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Dear Friends, When working on each issue of Mingle, I am reminded of the joy and inspiration found within its pages. Looking back through the previous issues is a breath of fresh air, with visually captivating photography and uplifting stories at every turn. Early on in the process, as I start putting together the editorial calendar, I aim to include a little bit of everything — large-scale celebrations like weddings and art retreats, as well as intimate get-togethers such as impromptu movie nights and dinner parties. Birthday bash ideas are a thrill to show off, and there’s something special about our holiday-themed autumn issue that makes me smile. There’s one event element we shine a spotlight on in every issue: tablescape designs. We have featured many, many breathtaking tablescapes in Mingle, so we decided it’s time to highlight our top 50. Please enjoy this collection showcasing designs full of vibrant color, handmade details, creative decorating, and much more. Until next time,

Danielle Williams mingle@stampington.com mingle-mag.com

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Kamille Martin of BettsMade focused this Mother’s Day lunch on the dishes her parents received as a wedding present. The yellow of the sunflowers was paired with the hues of purple farm flowers for the color scheme. The floral arrangements were picked from the farm and placed in different containers from her parents’ home, and the table was built by Kamille’s husband. Each guest had a place card made by her sisters and set in a lemon to add an extra touch of yellow, tying in the sunflowers from the dishes. Photograph: Katie Norrid Photography More from this event can be found in the Spring 2016 Issue of Mingle.

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For this baby shower, event planner Jeannie Yeoh chose a picnic-style table setting with no chairs balanced with small details by florist Sarah Min. They set up lovely handwritten signs by Paula Lee Calligraphy on handmade parchment paper, and decided to switch up the usual placement of utensils by stacking them. Lastly, they rounded-out the picnic vibe with matching oversized pillows! Photograph: Jenn Liong More from this event can be found in the Spring 2018 Issue of Mingle.

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Inspiration for the decor came when Jenny Keller settled on a cobalt blue-andlavender color palette for this event. Kelli of Country Bouquets Floral put together an assortment of wildflowers in vintage glass bottles, jars, and vases that sat atop a blue-purple watercolor runner. Each guest had a personalized hand-lettered place setting, and the rest of the table setting included all the tools needed for the calligraphy lesson. Photograph: KCB Photography More from this event can be found In the Spring 2017 Issue of Mingle.

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Emily Piepenbrink of Prairie Rose Events & Design planned a patriotic-themed bridal shower with a strong color palette, a rock ’n roll bride-to-be, and whimsical Southern details. Each place setting was a testament to the color scheme and full of Americana details, such as the blue-and-white china. The plates featured indigo-colored etchings of Independence Hall circa 1778, and the vintage red water goblets were emblazoned with stars. Green Finch Floral Design provided the floral arrangement. Photograph: Brasspenny Photography More from this event can be found in the Summer 2017 Issue of Mingle.

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For her beer-tasting party, Tara Berger of One Stylish Party rented a long farmhouse table made from reclaimed wood, wooden chairs, blue glass water goblets, and mismatched blue china from Borrow Rentals. She purchased an indigo shibori table runner on Etsy by Carmine Textiles, and for the beer tasting, she sourced unfinished wooden beer paddles from Webstaurant Store and painted them with navy blue chalk paint. Each paddle featured sampler glasses and hand-lettered labels. Photograph: Brittany Gidley Photography More from this event can be found in the Spring 2016 Issue of Mingle.

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Shannon Von Eschen designed this tablescape with all things Halloween and pirate-themed in mind. With his master carpentry skills, her father helped make almost everything you see pictured with regard to wooden props, including multiple wooden display and banquet tables. Wanting it to be very gluttonous, like true pirates would eat, Shannon arranged a plethora of food and real silver throughout the tablescape, accompanied by a black fabric table runner and gothic candlesticks adorned with spiderwebs. Photograph: Shannon Von Eschen More from this event can be found in the Autumn 2017 Issue of Mingle.

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For this backyard bash, Tamara Waterson featured strings of lights, charming rugs, throw pillows that surrounded the table, and pineapples, succulents, and candles as table centerpieces. Photograph: Kate Becker Photography More from this event can be found in the Summer 2018 Issue of Mingle.

