Sunday, May 2, 2010

Bridesmaids Luncheon Tablescape at The Gardens of Madison County 2010

This year for The Gardens of Madison County, Fresh Ink created a beautiful tablescape with the theme of a Bridesmaids Luncheon.  The vibrant invitation below from Inviting Company served as our inspiration!

We were fortunate to start with a delightful setting, a covered outdoor patio in Overlook Pointe.

We moved the comfortable seating benches to surround a round table and covered the table with a punchy black and white polka dot tablecloth!  Then we layered Juliska chargers & glassware, colorful napkins, daisy napkin rings.  The Juliska champagne flutes would be a gift to the bridesmaids from the bride. They were filled with flowers for the table and for the girls to enjoy over the weekend, but then they can enjoy toasting another special occasion with them some day, or start a collection of their own.

The personalized melamine plates were one of our favorite elements!  They serve as THE CUTEST placecards, but then they are a wonderful favor for the girls to take home from the party.  The ladies who are hosting the luncheon usually send home a favor with the girls who attend, and these plates are so unique!

The polka dot Scout tote bags are another gift from the bride to the girls.  They are wonderful for toting rollers, shoes, and accessories to and from the church.  And they can also use them for the pool or the beach!

Despite the cloudy and rainy weather, the table sparkled with Juliska glassware and pops of color.

A beautiful Juliska pitcher served at an elegant vase for pretty tulips.

Here is another picture of the overall scene.  Thank you to all of our friends at MRA and The Gardens of Madison County for including Fresh Ink.  For more information about any of these products please contact Fresh Ink - in Highland Village - 4500 I 55 North, Suite 136, Jackson, Mississippi - 601.982.0235 or

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