November 17, 2010

Tablescapes (part 2)

Today I am sharing a few more wonderful table top ideas from a women's event I recently attended.  If you missed out on yesterday's pictures, click here for inspiration.
Glitters Like Gold  This table was full of sparkles.   I loved the gold and red theme.  (The green was someone's folder that happened to be in the picture, but the whole table was done in red and gold only).  So classy and sassy!


For Kids of Every Age  This candy themed table would appeal to the child in everyone.  Click on the picture to enlarge and see the detail.  I loved the idea of putting gumdrops in a glass votive holder.  So fun!


 Heights of Harvest  Notice how this table used several small items to make a big statement.  I love the martini glass filled with M&Ms and the use of real twigs and leaves.


 Merry and Bright  This table was so fun!  Check out the place card holders (printed with a verse).  They are ovals with a ribbon running behind to look like a giant piece of candy!  I'm partial to red and white, so this one made me happy!


 Gorgeous and Girly  What a fun surprise for the eyes!  It was such a treat to see pink for Christmas.  I loved the pink tule wrapped around the bottom of the apothecary jars.  The glass dot plates were her grandmother's.  What a treasure!


Natural Beauty  This was such a simple yet elegant table top.  A faux berry wreath with a vase of fresh flowers in the center.  I loved the use of soft turquoise with the red.  The table runner was simply a strip of fabric cut to the size of the table.  No sewing involved!

What colors would you use for your Christmas table if you could do something really different this year?

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I loved seeing the different tables set for fall and christmas.~TaraJ

Kellie said...

I would like to see purple, turquoise green and red together. I think that would be nice. (Coming from the non-creative one. lol) :)

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing the photos. I did not make it this year. I am contemplating that Christmas table arrangement this week and this gave me a lot to work with. SK

Carpool Queen said...

I'm liking the lime green look. It reminds me a little of Grinch/Whoville.

This year I'm thinking of doing lime green and brown for my colors. It's a little non-traditional, but I think it'll match my interior colors a little better.

Anonymous said...

I think I would go red/lime green/turquoise. I love those together! However, as you know, doesn't really jive with my autumnal house :) erin

Bugs and Sunshine said...

this post sure gets the wheels turning for ideas!

those glass dot plates are amazing. so sweet.

Sandy M. said...

Since I "changed" my kitchen to shades of green w/lime being the predominant one, I think I'll do lime & red this year instead of the traditional shade of green.

Sandy M. said...

Since I "changed" my kitchen to shades of green w/lime being the predominant one, I think I'll do lime & red this year instead of the traditional shade of green.

Sandy M. said...

Since I "changed" my kitchen to shades of green w/lime being the predominant one, I think I'll do lime & red this year instead of the traditional shade of green.