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Shannon Von Eschen designed this party to feel like guests were deep within a forest. She covered old wooden tables in forest greenery with copper accents that highlighted the color palette of the great outdoors. The tables and shelves, cake stand, candleholders, and more were all handmade by her father. A handmade woodland animal with interchangeable antlers was placed at each setting to greet the guests upon arrival. Photograph: Shannon Von Eschen More from this event can be found in the Winter 2018 Issue of Mingle.

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Celeste Shaw, an avid lover of all things vintage, fashion, and history, staged a bohemian photo shoot in the Bella Victorian Gardens in Deer Park, Washington. Her goal was to tie the natural elements together with a gemstone color palette. Bright peacock feathers accompanied the menus and bouquets, and leather and wooden details added to the natural scheme. For the seating, cushions were sewn onto old stumps, and all of the log placemats were cut and sealed. More from this event can be found in the Winter 2014 Issue of Mingle.

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Jenny Keller’s tablescape was beautifully arranged and adorned in pastel shades with plenty of feminine touches. Her party served as the perfect excuse to bring out her special dishes: layered scalloped plates, and vintage hobnail glassware and cake stands. She gifted each guest with a cookie cutter personalized with a nametag that doubled as a place setting. Photograph: KCB Photography More from this event can be found in the Winter 2016 Issue of Mingle.

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Kathy Colby of The Vintage Industry has always loved setting a pretty table with handmade linens and natural centerpieces from the garden. Her team members scoured their yards for beautiful flowers and natural elements to use for decorating; Kathy even sewed the tablecloth the night before to fit the huge table that was scored at a sale. Everything came together for a beautiful celebration. Photograph: Basically Brandy Photography More from this event can be found in the Winter 2017 Issue of Mingle.

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Britt Fluth of Woven and Wed and her creative friends gathered chairs, decor, and tablescape details, such as faux fur table settings, flannel, and fresh figs. They set everything up on an 8-foot solid oak table provided by Rudy’s Rentals. Studio Emme took their love for greenery to a whole new level, and UltraPom provided elegant gold flatware. Photograph: Lauren Kirkbride Photography More from this event can be found in the Autumn 2015 Issue of Mingle.

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For this baby shower tablescape, Kelly Christine Musgraves made several DIY projects: deer figurines, fabric napkins, name cards, and more. The guests were sent home with paint-dipped mason jars that doubled as place cards on the table. Photograph: Kelly Christine Musgraves More from this event can be found in the Autumn 2014 Issue of Mingle.

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For this Christmas playdate, Tara Berger of One Stylish Party set the children’s dining table with natural wood slice chargers, marble paper plates, and hand-lettered black mugs. To keep with the rustic feel, she added a bold blackand-white buffalo plaid tablecloth. The centerpiece consisted of a white floral arrangement by HeatherLily set inside a galvanized metal tin, accented with silver antlers. Photograph: Brittany Gidley Photography More from this event can be found in the Autumn 2017 Issue of Mingle.

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With this event taking place at the end of summer, Veronica Rogers of Fleurish Events wanted to incorporate amber, gold, orange, and coral tones. The team borrowed furniture from Stylish Patina, a local vintage rental store, as well as vintage china from Something Vintage Rentals. Veronica filled brown paper bags with Ugandan coffee for each attendee to take home and set these bags at each place setting as nametags. She used wire twinkle lights as a table runner down the long wooden table. Photograph: Lauren Anderson More from this event can be found in the Summer 2014 Issue of Mingle.

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Audrey Wagner King of French Knot Studios put together a tablescape with eye-catching centerpieces made from spraypainted bottles and freshly picked sunflowers, cattails, and miniature pumpkin branches. In keeping with the tradition of giving thanks, each place setting had an “I’m thankful for” page designed by Miss Pickles Press for guests to jot down their gratitude. Photograph: Izzy Hudgins Photography More from this event can be found in the Autumn 2014 Issue of Mingle.

