Sundays are my favorite. I sit on my corner spot on the sofa, bundled up in blankets (though it’s a breezy 78 outside), and I scroll through pages and pages of inspiration. Pinterest and blogs are my go-to sources, but I find inspiration everywhere … and the more time I devote to this thing called blogging, the more I find images, stories, and ideas I love.
This Sunday, while clicking through story after story I stumbled upon this gem of a post, A Pretty New England Thanksgiving, and had an “oh my” moment. There they were – square wood pallet chargers. Chargers hold a special place in my heart – my mom, sister, and I spent countless hours hand-covering second-hand chargers with batik fabrics (more on that later) and mod podge. The pallet chargers add a rustic touch and make a stunning tablescape. This is love.
Wood Pallet Charges Found Via The Sweetest Occasion // Event design + styling: Paper Posy Designs / Photography: Mark Davidson / Floral design: Betsy Scott of The Flower Kiosk / Stationery: Gus & Ruby Letterpress / Dishes + glassware: Nahcotta / Venue: Mack’s Apples Orchards in Londonderry, New Hampshire