Thank you Suzanna Raff from Kosher Shopaholic for sending in these beautiful Sheva Berachot pics! Its so special when a good friend or family member offers to open their home for a Sheva Berachhot for a new bride and groom. Its becoming so much more common nowadays- its really a beautiful custom!!
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First I want to state that these gorgeous tables are not my creation and I can’t take credit for them. I made the Shalom Bayis challah and suggested the Build-a-Bears. The rest was created by my friend who hosted the Simcha along with her friend who is a party planner. They were inspired by the peacock Chanukah Tablescape from the Chanukah edition of Mishpacha Magazine’s Family First. They used a dark blue velvet tablecloth, laced the tablecloth with gorgeous green ribbons and alternated peacock and blue feathers on each plate. The feathers were on top of green napkins that matched the ribbon lacing . They put small white boxes with mints, green ribbon and name tags on each plate on top of the napkins and feathers. They had tall, thin vases with feathers on the head table and flowers on the rest of the tables. The dishes were all white to give a gorgeous contrast of the rich blues and greens. It was stunning! ”
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