Bloggers We Love

When you visit the home of Doreen from Hymns & Verses for the holidays you won’t miss her love for bringing natural textures from the outdoors in. It shouldn’t be a surprise as her love for decorating with natural elements is a constant inspiration on her blog throughout the year. 

For Thanksgiving, she combines elements from the farmland she’s surrounded by with store-bought basics to create inviting tablescapes and hearthscapes that are just as unique as they are classic. She does this with a tasteful eye and a goal of keeping things simple while enjoying the important things in life — time well spent with friends and family. This makes her one of the Bloggers We Love!

Get outside for a little foraging to recreate this lovely Thanksgiving Centerpiece for a relaxed, natural look that's sure to make your guest feel welcome.

Get outside for a little foraging to recreate this lovely Thanksgiving Centerpiece for a relaxed, natural look that's sure to make your guest feel welcome.

We’re loving this whimsical wheat wreath! The unique shape is created by making a wheat “rope” — no wreath form needed here! The finished look is one-of-a-kind.

We’re loving this whimsical wheat wreath! The unique shape is created by making a wheat “rope” — no wreath form needed here! The finished look is one-of-a-kind.

This Oak Leaf Wreath DIY is super easy AND very eye-catching. All you need are oak leaves (try our preserved ones if you want to keep your wreath year over year), a straw wreath form, and floral pens!

This Oak Leaf Wreath DIY is super easy AND very eye-catching. All you need are oak leaves (try our preserved ones if you want to keep your wreath year over year), a straw wreath form, and floral pens!

With a few simple, natural elements, Doreen from Hymns & Verses creates a picturesque mantel that invites you to curl up with a blanket and a good book.

With a few simple, natural elements, Doreen from Hymns & Verses creates a picturesque mantel that invites you to curl up with a blanket and a good book.