Here is the first installment for Holiday Hosting at Home blog hop! There are a handful of ladies that I’ve met that love to do the same things I do when it comes to hosting and entertaining. When we all spoke on the phone for the first time about teaming up to share our ideas, we all felt like we were speaking the same language! I think I may have found my soulmates! With that being said, I am so excited to introduce our new blog hop, Holiday Hosting at Home – Fall Home Decor and Tablescapes.
Home with Holliday
For her coffee table, Holliday used branches from her chokecherry tree and some pinecones. I am a big fan of using things you can find in your own yard or outdoor surroundings. The candles, velvet pumpkins, and the faux fur piece bring texture and color to the space. Holliday is so great at using different textures to make it interesting and unique. Using items from your own yard is creative and cost effective! To get more details click the link below.
To Have + To Host
Now meet Lory! She is the creator of To Have to Host. She is also the owner of too many napkins! We figured out that we had that in common! Lory has an amazing sense of style and uses bright and beautiful color combinations to create the perfect supper table.
Here Lory created a harvest themed outdoor tablescape using traditional autumn decor. She used pumpkins, leaves, and fresh florals with jewel tones. The colors are spectacular! The dinnerware she chose is so pretty and pairs well with the other colors. I love how she brought the party outdoors!
Here Lory used fresh produce and flowers to enhance her tablescape. She chose produce that had similar colors and in season. The different greens and pretty shades of purple are perfect together. Lory does a wonderful job showing you how to integrate fall produce into your table decor. To read more click here:
Home With Holly J
I created this Summer to Fall Transitional Tablescape with neutral colors that work well for both seasons. This could also be used into the winter months. The sage green and white dishes are complimented by the natural wood tones in the table and placemats. The gingham napkins add a more casual look. I hope you enjoy this beautiful table! There is also an outdoor table in the same colors scheme if you click here:
I had the opportunity to collaborate with some other talented ladies to create this outdoor tablescape. We used fresh flowers from my friend Amy Brown’s farm (Laughing Goat Flower Farm) and I cooked some amazing food from her garden. My friend Tammy Meyers (First and Bloom) created the beautiful flowers to go with my french bistro themed tablescape. We used white flowers from Amy’s flower farm to create the centerpiece and the photos were all taken by the talented Missy Palacol. We had an amazing time enjoying this beautiful table and enjoying one another’s company. You can read more about this amazing collaboration here:
Thanks for visiting our first blog hop for Holiday Hosting at Home. The holidays are approaching, and we are very excited about sharing more tablescapes, entertaining, and decor ideas for you in the coming months. Please let us know if there is anything you are interested in seeing from us as we approach Thanksgiving and Christmas!
HOLIDAY HOSTING AT HOME