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March 28, 2012

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Karin  Canazzi

It looks pretty good but I think the wine glasses look a little off. Maybe something with a shorter stem would look less "elegant".

kim

Candles!!! Even if it is daytime, they set a warmth. I'm no expert but I think it looks amazing.

Pamela

This looks super nice! Maybe you feel the balance might be off? The place settings way out did the centerpiece so maybe dont bother with a center piece next time and let the place setting be the focus. Or go for a bigger, more colorful center piece that ties in with the color of the place settings. Just picky thoughts. I think your set up looks good!

Sandra Sutherland

I'll help with the wine glasses next time I see you - which might be soon. :D I think darker placemats might set off the settings a little more. Otherwise, you know that I always think everything you do is perfect!

davis

it looks really inviting. all that's missing are the people :-)
just change it up every time so it is fun for you to do...like doing a new piece of art.
have fun with it.
and show us what you come up with!

iHanna

it looks lovely. i'm in spring mode, so I would add some green branches from the forest, on the table or in smaller vases at the sides of the bouquet. :-)

Renee

it looks great! What comes to my mind is to have your artwork printed on the napkins... that would spice it up and celebrate your gift!
Renee
xoxo
www.fussitup.blogspot.com

Sherry Williamson

I bet you could make the CUTEST wine tags for wine glasses. Ohh, with some of that air dry clay... I love Renee's idea about putting your artwork on napkins too. For the record, I think it looks lovely as it is...

Jennevieve

Water glasses to remind your guests to pace themselves! :)

April Cole

The table looks great!
The colors on the table work great together, the flowers are nice touch... let me think... soy sauce?! :]
Little dipp'in sauce bowls for each guest...
Yes, the water glasses is a good call too, I agree.

Lori

Oohhh Aahhhh! It looks divine! I think you did a fantastic job and it didn't need a darn thing. Sounds like a wonderful evening to me. One more thing...

How do I weasel my way into this group? :)

giggles

I think it looks very inviting!! However wouldn't a piece of unbleached cotton with your artwork painted on it look wonderful? I'm thinking something similar to the beautiful stair case you did! A long runner down the middle of the table...yes I think so!! I'm sure your company had an amazing time!!

Hugs Giggles

mollie's mom

looks wonderful and inviting. love a guy who can stir fry! and it's nice seeing snippets of your new home :)
marcie

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