We recently had the opportunity to participate in a blogger networking event at the Colony Hotel in Palm Beach, sponsored by Rapunzel's Closet. It was such a lovely day filled with some amazing sponsors and speakers, and simply the best of company.
Here are a few snapshots of the tables we put together for the event. Browse to see some inspiration for your Spring table!
One the first table we used the colorful Vegan table linen from our own private label. The cloth is a bright and beautiful printed vegetable pattern, and we paired it with pink and green napkins and cabbage napkin rings from Deborah Rhodes to keep with the theme. Line a vase of spring flowers with peeled carrots for a fun touch.
On the next table we featured the Belize tablecloth for an aquatic atmosphere. The Belize cloth is pure linen with a playful print of colorful fish and sea life, perfect for tropical soirees. Paired with deep blue napkins and goblets and a bright coral napkin ring, this set is sure to evoke a yearning to explore under the sea!
This tablecloth is the classic picture of spring, with soft and dainty flowers and pale pastels. The Agnese tablecloth is as fresh as a cool breeze and reminiscent of fresh lavender on the Tuscan countryside. We added light colored napkins and the fun hydrangea napkin rings by Deborah Rhodes to keep with the floral theme.
The Sevillana tablecloth is a favorite with its printed citrus pattern on a classic blue and white border. Is there anything more welcoming than lemons and oranges? The sweet little bird napkin rings match with the blue and white and keep things dainty.
This last table features our Aquarius table linen with a bright and bold coral and oceanic themed print. We used matching coral napkins and jewel toned napkin rings to up the glam.
We are so fortunate to have been a part of this event. We extend our gratitude to Halle Rosenthal from Rapunzel's Closet, Alexandra Witzenberger at The Colony Hotel, and Briana Beaty of Palm Beach Moms. And thank you to all else involved for such a stunning event!