One of the most important things to us during our wedding planning adventure was to try to plan an amazing, fun, personal wedding without creating a ton of unnecessary waste. That goal extended to everything from food and drinks to wedding party gifts and reception decor. For dinner, I knew I wanted to serve it family-style with people sharing big plates of food, so there was going to be very little real estate to work with when it came to table decor. But, I also knew I wanted the dining room to feel special and to flow with the rest of our rustic, vintage summer-garden styled decor.
After many months of scouring Pinterest boards, I came up with our potted herb centerpieces. We planted a mix of herbs that smelled amazing, looked beautiful and doubled as favors for special guests to take home! Twenty center-pieces ended up costing us around $150 and the best part? No waste!
Imagine holding a cupcake. A delicious, chocolate cupcake. With no frosting.
To me, herbs are the frosting of the garden. The vegetables we grow are delicious and satisfying on their own, but throw some fresh herbs on top and BAM! Next level shit right there.
Hi! I'm Erin.
I'm a working mama, wife, writer and owner of a little red house. I'm trying to sort through the noise and live a life that is genuine, happy and grounded in simplicity.