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A Pretty New England Thanksgiving

Good Monday morning and happy Thanksgiving week! We have a whole week of holiday inspiration, recipes, crafts, printables and more lined up to keep you inspired while you’re enjoying a bit of down time and starting your holiday shopping. To kick things off, a most beautiful Thanksgiving inspiration shoot from the incredibly sweet Liz of Paper Posy Designs. Shot at a New Hampshire orchard, Liz (who makes stunning handcrafted paper and fabric flowers) drew inspiration from a color palette based on a gorgeous shade of raspberry to set the tone. I love the distressed wood chargers, the floral arrangements overflowing with berries and Liz’s pretty handmade flowers marching down the middle of the table. A bit of burlap, hay bales for seating and loads of pretty textiles make this the perfect inspiration.

Vendors –
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

*Gus & Ruby Letterpress is a beloved sponsor of The Sweetest Occasion.

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Wednesday 14th of November 2012

This is amazing! GORGEOUS.

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