Tuesday, March 15, 2016

{living threads co}

Photography by Emily Smalling

With Spring finally right around the corner I can't help but get excited for brunches, fresh flowers, spring colors, and being with my girlfriends.  All I want to do is gossip over mimosas and spend the day with friends... especially since I'm still stuffed up in my house studying for my certification exam (when will it be over?!)  One thing I love to do (even though it's rare) is entertain. I love having a reason to clean the house and lay out a fancy spread - whether it's a wine and cheese night, homemade dinner with my roomies, or brunch for some gals. Fun fact: you don't have to spend a ton of money to make your spread look fancy. Mix up patterns and plates, create height by putting some plates on shot glasses (just use 3 so it doesn't get knocked over), add in fruit to allow people to create the perfect drink and top it off with fresh flowers because they always make a table look finished!

With all of the gorgeous fabrics from Living Threads Co. I had a difficult time picking one color. Since it was such a gorgeous day outside I decided to layer them all together... I guess you could say I was inspired by the season? It was a nice break from studying and we had a special visitor coming that morning ;) My roommate got a French Bulldog puppy so I knew we would have people coming through the house that would nibble on everything.

I want to take a second to chat about this company... One thing I love about blogging is bringing y'all fun outfits and introducing you to new ideas and companies. I have a particular soft spot for women founded small businesses and when I read about Living Threads I fell in love. Their mission is to do good through small business, supporting artisans while directly connecting consumers with the women and men who weave the products. Amanda, the founder, is so passionate about developing relationships with these amazing people that she couldn't even be at our shoot because she was traveling to Nepal to make new connections! The company helps train weavers (currently in Nicaragua and Guatemala) and then allows them to empower themselves by creating a reliable source of income with skills to provide for their families. 10% of the profit through sales is donated to the artisans through their micro-credit and training programs. Read more about it here.

You can win your own place setting from Living Threads Co!!! Enter the Rafflecopter below to see how you can win. I bet you're already imagining dining al fresco on your new placemats!

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*This post was not sponsored - Southern Anchors is committed to supporting small businesses that help increase the quality of life for others like Living Threads Co. Please help support them, too!*

Love Always,


  1. Shot glass idea is genius, Jenn! Such a cute spread and a great mission to share – can't wait to meet this little Frenchie!

  2. I love this! I wish I could have one of those mimosas right now haha I'm always so chilly when I'm at home watching tv, so I would love to get my hands on one of those blankets! (Specifically the AMY, cream and blue one!)

  3. Rewined candles are my absolute favorite! Especially the mimosa scent!

  4. I absolutely love that pop of yellow the most :) will definitely be checking out Living Threads for more options!

  5. I just saw your posts on IG! I love this post, soo pretty! I really love living Threads ZURU throw. its gorgeous! thanks for this awesome giveaway!

  6. Love these Jen! The yellow and green certainly pop and are perfect for spring!

  7. Love this post!! Definitely need to plan a celebratory brunch once your exam is over :)

  8. Good luck on your exam!
    I'm kind of obsessed over the GHORKA CASHMERE throw at Living Threads Co...

    ~ Kim Pincombe Cole

  9. What an awesome company! Thanks for introducing it to us :) LOVE the texture that they add particularly the el pajaro runner :)

  10. That blue fringe table runner is gorgeous! Love it!


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