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  1. Lovely table…the hydrangeas and roses are perfect together.

  2. Very different and creative Lory, it looks like a private table set at the White House, the gold chargers are brilliant! Love the stars and stripes pillows too~

  3. Very elegant and intimate! Wishing you a peaceful and happy holiday.

  4. Cute setting and don’t you just love that star pillow. I love the textured stars. Thanks for coming by and I would love to have you join wow us Wednesdays, too.

  5. Your brunch table setting is perfect and beautiful! I love the combination of hydrangeas and roses.
    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog for a visit.
    Mary Alice

  6. OMG, this is gorgeous! What a lovely idea!! Enjoy and Happy 4th!

  7. I would love to have brunch at that sweet table and I have always thougt the villeroy and boch cottage dinnerware is charming . . . especially topped with that yummy tart!

  8. Love the patriotic brunch setting. Everything looks lovely.

  9. Your fireside for the fouth is fabulously styled, Lory! The patriotic hued textures, prints, colours and shapes blend so brilliantly together to create a delightful and dramatic setting. Hope you had a wonderful celebration!


  10. Just beautiful Lory – ALL of it – love the bottle and candles ( red white and blue )
    Hope you had a wonderful July 4th weekend !
    Hugs from Montreal

  11. I am so glad that you stopped by my blog and left a comment. I have never seen your blog before, but I am loving it!

    Thanks for visiting, and I am adding you to my list of favorites.

    1. Thank you so much! Yes, I just started my blog a few weeks ago, so thanks for the support… 🙂 I’m just getting the hang of how and where to subscribe to everyone, but I’m having great fun!

  12. Love the intimate Fourth of July tablescape you created! What a great idea. The accents you used really express the feel of the holiday!
    LuAnn 😉

  13. You made red, white, and blue look elegant. This is a stunning setting, and I love the use of the scarf for the table topper. laurie

  14. Lori, I love everything about this tablescape! The way the stripes and stars play with the patterns in your tablecloth are striking, but elegant, yet cozy and intimate. Did I find enough adjectives to describe how I see this space? 😉

    Now that I’m aware of a Constitution Day, I think a big “shindig” would be a lot of fun. There are so many ways to host a fun party. I do love a good themed party with costumes. I know not everyone is terribly thrilled about the idea of dressing up but how fun would it be to have a period style Constitution party? It could be an elegant semi-formal affair or even a casual outdoor shindig complete with games of the time.

    I wonder if any bloggers would be interested in doing a blog post with a tour? It would definitely be something new.

    Thank you for sharing your post with me. 🙂 Everything is beautiful!


  15. Everything is quite fabulous here. I especially like the floral arrangment. The soft colors of the hydrangeas mixed with the patriotic colors are wonderful and thos straws really made a great accent. You really have a wonderful decorating touch!