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A PATRIOT’S PARTY FOR THE 4TH OF JULY!

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Between World Cup celebrations and our Independence Day on Friday I think it’s safe to say that we’re all feeling a little extra patriotic around here this week! Last year I was spending the 4th with some amazing new friends on the Jersey shore. While it’s going to be hard to top that one, I […]

7 responses on “A PATRIOT’S PARTY FOR THE 4TH OF JULY!

  1. Ashley Minck

    Lovely choices! I am going with a rustic 4th of july decor this year. I’m thinking burnt reds, hints of navy, and lots of crisp whites accompanies by wood and galvanized metal. The drink dispenser and plate you shared are perfect!

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  2. Stacia

    You chose such cute items! I really need more red, white + blue decor for parties, too, but our apt just doesn’t have room right now.

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QUEEN OF HEARTS :: VALENTINE’S DAY TABLETOP

Well, it’s officially February, officially still very much winter, and the holiday that (some of us) love to hate if officially almost here: Valentine’s Day. I’ve always struggled with this day because, while the idea of it is so lovely, the reality of it is a bit obnoxious. Overpriced flowers and restaurants, and the pressures […]

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  1. Sage

    Love the flasks with “drink me” etched on – but the whole party is fabulously whimsical and yet a good idea for a cute grown-up party as well. Love this!

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  2. mikky

    You are so crazy talented. Loved your Halloween table, now this one WOW!
    When is someone going to snatch you up to write a book on table decor?!?

    Gorgeous job,
    mikky
    wwww.todaloos.com

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LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAY TRIMMINGS!

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I don’t know about you, but I’ve been so busy this holiday season that I’ve barely had time to decorate my home! The only tell-tale signs of Christmas’ fast approach is a tiny little tinsel tree and a tub of wrapping paper waiting for gifts. Last year’s quick solution to adding some extra holiday cheer […]

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  1. Emma

    I always enjoy seeing what people do with their chandeliers (yours is beautiful, by the way) for the holidays. Along with ornaments, ribbons, tinsel, etc., I’ve definitely seen small arrangements of greenery adorning a chandelier this time of year, so you can definitely make it work on your fixture too!

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  2. Sarah Barah

    Cassandra, that was so lovely! You made it look so easy yet so elegant. The easiest holiday decoration for me is our Christmas tree. Bought a live one this year from Home Depot.

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  3. Leah

    I have greenery in my chandelier with pheasant feathers mingled throughout and it looks very “Ralph Lauren” :) I love the simplicity of the ribbons with bells on the blue chandelier–that’s just gorgeous!

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MARBLEIZED CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT DIY

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This year, to top off our fabulous office Christmas tree, we wanted to make some of our own ornaments. Store bought is a great way to fill a tree, of course, but adding that dose of handmade makes such a difference! Our theme? Marbleized! This first DIY is brought to you by Balsam Hill – […]

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A CELESTIAL HOLIDAY TABLE

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It being our first Christmas in the office, I wanted to do something really special for my friends and co-workers to celebrate. So, when the ladies at Rue asked us to shoot our office for their holiday issue, I knew I wanted to put together a magical little table to go with it… Featured on […]

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  1. Courtney

    THIS. is gorgeous, not only for Christmas, but I’m also envisioning a holiday/winter wedding tabletop. Happy Holidays!

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  2. Nicole

    It all came together so beautifully. And the florals look so amazing! You definitely killed it :)
    Thanks for having me be a part of it!

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  3. Perch Furniture

    We absolutely love this table setting. The color palette and those plates are so festive! Love the simple layer effect of the white textured objects. And those burgundy velvet chairs are stunning!

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  4. Sarah

    Hello- I love the design and especially the shirt you are wearing- any chance you can share the brand of the shirt?

    Thank you!

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