This week we had the privilege of hosting our son’s upsherin B”h . When I asked my son what he wanted by his party he said “cars” and so the planning began!Continue reading “Vintage Car Birthday”
Miriam and I were classmates and have remained friends ever since. At our recent High School reunion, hosted in Miriam’s store, she mentioned how clear my phone pictures were… I told her if she makes the food I’ll take the pictures and that’s how this photoshoot came to be.Continue reading “The Cookie Corner Shavous Table”
Tu B’shvat is the New Year for the trees. It’s a day that usually passes me by with nary a glance at the fabulous dried fruit displayed at the grocery.
One of my employees was discussing how her mother always cooks a special meal in honor of the day and invites all the married siblings.Continue reading “Tu B’shvat: A Fruity Feast”
My son’s police-themed party came out adorable and took minimal effort.
All the tableware and police-themed decor came in one party pack and we only needed to add a few items from the dollar store to take it up a notch.Continue reading “Police-Themed Birthday!”
Plastic is not the same as it used to be… it’s gotten so much better! I purchased this disposable dinnerware set for my sukkah and it came complete with matching flatware. The acrylic tumblers are lightweight and beautiful and I can’t wait to use them throughout the year.
Continue reading “Unapologetically Plastic”
The vases are on the smaller size but I love the colored floating glass illusion! I went with feathers as a no-fuss alternative to flowers. This year my sukkah tablescape is effortless without compromising on style!
For this year’s table we went with a vintage orchard theme. Apples symbolize the sweetness we wish for in the coming year. After the past year which was marred by the Novel Coronavirus, there is nothing we need more than an abundance of sweetness.
May Hashem grant all of us with a “happy sweet new year!“Continue reading “Celebrating the new year with an old vibe”
By Vera Newman @marblespoon
Making Pesach for the first time can be overwhelming and intimidating. This year, many people are making Pesach for the first time, from newly married couples to couples that have been married for 25 years…
We have 2 weeks until Pesach comes and if we get organized and start tackling it step by step, room by room and you break down the process this is really doable and approachable. Start by making a timeline. If you already started cleaning, good for you, if you are a last-minute type of person like me, start now.Continue reading “Is this your first time making Pesach? Keep reading…”
This tablescape has a dreamy and ethereal feel giving off a sense of calm.
Not sure how calm Purim day will be for any of us but I’d definitely welcome a dose of it!
Continue reading “A Dreamy Purim”
Still coming to terms that my lil guy is getting bigger but his Yalmurka and tzizis are kind of forcing me to face it. This past Sunday my son had an upsherin and firemen was the theme so of course we went all out and painted the town red!
Are you overwhelmed with the idea of hosting your first event? Well I’m here to help as it’s one of my favorite things to do. Let me help guide you through the planning stages and give you tips for the day of!
With May being the only month they sell my favorite flowers (peonies) and Shavuos coming I figured a post was in order!
The DIY bouquets are really simple and you can go with real or faux, the same instructions apply for both!