This is me, putting some extra touches on my table for the recent Variety, The Children’s Charity Luncheon.
It sure was fun to create a tabletop design for Variety, The Children’s Charity Table Top Luncheon.
As promised in an earlier post, I did indeed create a secret garden motif, adorning my table with a look that I believe Mother Nature would like. I shopped at Fleurdetroit for some gorgeous white anemones and Detroit Garden Works for a terrific pot, to name a few of my fave metro Detroit artful garden shops and accoutrement.
I met a nice photographer at the event, Cybelle Codish, who was shooting for Detroit Home magazine’s summer issue. She captured my table, as well as designer Jeffrey King’s (working with Gerych’s), designer Jill-Maria Ferrier’s, event co-chair Michael Coyne’s and others. What a great event and a wonderful cause.
It looked like all the attendees had a great time enjoying lunch, listening to inspiring speakers and taking in all the gorgeous tablescapes.
I especially enjoyed hearing the talk by Hable sisters Katharine and Susan of Hable Construction, a textile company. Katharine is a born sales professional and Susan is an artist. Together they combine practicality, sophistication and timelessness into their works. Operating on the belief that the layering of color, texture, and form inspires, Hable Construction creates bold designs adorned with colorful, hand-drawn patterns. Susan takes inspiration from nature, just like I do! And she loves pink!
Congratulations to all!
Did you attend the Table Top luncheon? What did you think? Or are you a great tablescape designer? Share with us your tips!