Saturday, September 17, 2016

Vintage Bridal Luncheon

I assisted my friend Pam as she decorated for a bridal luncheon last Friday.  It was held at a local country club that is full of history and charm. 

As we say here in the Midwest,
"It was not her first rodeo."
Pam has had plenty of experience putting together
lovely events, and it certainly shows in the details.

Each of the ladies had a vintage blue-detailed hanky tied to the back of their chair.
They were able to take those with them,
perhaps to use for happy tears at the wedding the next day.

The blue theme carried over into the table hydrangeas,
which were simply gorgeous.

The place "cards" were vintage apothecary bottles
supplied by her junking friend (me!)
Pam wrote the names with sparkly gel pens,
(fun just to say that ... sparkly gel pens.)

Even the people at the country club seemed a bit
blown away by what she did with their blank canvas.

I'm not a huge fan of red velvet cake,
but these cupcakes were as good as they looked.

Yes, Pam decorated these gift bags for the bride and bridesmaids.

As a final touch --
daisies have a "history" with the family,
and the ironstone pitcher belonged to the bride's
great-grandmother.
 
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