Hooray!! It’s THURSDAY!
If you tuned in last week for Part 1 of “Thursday Tablescapes” then you know that we are taking a few moments each Thursday to feature photos from various photo-shoots we have been a part of over the last year. 
(if you missed it it is worth taking a moment and checking it out!)
Again, for this shoot we teamed up with the brilliant and talented minds at 

I am especially fond of this Tablescape! I loved how the colors came together harmoniously, yet still had a dramatic overall effect. The CORALS, PEACHES, PINKS and soft HONEYSUCKLE were the perfect offset for the touches of striking TURQUOISE. We chose an outdoor location for this shoot because we had access to an amazing vintage 
1956 Chevrolet Bell Air. It was the perfect element to have at this shoot!
I ADORE the Chandelier in this tablescape!
Gold tinted mercury glass-filled with ROSES, HYDRANGEAS, and RANUNCULUS really made the table come alive. I love fresh flowers! They always add that final touch, the living element that every table setting needs. Whether the centerpieces tower over the guests or are nestled in among table-numbers, trinkets or photos, don’t forget the FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS! 
Custom place-cards/menus were a special addition, and added quite a bit of flair to the beautiful floral patterned china plates.
For this setting we wanted to show how to incorporated your guest favors, into the over-all design. We had jars of delicious local honey placed near each table setting, had precious custom “Meant to BEE” labels made for each jar. They looked so adorable and inviting cradled in the satin turquoise table runner.
The copper clocks and Gold-tinted ruby goblets were such an wonderful find!
DECOR and COORDINATION: Forevermore Events
FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS: Bloomers Flowers & Gifts
GRAPHIC DESIGN:In-House Designer at Forevermore Events
LOCATION: The Villa Gardens 
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