How To Organize Your Closet – (Easy & Budget Friendly)

vintage closet doors with windo panes and bundles of lavender hanging on door for decoration

Last week, I finally took a day to organize my closet. It was in desperate need, and I just kept putting it off. Today, I want to share how to organize your closet – (easy & budget friendly)!!

First of all, you might be wondering what these doors have to do with closet organization. These are actually the doors to my closet. I purchased these antique doors at Round Top Antiques Show several years ago when we were building the farmhouse. Supposedly, they are from a church in Mexico, and I love the vintage feel they add to my bathroom.

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The Most Beautiful Boho Wedding Reception

farmtable for head wedding table with a "runner " of potted cactus and brass candlesticks

On Tuesday, I shared photos and details from my daughter’s boho style wedding ceremony. Today, I want to share the most beautiful boho wedding reception.

And yes, I am totally biased since it was my daughter’s wedding! But I think it turned out so unique and fit the bride and groom perfectly.

And that’s really the goal right?? The wedding should be all about them!

Food, favors, and decor all reflected things they love and it turned out perfect!

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The Most Beautiful Boho Wedding Ceremony

bride and groom first look photos

A couple of weeks ago I posted a photo on Instagram of the head table at my daughter’s wedding. I had several questions and comments about it and it occurred to me I have never done a blog post about her wedding. So, I want to share the most beautiful boho wedding ceremony with you.


Of course, I am a bit biased, but follow along, and see what you think.

And on Thursday, I will be sharing the photos and details of the boho wedding reception. You don’t want to miss that!!

head table at a boho style wedding reception. cactus in clay pots create a runner down the center of a farm table, and vintage candlesticks are randomly placed along the pots
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How to Create a Fall Tablescape

fall tablescape with amber glasses, plaid napkins tied in a knot, white dinner plates, dried leaves on top of plates and fall florals in a large amber vase in center of table

I recently hosted a retirement party for a close friend. Since we have been having beautiful fall weather here, I thought it would be perfect to dine outside. I went with a fall theme and used lots of things I had on hand and want to share with you how to create a fall tablescape that is easy yet beautiful.

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