Calling all free spirits! Bohemian decor is back and about to take my tablescapes by storm. Bohemian decor is known for its rich colored hues and care-free style. So get your Alexa to play some Queen and rock out with these beautiful Bohemian must-haves:
Can’t get enough of the BoHo look? Me either. I got your back with even more options:
This dreary January weather has me dreaming of the warm, sunny days to come. I just moved into a new house and can’t wait to host parties in my backyard. These are some of my top picks right now for creating your own outdoor oasis:
I also have my eye on these goodies:
Now let’s just pray that the ground hog doesn’t see his shadow next week, because these items have me *READY* for Spring!!
There are so many reasons to love celebrating Cinco de Mayo. #1 Mexican food, #2 festive decor, #3 margaritas #4 QUESO … ok, queso can technically fall under #1, but it obviously deserves a solo shout out.
Every year Cinco de Mayo decor gets cuter and it was incredibly difficult to put together this round up… *Sooo* I decided I’d include a few more options in my post than I was able to squeeze in my round up.
These indoor/outdoor margarita glasses come in 4 colors (blue, pink, orange and clear) and are *on sale* for only $10 for a set of 4!!! You can also buy matching acrylic pitchers, little goblet glasses and tumblers in any of the 4 colors.
Also *extremely* obsessed with these cactus margarita glasses. There are a good amount of cactus margarita glasses on the market right now, but this is by far the cutest one. The others I’ve seen can look a little cheap or the cactus stem isn’t as nicely pronounced as this one. These are also *on sale* right now – $6/each!
These stoneware plates are really cool and I would use these year-round … probably because I live in Texas, but perhaps not? Either way, I love the simplicity of the cactus design. I might go ahead and buy these as a gift for my mom to keep at the ranch for family dinners. The only downside is that hand washing them is recommended for care. Womp womp….
You can’t go wrong with the classic fringe/tassel garlands that are all the craze these days, but it’s nice to mix it up sometimes. This Pom-Pom garland and chandelier are a chic way to incorporate the classic Cinco de Mayo festive colors, while not using the plastic garland you’ll most likely end up throwing away. (Oh, and does anyone else see the potential to also use these in a baby’s nursery or play room? )
You may recognize these from my Napkin Ring Round Up. I think these napkin rings are ideal for any party all Spring and Summer long… whether that be fiesta-themed, just a Summer gathering, a birthday party or a baby shower/gender reveal party.
If you’re planning on having a backyard fiesta, these luminary bags are the ideal decoration. Add a little candle and place them around your tables or use them to line the path to the table from your house. At night they will look really romantic and have the perfect amount of glimmer from the candlelight (real or battery powered).
The Del Sol patterned chip and dip bowl is gorgeous and makes me think of something Catherine Zeta Jones in Zorro would have at a party. (Just me? Cool.) The super modern, yellow ombre and gold-rimmed bowl is the epitome of cool. It’s not exactly on-theme, but if you own something that cool you’d probably want to bring it out for every occasion right?!