Lunch and Lingerie

The Adventures of Robin and Rhonda continue with a beautiful table scape. Biggest {HUGS} to Robin for always being up for another crazy time. Lunch and Lingerie was the bridal luncheon theme for a dear friend's daughter. We choose to mix a vintage 1930's feel with a dash of modern silver. 

The food table was covered in a lace tablecloth. Wooden boxes covered with lace gave needed height for a antique crystal candle holder and beautiful Crepe Myrtle blooms. Karla, the foodie friend co-hosted. Chicken salad, pasta salad, fruit, mini muffins, and chocolate truffles were on pedestals.

Can't be in Texas without tea. Gotta have the sweet too.

Miss Matilda came to her first ladies event. She was wearing her finest jewels. I'm green with envy of her hairstyle!

Miss Matilda anchored the decorations in the dining room. A tall birdcage, a canvas with all the important dates of the couple, silver vases draped with lace and jewelry completed the sideboard.

Each place setting started with a silver charge followed by a vintage plate collected on various outings. A white dessert plate held a burlap wrapped potted flower that were the gifts for each guest. Sterling silver tied with a lacy napkin finished the look.

Crepe Myrtle blooms cut from my backyard along with Purple Phlox and Zinnias made for wonderful floral elements placed on an aged mirror. 

The gifts were placed around these vintage suitcases outfitted with a silver brush and comb. Some lacy slips and strings of pearls complemented the simple wedding dress.

Did you spot the perfume bottles?

"E" is for Erin. A letter from Hobby Lobby spray painted silver.

We had a wonderful time! Lots of sweet memories were shared and made. ~Rhonda

I'm linking up to The 206th Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Front Porch. 


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