Monday, March 21, 2011

Part II _ The Anniversary Table

After making the invitations, the next step was to plan the tablescape for the anniversary party. Unlike my signature style garden parties, this party had to be held in the house due to weather  restrictions. Since the party was for fifty people, multiple tables were arranged. After clearing the family room's furniture, we arranged 3 round tables in addition to the kitchen table and main dining table. The same color theme, teal, brown and silver, was carried out throughout the event. The linens I used are part of my collection.






Teal colored bamboo lanterns were used as an accent in the room.



At this time of the year, different varieties of proteas are blooming in my garden. I decided to use proteas in combination with succulents in silver bowls.


These red centered proteas are called Laucadendrons.

Silver votive candles are used throughout the house.



 

In future posts, I will share the cake, dessert buffet etc.

For more memorable centerpieces, tablescapes, and recipes (including gluten free recipes), please check out my book, Entertaining From an Ethnic Indian Kitchen, at my website komalinunna.com.

I am joining Tabletop Tuesday @ A Stroll Thru LifeSavvy Southern Style and Susan's Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday.

12 comments:

  1. Oh how pretty -- you always have the most lovely flower arrangements.

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  2. It is very beautiful I miss the flowers you used to bring us.

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  3. WOW! The flowers are really gorgeous...so unusual! And the teal bamboo lanterns are amazing! Can't wait to see more pics! ♥

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  4. absolutely beautiful, the centre peice is stunning
    hugs
    janet

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  5. woww!Its gorgeous!I can imagine how loved and cherished,your friends would have felt.

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  6. Blessings to you today as I visit from bnotp's Thursday Tablescape.

    Lovely table and I especially like the chargers you have used plus the votive candle holders....so pretty.

    God bless,
    d from homehaven nestled in the Kansas Flint Hills on the prairie

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  7. Your table is beautiful, but what I really love is the centerpiece. That arrangement is a master piece and I love the succulents!

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  8. Absolutely gorgeous flower arrangement! Beautiful table setting, I love the tablecloth and chargers along with the dishes. Your candle holders are so pretty and perfect. Your invitations are wonderful too, you're a very multiple talented lady!
    Love
    FABBY

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  9. That flower arrangement makes a statement--wow! Lovely table, you pulled everything together beautifully!!

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  10. How elegant, Komali! Beautiful linens...

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  11. Lovely centerpiece. I always enjoy creating the design for larger groups at multiple tables. Feels like I'm getting to paint on a huge canvas. Thank you for sharing your lovely designs. Cherry Kay

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