Let’s face it, we’re all so busy that it’s hard to take on decorating for another special occasion that lasts for only one day. And if you’re like me, you don’t want to fill your home with a bunch of tackyand cheap items, especially if people are coming to your home for the first time. I say add some game day decor that compliments what you already have going on in your home. And it doesn’t have to be that hard or time consuming! Here are some quick decorating tips to help make your Super Bowl party a bit more fun and classy at the same time…
As discussed this week on the Pete and Brenda lifestyle talk radio show. Last week we talked about dressing up your dining room for the holidays, and this week as we are getting closer to Thanksgiving, we discuss dressing up your table.
Previously I blogged about the creative process for designing my niece’s wedding table center pieces. This blog contains the pictures of the actual table center pieces that resulted after incorporating her ideal “wants” list.
My niece, who is getting married this summer, asked for my help with the center pieces for her wedding. This blog includes an example of a process for designing any centerpiece whether it’s for your home or a larger event, and also some money saving ideas, which are especially important if you have several tables to decorate.