Bright, Light and Summery
I love flowers, so I always look forward to creating the Shvuos tablescape.
When I visited Tali's new Global Flower Shop in Lakewood, I was taken by it's spacious, bright, and airy garden-like decor. I knew then that I wanted to share that experience with you by setting up this table in the shop in honor of Shvuos.
I chose a white eyelet and a lavender velvet fabric at Stitch N Sew, which they sewed into a tablecloth and a liner for me. I love the versatility of this choice.
You can use the velvet alone and I can always switch to a different color liner for another occasion. Since the velvet was wider than the eyelet, I had them cut and sew the remaining fabric that they cut off from the width into napkins.
I knew I wanted to use a floral plate for this table. At first, I tried finding one at Home goods, but when I couldn't find one that I liked, I rethought my plan and decided that even if I had found what I was looking for, the rest of you may not be able to find it! With that in mind I got these gorgeous white plates by Godinger and created a floral download, which I copied on transparency paper and simply placed on top of the plate.
Choose from 3 different free downloads on estherodesign.com
- Flowers and vases from Global Flowers-
Global Flowers Howell-6520 US Highway 9
Global Flowers Airmont- 249 Route 59
Global Flowers Lakewood-1797 Ave of the States
- White/lucite chairs and lucite columns from Seats Rentals
- Tablecloth and napkins –Stitch n Sew
- Dishes and Cutlery by Godinger- available at your local tabletop and gift shop
- Stemware by Classic Touch- available at your local tabletop and gift shop
Photography by Hudi Greenberger
This article originally appeared in Family First