those are some pricey trees. There are a couple hundred dollars worth on that table. Seems like a terrible waste of money.

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MY THANKSGIVING TABLE INSPIRATION…

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Two things have providing inspiration for a simple, organic Thanksgiving table this year – and if you follow me on instagram, then you already know what one of them is! These bunches of cotton branches. And if you’ve been reading the blog, then you might recognize the other one from my November moodboard – black and white buffalo plaid. […]

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  1. Monika

    What a beautiful table setting! Lovely color combination, simple and stylish. Perfect timing, too. I recently bought some cotton branches and just didn’t know what to do with them. You gave me perfect inspiration. Thank you!

    With Love, Monika

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SETTING A RICH TABLE FOR FALL

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I tend to go a bit overboard when it comes to entertaining – and especially when we put together shoots for coco+kelley. I love dreaming up beautiful details for a tabletop, but sometimes all you really need is one really gorgeous centerpiece to set the mood…   I love the way the jewel-tone florals look set […]

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  1. kate Zucconi

    Wow this table looks stunning! The rich autumnal colours of the flowers look so strong against the black ground, and are perfectly highlighted by the warm tones of the wood and the gold cutlery!
    I would love to eat there!!

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A SWAMP SOIREE FOR HALLOWEEN!

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I’ve always loved Halloween – what kid doesn’t? Free candy and playing dress up? Count me in. And as I’ve aged that sentiment certainly hasn’t changed much – but the celebrations definitely have! We’ve gone from scandalous costumes at college house parties that last late into the night, to trick-or-treat gathering with friends who have their own kiddos. But […]

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SAY ‘BON VOYAGE’ TO SUMMER WITH AN OVERBOARD NAUTICAL PARTY

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The sad truth about this summer is a) it went entirely too fast and b) I spent far too little of it on a boat. Which may explain why I felt the need to bid the sunshine goodbye with an over-the-top nautical party. It also may have had something to do with my obsession with bejeweled life-size […]

12 responses on “SAY ‘BON VOYAGE’ TO SUMMER WITH AN OVERBOARD NAUTICAL PARTY

  1. kate Zucconi

    I love the overboard (no pun intended)!! theme of this party x
    Those bejewelled lobsters are so cute and the nautical flags do make a great graphic on the invites!
    It looks like fun! I hope there were no men overboard!!

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  3. Alycia Nichols

    I am old enough to remember “Overboard” and many of its predecessors!!! That was a greatly fun movie, and yes…I can totally imagine Goldie’s character dining in this fashion aboard her yacht! Heck…I can see ME dining aboard my imaginary yacht!!! :-)

    I really like the mix of colors and textures on this table, as well as the “bling” that abounds!!! My kind of table!!! That anchor is perfect, too, as a part of the centerpiece! The invitations are top notch, bar none!!! And the fanciful straws just take the cake. If you’re gonna do it, DO IT…right??!??!

    VERY cool! The ultimate in posh nautical!

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