Have you made any plans for Mother’s Day yet? Well, if you’re looking for some ideas, you’ve come to the right place. Today, I’m joining a talented group of bloggers for a “Mother’s Day in the Garden” Mini Blog Hop. We’re sharing all kinds of Mother’s Day ideas and decor so I’m sure you’ll find something that inspires you. For my contribution, I’m taking you out to the patio for some Mother’s Day table setting decor! Come join me!
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Before we begin, I want to thank my sweet friend, Cecelia from My Thrift Store Addiction for hosting this hop today. For the first stop on the tour, she’s sharing Mother’s Day gifts from the garden. Please be sure to stop by her lovely blog to say hello. Also, please visit the bloggers listed at the end of this post for even more Mother’s Day ideas!
If you are just arriving from Shiplap and Shells, – Welcome! I’m sure you were blown away by Kim’s gorgeous cottage garden! Seriously, her whole yard belongs in a magazine…actually, it has been featured in a magazine! If you haven’t visited her blog yet, make sure you do!
Now, let’s head outdoors to see my Mother’s Day Table Setting Decor…
Here in New Jersey, the spring weather has arrived! The sun is shining, the trees are blooming and the grass is green! With this lovely weather, I just had to set a table outside for Mother’s Day! Now, my mom can spend the day with us and not have to worry.
By the time that Sunday arrives, my flower gardens should be blooming and will provide the perfect background for my festive Mother’s Day table decor!
When the weather cooperates, we like to spend as much time as possible out on the patio. Since we can’t travel yet, we try to make our outdoor living areas feel like a vacation. While you’re here, be sure to read my tips to create a backyard staycation!
Mother’s Day Table Setting Decor with an Island Vibe:
For this year’s Mother’s Day table, I brought a little British Colonial style out to the patio. From the blue and white porcelain, to the cane and seagrass pieces, I tried to create of feeling of being on vacation. Plus, we just opened our pool so that helped set the scene!
Thanks for stopping by to see how I decorated my Mother’s Day table setting.
Hopefully, I gave you some ideas to use when you’re entertaining outdoors!
Shop the look for your Mother’s Day table:
As I mentioned, please visit the rest of the participants of the “Mother’s Day in the Garden” Mini Blog Hop from the list below…
How will you be celebrating Mother’s Day this year?
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