National Sibling Day with The #TabletopTeam!

We wouldn’t be where we are today without our siblings! We may have fought with them growing up, but the love is real. ❤️ Today we are sharing a little bit about our siblings and why they are so special to us for #NationalSiblingDay!

Kristen - Founder:


For #NationalSiblingDay I want to give a shout out to my younger siblings, Kevin and Kaley! Growing up, I was always quite the bossy one. Imagine that, right?! I forced my 'sibs' to play school - I was the teacher, of course - and convinced them to be in 'theatrical' productions, which we preformed after dinner for my parents. We always had a lot of fun and got along quite well for three kiddos under one roof. This photo is of the three of us at Kevin's wedding. It was a special day and I'm really thankful to have these two in my life! We have a lot of fun, crazy memories together growing up. Love you both.

Amanda - Graphic Designer:


Here's a photo of my brother (Jeff), my sister (Sarah) and me when we were little. I'm the oldest. Jeff is 5 years behind me. Sarah is 7 years behind me. I'm not great with words, so here are a couple of quotes that I liked.

"We didn't realize we were making memories, we just knew we were having fun." — Winnie the Pooh

"You don't choose your family. They are God's gift to you, as you are to them." — Desmond Tutu

Jorden - Social Media Manager:


While I am an old child, I have always been close with my younger cousins Alexandra and Dabney. As the eldest cousin on my mom/ aunts side I was there for both of their births and I’ve had the pleasure of watching them grow up from 3 minutes down the road. So while I do not have a blood sibling, these two incredible ladies may as well be! They are my favorite people in this world! 

Quinn - Social Media Manager:


My sister and I are best friends. We talk every day and share all the details of our lives together. I wouldn’t be who I am without her. We are 5 years apart but always get mistaken as twins. Growing up I always looked up to her, and still do. She is the most selfless, kind, and honest person I know. I love her with all of my soul.

Chana - Website Developer:


"Siblings are the people we practice on, the people who teach us about fairness and cooperation and kindness and caring — quite often the hard way." — Pamela Dugdale

Stacey - Photographer:


My younger sister, Ann Price, is one of my favorite people.  We start to say the same thing (jinx!!) within an hour of being together.  Two peas in a pod! She has a killer sense of humor, knows ALL of the latest fashion/beauty trends, and takes beautiful photos of people.  Yes, we're both photographers--she captures people, I capture food.  In high school, I was her muse during her light studies for photography class.  We've always had cameras in our hands and often point them at each other.  It's been wonderful having a sister to share my life...the good, the bad, the hilarious.