Al fresco dining???…..our weather has been hot! hot! hot! or rain! rain! rain!…
But I wouldn’t trade it for anywhere else.
I love living in the Cape in SW Florida.
And I love it when the Captain and I manage to get away to one of the nearby islands as we did a couple weeks ago.
I am sure everyone is getting back to normal, whatever normal is… after the busy Father’s Day week end.
And we know if it is Monday, it is Celebrate Your Story.
We had so many wonderful posts to look at and I have chosen three.
The first in no particular order is from Pam at Everyday Living.
Pam has such wonderful gardens and her tablescapes are amazing.
I love al fresco and Pam shows us 8 Summer al fresco tablescapes.
Don’t you love eating outside?
The second one is from the mother and daughter duo of Beverly and Gloria of Across the Boulevard.
Doesn’t the watermelon theme make you think of Summer?
And they used dollar store items… painting them to look like watermelons.
Now, how cute is that?
The third choice is from Marsha at the little yellow cornerstore and she shows us her herbed tablescape.
I love how the sunlight filters over her natural table of wonderful herbs and tableware.
Aren’t the ducks cute?
And finally, the post with the most clicks was from Jenna at My Painted Apron.
We all love a quiet, small beach town and Jenna makes us want to jump in the car and visit right away.
If you look close, you will see several DIY’s, including shell flatware.
The colors are amazing, soft blues are so nautical looking.
So there you have it my friends….thanks to all of you who joined our Celebrate Your Story Link Party.
Remember, we would love to have you link your favorite posts.
If you would like to join the three of us as a host, please drop me an email at Me and My Captain.
If you would like to be featured at our link party, it is so easy to do…just follow the directions below.
Please check out Chloe at Celebrate & Decorate and Benita at Chasing Quaintness for their three favorites from last week’s link party.
CELEBRATE YOUR STORY GUIDELINES:
○ A link back to us is NOT mandatory.
○ You can link up 3 posts: Home decor, Tablescapes, Gardening, Recipes and more!
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Where are my manners.? ThNk you so much for hosting!
Why thank ya ma’am! Always our pleasure.
Love Al Fresco dining! These are exceptional choices and my friends Pam and Jenna are both featured! I always enjoy seeing them!
Al Fresco dining has been hard to do because of all the rain here in the Midwest. Farmers can’t even get their fields in.
Aren’t they the best? I luv both of them and love the inspiration they give to the link party. thanks for stopping by Nancy. hugs
Thanks so much for the party, Kari! Hope to see you at Tuesday Turn About tomorrow! Trying to catch up after being sick!
i hope you get better soon Julie….I will definitely see you on Tuesday!
Everyday Living says
Thank you my friend for hosting each week and a special thanks for featuring my 8 Summer Alfresco Tablescapes. Have a wonderful week!
My pleasure Pam….you set the most amazing tables and using the backdrop of your beautiful gardens and wonderful photography…. make your posts stand out.
Everyday Living says
Thank you fo4 your kindness my friend❤️
Debbie- Dabble says
Thanks so much for hosting each week!!
the Painted Apron says
Thank you Kari, and I am thrilled to be the most clicked last week! Everyone is ready for a relaxing beach trip I think! Summer is here!
Rita C. says
What a fun lineup of tables! The Dollar Tree never disappoints me, although Mr. P. read an article that they were soon having to raise prices and sell above $1! Love Marsha’s table of herbs too.
Sharing my new condo home with y’all, and we’re lovin’ it more each lower-maintenance day. 😉
Thanks for co-hosting the party, Kari.
Sandra @ Dinner at Eight says
Thanks for hosting, Kari. Al fresco tablescapes always look so inviting!