Centerpieces for your Thanksgiving table made from logs rescued from the hurricane
By Deborah Jackson
November 20, 2012
I love the Thanksgiving holiday because we stop our frenetic pace and appreciate all the blessings we have. If you are reading this, you are probably like me in that we have so much to be thankful for. With the start of the holiday season, we wanted to showcase something that was a statement about the beauty and texture found in nature. We were so lucky to get real oak wood from a tree that fell during the hurricane and was cut into logsfor us. That is what you see here.
We asked Maryann Finegan who owns a plant store to work her magic with plants and make us custom and uniquearrangements that can be used as a center piece on a holiday table or in the entrance way of an office or home. What she created was simple, elegant and long-lasting.
These custom arrangements can be ordered anytime until 11am November 21 for delivery in Manhattan on Wednesday just in time for Thanksgiving. After that, the arrangements will be available for purchase and delivery until December 21.
One of my blessings this Thanksgiving is the wonderful team at PlumAlley.co, who contribute in every way, those of you who have purchased items from female founded companies and those who cheer us on.