Time for summer fun! This centerpiece was designed for a boardwalk/carnival themed bat mitzvah. Each table was named after an amusement park game. The hydrangeas were sprayed with a creamy yellow paint to resemble popcorn and a good time was had by all!
Tableart is in sports mode! This Hockey Themed centerpiece was custom made for a Bar Mitzvah. The jersey was hand cut out of foam core and the trim was a combination of spray paint and cut paper. Each one had lit ‘ice’ and team colored balloons in its base.
I've always wanted to do a camping style centerpiece and finally last week I was able to fulfill my wish! My task was to provide two different designs, one to represent 'nighttime' and another for 'daytime'. So a few logs, river rocks and moss later this is what transpired: my favorite part is the flame, so life like... And of course we couldn't have a true campfire without s'mores! For the daytime version each one is a little different. The base is a birch log, the type you perch on in between playing games... Small boats, fishing poles, grizzly bears and sports equipment finished the look.
Here tall clear tubes are filled with colored acrylic gems and lit from within by L.E.D. lights. The design was created for a bat mitzvah.
Neon bright colors of illuminated towers brought dazzling sparkle to this Night Club themed bat mitzvah. The centerpieces are filled with colored acrylic gems and topped with a splash of feathers.
This floral was designed for a darling 13 year old's bat mitzvah. She chose a "Fashion Theme" and wanted a Juicy Couture feel with fuchsia, soft pink and black. Besides roses, hydrangeas and queen Anne's lace we used lisianthus, veronica and clover. Each table was named after a famous fashionista and the whole ensemble was placed on a "Roses Fuchsia" linen, enhanced with gold votives and acrylic jewels.
Photos courtesy of Scott Lasky Photography
These cowboy boots are the perfect touch for a country western mitzvah, barbecue, cowboy party or country chic wedding! I love the contrast of black leather boots as a prop for the brightly colored sunflowers, purple matusumoto and statice. The rustic wooden fence, hay, and lantern complete the western feel.
Photographer: Sonya Yruel
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