If you’ve been driving around lately and wondering, ‘What are those beautiful pink blooms bursting from yard after yard?’ the answer to your question is this: Sasanguas. These flowers are in full swing this season! Realizing that I had missed out on this trend, I borrowed a few from my neighbor for the sake of this Sunday’s Table.
If your neighbors are as generous as mine are with their garden, snag some Sasanguas of your own and make this super easy centerpiece.
1. Fill a casserole dish with water
2. Snip blooms, leaving a 2″ stem
3. Arrange the blooms in the water
What did I tell you? It’s just that easy, and beautiful too! These kinds of centerpieces are my absolute favorite. It just goes to show that all you really need in order to make a beautiful centerpiece are beautiful blooms.
The month of November is all about giving thanks and I most definitely have a lot to be thankful for. Today I find myself overwhelmed with gratitude for the opportunity to be a guest blogger on Interior Canvas. Anna Kristen and Cameron, the remarkable ladies behind this blog, are fellow design enthusiasts. Their love for interior design is simply contagious!
They enlisted my help and asked that I show them how to create the perfect Thanksgiving centerpiece. I was beyond flattered and more than happy to show them a few of my tricks. Arranging this centerpiece definitely put me in the Thanksgiving spirit and I couldn’t be more excited to share it and my gratitude with all of you.
To see how I put together this fun, fall-inspired centerpiece, check out the full post here and be sure to follow Anna Kristen and Cameron’s blog for even more tips on how to decorate your very own interior canvas.