Knot placecard holders, set of eight
I wanted to make a placecard holder that would be super versatile and work with all of our new napkin rings. These holders can also be used as a standalone piece – they are of a scale that doesn't dominate but does add a noticeable, thoughtful detail!
So where you need to mark a place at a bridal brunch, baby shower, or wedding these are just perfect! The knot was an obvious but classic motif, and in this case, the most wonderful shape for a placecard holder!
This event collection has been in the works in my mind for so long and during 2020 I finally had time to bring it to life! I really hope you love these.
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NOT SO TRADITIONAL HOME
We were thrilled when the editors of Traditional Home popped in for lunch at my home in Connecticut, Foxglove Meadow. This quote from the article sums up why I do what I do!
“It’s been such a joy to have a garden. There’s something about connecting with the changing seasons and the natural elements in life. I get so much pleasure from watching tiny seeds grow into something beautiful. It’s a similar process when I imagine my tabletop accessories and then am able to put them to use when I entertain. It is such a great metaphor for life. There’s always something new, and tomorrow is another day. It never gets old.”