Simon Pearce $500 Giveaway


Host a Sunday Brunch and Simon Pearce Giveaway by Fashionable HostessSimon Pearce Glass Bowl on Fashionable Hostess

Most people save their dining room for their fanciest dinner parties but ever since our dining room was completed a few weeks ago I couldn’t wait to put it to use, starting with the most important meal of the day, breakfast! My husband is always headed out for breakfast meetings and spends a great deal of time hunting for quiet and private restaurants. So I suggested since the kids were at school anyways, why not have a few meetings at our house and I could set up a spread. My goal: to create a table display that was elegant but not too over the top. My husband specifically said no flowers {and you can imagine what my expression was when he said that!}!

To bring this table to life I partnered with the stunning glassware company Simon Pearce. I love that their pieces can work for everyday dining or can be dressed up for a special occasion. If you aren’t familiar with Simon Pearce, it is the largest maker of handcrafted, American-made glassware. It is unique in its history as a truly American brand, yet still practicing the same principles and age-old techniques brought over from Europe by Simon Pearce, a master glassblower who comes from generations of artisans before him. It is sold on SimonPearce.com, at many of their North East stores, as well as Bloomingdales}. And best of all, today I am hosting a $500 Simon Pearce giveaway… read on for details!

Studded Dining Chairs in the Chateau FH Dining Room by Fashionable HostesBowl of Green Apple Centerpiece on Fashionable HostessFresh Lemon Water and Bowl of Apples in Simon Pearce Glass Bowl by Fashionable Hostess
To bring this table to life I chose a simple and sophisticated color story, an array of neutrals, blues, and classic glass. I used Simon Pearce Woodbury Bowls for personal yogurt parfaits at each guests seat with a garnish of blueberries, blackberries, and mint. Then for drinks I served water with fresh lemon slices in Simon Pearce Hartland White Wine Glasses {this is a trick I love – serving water in wine glasses or champagne flutes for lunch of breakfast!}. Then for my centerpiece since I was told no flowers, I filled a Simon Pearce Cavendish Bowl full of green apples. I filled a Simon Pearce Addison Pitcher with fresh lemon water and made the focal point of my table a heaping pile of waffles. The finishing touch was a copy of the Tennessean, the local newspaper, folded at each seat! Guests were over the moon and my husband was thrilled to not leave the house!
Plain Yogurt Parfait Recipe by Fashionable Hostesswhole wheat waffles on Fashionable HostessHost a Brunch Party by Fashionable Hostess
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  1. Gorgeous. Who doesn’t love SP. You might want to head 20 minutes south to downtown Franklin and check out The Registry on Main Street. Those women have it all. LOTS of Simon Pierce and and and. Their displays are to die for and their gift wrapping/packaging is impeccable. Worth a fun little trip out of your zip

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