Tonight is the first night (and seder aka. the dinner) of the Jewish holiday Passover. This week I'm feeling (and dreaming) of beautiful tables, entertaining, and food that does not include basically any type of wheat. Passover brings family together for a big (and long) meal where you are supposed to feel relaxed. This has inspired some of my WEEK 15 FEELS:
What I’m Pinning - Visual Inspiration:
Terrific Tables. If I were hosting a Passover seder (but I’m not)… this is some of my table inspiration. Passover you're supposed to be comfortable so I’m especially feeling the pillows on the floor vibe. I also always like a more casual (rather than formal) table.
I Made It:
This chocolate covered Matzah is from last year. I haven’t had a chance to make this year’s batch but I have a lot of new and fun toppings I am going to use. I individually wrap these guys and attach a name tag and use them as place cards (and take-aways/dessert!) It’s becoming a bit of a tradition.
I'm definitely going to be making this Passover Matzah granola this week.
Recipe by Leah Koenig for Williams Sonoma and can be found on their website.
Who you should be following:
@casadeperrin - a Los Angeles based luxury tabletop curation and design brand. They do event rentals and have a shop and the ship worldwide!! These guys have grown tremendously since I have began following them. Casa de Perrin is really a tables dream come true.
What's On My Coffee Table:
STYLED by Emily Henderson is on my coffee table this week. This book was gifted to me from one of my besties - Steph who knows me too well. Emily began her career as a prop stylist (like me!). She has amazing tricks and tips for making your home and photos look on point You can spend forever staring at each page because the details are so dreamt! Emily Henderson = some serious styling #GOALS! #rmreads