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 saw this license plate a long time and still think it is one of the cleverest! Here are two tennis themed centerpieces. The tall one was for a bar mitzvah. My client provided tennis rackets and I covered the handles with various neon colored grip tapes. Tennis ball colored napkins finished the overall look. The second tennis centerpiece was for a bat mitzvah. Tennis icons were cut out of foam core and stylishly painted, complete with a Wimbledon style trophy and tennis net.
I am very excited to announce that Tableart has been invited to participate in the 2015 Filoli Flower Show!!
Thursday evening, May 7 through Sunday, May 10, 2015
What better way to celebrate spring flowers and Mother’s Day all in one setting. Invite family and friends to join you on a virtual trip around the world in celebration of Mother’s Day and spring flowers at the2015 Filoli Flower Show, May 7 to 10. Enjoy viewing floral interpretations of Voyages, created by more than 80 designers as you wind your way through the beautifully furnished and preserved historic House and renowned formal Garden.
General admission from 10:00 am to 3:30 pm to the Garden only will be $10 for adults and seniors, $5 for students, and free for children 5 years and younger.
Click here for ticketing information.
I got a call from a fellow soccer mom, “Did I do funeral flowers?” And so here is my first floral for a passed beloved. I was on my morning walk with a friend and heard about the disappointing creation that had been made for his mom’s casket; stems not properly trimmed, cheapest flowers possible and then thrown together. And so I was moved to treat this job specially. The dogwood at the flower market that morning was just beautiful and it inspired the whole. I felt so happy as I found complimentary flowers in the same deep coral hue and paired them with a family of creamy whites. Choosing flowers for this occasion was like no other, I didn’t want somber but they couldn’t be too cheerful... I got there in the end, arranging the display with love and Andrea Bocelli singing in the background!
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.
“Sustainable Meets Elegance” was my client’s request. My assignment was to create an arrangement using both flowers and succulents in white and green with hints of orange. It was a presidential event at the Rosewood Hotel, a beautiful site indeed. Gold wooden boxes filled with Dutch tulips, kale, roses, asclepias and various types of dusty miller were placed on a rustic birch bark square. Crackled gold votives on the rich orange tablecloth finished the look.
I just loved every part of our intimate shabby chic lace vintage wedding. My bride was beautiful inside and out and I thoroughly enjoyed her mama. Between the three of us we created a simple yet elegant design. A trio of gorgeous white flowers in simple ceramic cubes decorated the table. I cut lace provided by mom to make long table runners saving a little snippet to add to the table name cards. These were named after places that my bride and her sweetie had visited. I loved the way she took care of her guests, she explained that with these table names no one had to sit at a seemingly less important table! Vintage looking crackled silver votives 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 event is the 45th anniversary of the San Jose Museum of Art. Patrons gathered for a formal and artistically designed dinner, themed “Future Perfect”, in the outdoor Circle of Palms. Rick Herns designed the overall look in amber and lavender fabrics, lighting and stage set, while Trina Merry, world famous bodypainter, used live models as canvases that melted into the event’s backdrops. Tableart collaborated with these design elements by creating centerpieces using florals, lights and gems in the same color scheme and with their own Future Perfect flair.
We received a sweet card in the mail. A happy bride sent some photographs of her floral arrangements. These bright coral and white roses made for a lovely summer wedding!
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