A Dinner: Setting the Table

This has been a fun little series to spread out over a week.  Hopefully we’ve been building anticipation for part 3 of A Dinner.  (If you’ve missed part 1 & part 2 – links are at the bottom of this post.)  I have to say, this was one of my most favorite tables to set.  The space was just dripping with warmth.  The twinkle lights hanging from the rafters and the light bouncing off the windows just help to add to the ambiance of a spectacular evening.

Since we went with neutral pallet, we wanted add some color in the dining room, still keeping the vintage yet modern vibe, so we did that with the china, glasses, placecards and flowers.

Everything was personalized for this dinner.  We created custom menus and placecards and intermixed vintage china and glasses.  Nothing matched which made everything match.

Missed part 1?  Missed part 2?

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Caryl Lyons

Managing Partner
With a love for design, her signature style infuses everyday life into events. Her philosophy is to create an experience with food, color, music and interior design. You won't see just a pen and pad at one of her events.
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