Spring is in Full Swing-Bastille Day Baskets

Bastille day Baskets

Spring is in Full Swing-Bastille Day Baskets

Bonjour! It’s already an active spring…read on for a special treat…all of the usual garden planting, Easter celebrations (hope you saw my easter table on Instagram), family birthdays, a fantastic trip to Round Top, and preparing to jet over the ocean for my first ATOP trip in 4 long years! Can you hear me shouting WooHoo?!!

Provence market

You may have already heard, ATOP Provence, September 2023 is open! I still have a few seats left for this 7 passenger romp though the countryside of France soaking up the sun, the food & wine, visiting darling villages, and exploring art and culture. CLICK HERE to see the stunning digital brochure with all of the wonderful details.

Provencal picnic

Last July, I had such an amazing response to my Bastille Day Picnic Baskets that I had to bring them back this year. Baskets will be loaded with fresh bread, cultured butter, homemade jams, cheese, meats, vegetables and fruit, French sparking wine and lots of baked goodies too! Full offering here.

Bastille day Baskets

I’m excited to tell you, that guests who pre-order baskets by April 16th, will receive a special goodie, hand-carried from Paris, to be included in their basket. I can’t wait to share one of my favorite Parisian treats with you!

There are a very limited number of baskets available so act fast and make your plans to host special friends for an evening picnic, share it with your children or grandchildren or plan a romantic picnic date for someone you love!

I hope you will stay tunned to the blog this spring as I circle back to my Round Top trip, all the fun soon to be had in Paris and lots of pretty things from my garden to yours. 2023, is definitely off to an exciting start and it just keeps getting better!

See you soon! Lorie

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2 thoughts on “Spring is in Full Swing-Bastille Day Baskets

  1. Lauren Palmer

    So excited about our Bastille Day picnic basket! My boys asked when we were doing it again, and I told them it was while they were at camp, so I’ll be saving some for them. 😉

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