Last month, I turned 41. Turning 41 is kind of…meh? I mean, it’s no 40 with the expectation to go all out ie: our girl’s trip to France (still need to blog about it! gah!). BUT, this year I decided to throw a small party for myself with my closest friends because that’s what happens when you have a birthday when you’re a grown up–you do it yourself! Spoonflower teamed up with East Fork – another North Carolina based company who creates beautiful pottery – to design all of the details. Let me share the 70s vibe birthday brunch table setting I put together for it–I love how it turned out!
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Spoonflower + East Fork
Spoonflower held a fabric design competition earlier this year with East Fork’s limited edition of pink (Piglet) and yellow (Butter) pottery, which are so so pretty. Paired with the more neutral browns of the natural pottery, it’s my favorite way to do color. I used Magdorama’s Edible Flowers pattern in sepia as the base for the theme. The 70s feel is so cool!