Jute Wrapped Wine Bottles
I love these jute wrapped wine bottles made by a friend…
we used them this past weekend for a wedding reception,
massed together on coffee tables filled with locally grown dahlias!
The natural jute mixed with the bold colors made a stunning statement!
“Clean & Simple”
The Clay Pot
We used our “GO TO” burlap vases filled with a soft palette of white hydrangeas,
blue thistle, peonies, ranunculus, blue hyacinths and freesia
for this rehearsal dinner at Public House Chattanooga in Warehouse Row…
we utilized the deep window sills
by filling them with an assortment of pillar votives and mini votives…
to personalize each place setting, we created customized silverware sleeves
with the bride and groom’s initials…beautiful venue…
clean & simple!
“Come On Baby Light My Wire”
with these wonderful wire lanterns…
simply fill with votives or pillar candles
and have an instant centerpiece!
The Clay Pot
“A Wedding in May”
Nestled in the countryside of North Georgia,
The DeBarge Vineyards was the perfect setting
for a May wedding we did last weekend.
Using a simple mix of flowers just added to the charm.
We used different shades of dahlias, ranunculus and hydrangeas.
Loved how the pops of colors added a little “pow” to the warm tones of the venue…
“Wedding on the Mountain”
Here are a few “details” from a wedding we did Saturday
on Signal Mountain…
We used a soft palette of succulents, hydrangeas, peonies, ranunculus and roses…
simply, tied with jute.
“Chili Dinner Party” Tablescape
Here’s an easy & simple way to create a fun winter party tablescape…
I used an assortment of clear and amber bottles filled with water,
I added votives, mixed them all together
and ran them down the center of the table.
For my serving pieces and place settings
I used pieces in browns and naturals to add to my color scheme…
The chili was served in a mixture of mugs and bowls.
It looked great and my guests loved it!