Father’s Day is a great excuse to jump-start your summer fun! Why not host a cookout in his honor after a day of golf or miniature golf for all ages. My father loves the color blue but you can use any colors to decorate your tablescape. To get the whimsical look in the above flower arrangement gather blue and green hydrangeas, a round glass vase and wiffle balls. … Read more
Mother’s Day was established by Anna Marie Jarvis, following the death of her mother Ann Jarvis, to honor mothers and motherhood. Congress officially designated the second Sunday of May as a holiday in 1914. Today, the occasion is celebrated in more than 150 countries.
Celebrate your mother this year with personal touches such as a simple but colorful flower arrangement, a homemade brunch, a beautiful luncheon, or dinner on the patio. … Read more
Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican army’s unlikely victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. While it is a regional holiday in Mexico, it is a festive holiday in the States where family and friends come together with colorful and flavorful food, music, and dancing. One of my favorite dishes is Rib-eye Fajitas on the Grill with chips and salsa and a good margarita. … Read more
Hop on Over for an egg decorating party and turn your Easter dinner table into an elegant but inexpensive tablescape. It’s a great opportunity to put your creative skills to the test and use fun, bright colors and items around your house. Our tablescape costs less than $100 and items can be found at Target, Michael’s, and your local grocery store. … Read more