1. Thanksgiving Kids Table with Skip Hop


    I have shared so many beautiful ideas for my Thanksgiving table over the last few weeks, but I left out the most fun table of all… my kids table!! Anytime we have a family dinner party, we always set up a little table alongside the adults for the little ones to dine at. While I prep my table, my kids work alongside me decorating their own; they can’t wait to choose their plates, silverware, and even demand flowers! So I was so excited to partner with Skip Hop, my go-to for kids plates, cups and silverware, to create their Holiday table, especially with…

  2. Host Thanksgiving Dinner


    As a follow up to my garland and candle centerpiece post {see the DIY instructions here}, I wanted to share my full dining room display for Thanksgiving, which includes a beautiful buffet complete with turkey decor, wreaths, and white pumpkins. Things I am loving about this table… 1. The magnolia wreath that I suspended over the mirror, which I think is the most gorgeous place of all because of the reflection. This gold magnolia leaf wreath is from Grandin Road, which has been my go-to destination for wreaths this Fall/Winter. 2. The calligraphy candles at the front of the table, which really…

  3. Dinner Party Spotlight: Amelia Styles

    I am so excited to share a little change of pace on the blog today with one of the chicest Thanksgiving tablesettings I have seen this season. The creator of this classic meets cool display is the newest FH Dinner Party Series guest, Southern Fashionista, Amelia of Amelia Styles. This Nashville blogger loves to share edgy looks when it comes to fashion, and it transferred seamlessly to the table. Read on to learn more about Amelia, be inspired by this autumnal table right in time for the Holidays, and of course, shop similar finds at the bottom of the post! Q & A: FH: Tell…

  4. Thanksgiving Gifts for the Whole Family


    Next Tuesday we head to Nashville to spend Thanksgiving with family. I have been brainstorming gifts for my mother-in-law who hosts us at her house, my husband’s grandmother who has been slaving away for weeks creating the beautiful feast, and a few little things for my sister-in-laws, because I don’t see them too often and I know they would be thrilled with a little something. Things I am loving to gift this year include glassware with calligraphy or monograms, like Williams-Sonoma’s gold double old-fashioned glasses or any stemless wine glasses with calligraphy, mini sets of candles… from Diptyque to Jo Malone, you can’t go…

  5. Holiday Brunch with Chinet


    I’ve partnered with Huhtamaki Inc. for the Chinet® brand to create this post! Enjoy! In just a few short weeks we will all be gathering with loved ones to begin celebrating the holidays. Of course we’re all busy planning for the main events… big turkey dinners and fancy cocktail parties, but how about all those meals in between? In our family, while we love the main events, we also love the more casual ones where we get together over a hearty brunch. Casual in attire does not mean causal in display of course. Brunch means whipping up a beautiful buffet with…

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