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Which Tu Bishvat Table Is Your Favorite? (re-post from contest Jan. 2012)

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Which Tu Bishvat Table Is Your Favorite? (re-post from contest Jan. 2012)

16 Comments 28 December 2012

Thank you to the wonderful Jewish Hostesses that sent in their Tu Bishvat tables to share!

I promised this  fabulous Decorating with Flowers Coffee Table Book to the most unique centerpiece but I need my Jewish Hostess readers help in deciding!

Please comment below with your favorite! Marlene 

 

1-Tu Bishvat fruit and flowers centerpiece, colorful placemats, gorgeous flowers by Marcy Sued.

 

2-  A modern Tu Bishvat by Leila Akkad:

 3- A cascading floral and Tu Bishvat fruit centerpiece by Esther Sassoon:

 

4- A stunning floral punch of tropical flowers and Tu Bishvat fruits by Joyce Silverman:

5-A mediterranean Tubishvat dinner by Hana Itzhaki of   lakosherkitchen.com :

 

Announcing the winner- Joyce Silverman with most votes!! 

 

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Spring Centerpieces

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Spring Centerpieces

1 Comment 04 April 2010

With Spring finally in full bloom, it’s time to take advantage of springs flowers to create floral centerpieces of all shapes and sizes that will take your breath away.

Some tips on creating a gorgeous arrangement:

1. Your arrangement doesn’t have to be big. Small arrangements in multiples is a sweet and sophisticated look. Its also easier to serve with these small arrangements because the hight of a large arrangement wont block anyone’s view!

2. All the florists use scotch tape to make a grid over the top of the vase to help hold up the flowers. This allows you to arrange large bouquets more easily because the flowers will stay where you put them!

3. Arrangements that are all one color or flower are easy to put together and look very chic.

4. Forgo the flowers! Leaves and greenery can make for a gorgeous arrangement. They can be arranged to be very large and dramatic.

5. Look for vases in strange places… Your vase doesn’t have to be a vase! You can use colorful glasses, pretty teacups, and even little bowls to arrange your flowers. Your guests wont think that you didnt have vases, but rather, how creative you are!

6. Forgo the roses… While roses are always gorgeous, they are a little expected. Instead try Lavender, Hyacinth, Cherry Blossoms or Peonies.

As always, have fun! Get your kids involved by letting them help, and you are sure to create something magical!

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