Are you starting to get into the spirit of the holidays? If not, I think some of these pictures will help :).
If you missed my last post on Sunday, you may want to click here. (Since there were too many pictures to put in one post, I thought I’d divide them up a bit.)
Although most of the tables had a holiday or ‘grown up’ theme, not all did. What do you think about this circus themed table? Pretty elaborate, especially with the added canopy!
This next table garnered a LOT of attention, and it was well deserved. Of course, you wouldn’t be able to sit down at this table, but I suppose that’s a minor detail ;).
Sweet little birds were placed strategically through out the branches, and I really liked the combination of natural and glamorous touches, but I’ll be perfectly honest and say I’m including this because I just love this picture!
Here’s a cute little table set for a young lady’s birthday celebration. I don’t know about you, but I would much rather have three small cakes with different fillings than one big one! Let’s see…maybe cannoli filling in one, chocolate mousse in another and coconut/lemon in the third. Yup, that would pretty much be heaven for me!
This next table was another crowd favorite. Everyone, including me, seemed to be fascinated with the centerpiece. It’s really quite simple to make, using plastic, glittery beads, adhesive and LED lights. If you stay tuned, I think I may be able to show you a diy version soon. 😉
And isn’t this clever? A complete table showcasing various napkin folds. There must have been at least 50!
I showed this table in my previous post, but forgot to include this shot of the front of it. If you look closely, you’ll notice those are ladles wrapped around the ends of the ribbon in various heights. Very cool!
Do you have a favorite?
In other news…
I think my site was down for a good part of the day. I tried to log in around 3 to write this post, and it wouldn’t load up on the back end or the front end. I contacted hostgator and after chatting for 30 minutes (and that’s AFTER a 30 minute wait time) they couldn’t figure out what was wrong. As soon as we ended our chat, the site was working! They wrote a ‘ticket’ and said an administrator would contact me, but so far no one has. Good thing the site is up and running because if I had to wait for them to figure it out I’d still be waiting. It’s making me wonder if I want to stay with Hostgator. Who host’s your site? Have you been satisfied?