Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Tiny Table Tags

 I mentioned in my last Monday Montage Blog Hop post that I received a generous tip from a client for designing and setting up her family's Thanksgiving table.  I said I would post pictures from the set up and so...
here they are.
The last thing I set were the guest's pumpkin placecards.  The tiny tags were made with Stampin' Up! tools and card stocks.  For the first name tag layer I used the smallest oval, which is Crumb Cake, from the Stitched Shapes Framelits.  The next layers are Mint Macaron and Very Vanilla cut with the Ovals Layering Framelits.  And then, the last layer is Copper Foil cut from the Tags and Labels Framelits.

What would I do without my fabulous stash of tools and supplies from Stampin' Up!?
Rentals for the table came from both La Tavola Linens and Hensley Event Resources.  The linens are called Neiman in the Ecru color and are king drape size.  I needed three to fit the client's "L" shaped table to seat 21 guests.  The chairs and place settings came from Hensley and were perfect for the look I wanted.  I love their Antique Wood Infinity Chairs with Ivory Velour Cushions.  This is the second event in a few months that I have used these--they're beautiful!  
 Of course all the flowers, garland, pumpkins, candle work, and mercury glass vases came from Bloomster's.  We included eucalyptus, olive, and dusty miller leaves along with eucalyptus pods and berries for the garland runner, which we laid out first.  Then we tucked in mixed grey, green, and white leafy styled bouquets created in grey toned wooden boxes into the garland.  Lumina and Jarahdell pumpkins along with pinecones, and miniature white pumpkins finished up the fresh floral decor for the table.

I hope you have enjoyed a look into what I do.

4 comments:

  1. Wow! Thanks for sharing what you do do. The table setting is stunning and elegant along with your place card creation.

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  2. Oh my goodness!! Absolutely stunning! Love it:-)

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