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Amy Birlew of Dimply Sweet used a moss table runner for an authentic, natural look. To add a rustic woodland feel, her team used burlap and ribbon to decorate mason jar cups. Wanting to ensure that the party was feminine and princess-like, they incorporated personalized place cards and stools covered with polka-dot fabric. Photograph: Maria Healey Photography More from this event can be found in the Winter 2015 Issue of Mingle.

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The Entertaining Shoppe sure knew what they were doing when they set out to plan a craft beer bash. Instead of floral arrangements, food, beer, and party decor acted as centerpieces. One long table was covered with kraft paper, and rectangular placemats were drawn on it with black markers. Their idea was to transform the table into a Renaissance smorgasbord with food displayed everywhere and with easy access for attendees. Wrapped with the same kraft paper, a 2" x 8" board purchased from the local hardware store sat atop a few square glass vases. Photograph: Laurie Smith Photography More from this event can be found in the Spring 2014 Issue of Mingle.

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Melissa Marshall dressed this table with wild wintry greenery, a loose red-rose arrangement, and black candlesticks and plates. The calligraphist drew elegant menus for each place setting, and they tucked the whole scene in a little nook of the woods. Overhanging lights and candles made for a dreamy ambiance. Photograph: Melissa Marshall More from this event can be found in the Autumn 2016 Issue of Mingle.

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Ashley Fincham shared a housewarming picnic that featured a picnic table fashioned out of recycled wood pallets and plywood, surrounded by pillows and rugs. Each guest had a unique table setting with repurposed Reader’s Digest covers turned into placemats, gemtoned crystal goblets, and a variety of plates. Centerpieces highlighted local flowers and greenery foraged from the garden and nearby forest, and the table was sprinkled with small trinkets from travels abroad. More from this event can be found in the Winter 2018 Issue of Mingle.

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This spa party was full of inspiration. Jenny Keller set a gorgeous spa table in the center of the room. Each table setting was prepped for facial success, incorporating a variety of products atop fresh rose petals and leaves, set inside vintage serving trays. Photograph: KCB Photography More from this event can be found in the Winter 2018 Issue of Mingle.

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Melanie Beilner gleaned these Christmas dishes, napkins, and silverware from summertime garage sales. The white rustic bistro set was built by her husband, Donny, of Dream Garden Woodworks. She used foraged natural decor down the center of the table: greens, red berries, little red crab apples, white berries, and ivy. Photograph: Melanie Beilner More from this event can be found in the Autumn 2016 Issue of Mingle.

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Mandy Forlenza Sticos of Little Vintage Rentals planned this event around the vintage mismatched, floral china and flatware from Little Vintage Rentals. Stacked on the table, each place setting was unique with micro-florals in pinks and blues. Personalized calligraphy escort cards were displayed at each place setting for guests, resting against a crystal salt shaker, which doubled as a bud vase. For the centerpieces, the table boasted petite flower arrangements in antique silver sugar bowls and creamers styled with fresh variegated nigra, lisianthus, and esperance roses. Photograph: Fiona Melder More from this event can be found in the Summer 2015 Issue of Mingle.

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For this tablescape, Tara Berger of One Stylish Party styled a white kidsized dining table with a banana-leaf -patterned table runner, matching paper party ware from Paper Eskimo, and retro splatter tumblers filled with pink lemonade. Each place setting also included a pink satin sleep mask that the girls could take home. Photograph: Brittany Gidley Photography More from this event can be found in the Summer 2018 Issue of Mingle.

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The Smash Cake SoCal team put together an Easter egg extravaganza. The table was set with egg-shaped china, gold plastic tableware, and watercolor napkins wrapped in those festive napkin rings. The centerpiece was a rustic basket filled with speckled eggs set on a runner made of moss, and a few wooden toadstools and unique floral arrangements completed this natural yet striking look. More from this event can be found in the Winter 2018 Issue of Mingle.

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Audrey Wagner King of French Knot Studios presented this vibrant gathering. For the outdoor, casual party, the centerpieces were a collection of fluffy ranunculus, ruffled carnations, roses, and wildflowers, either nestled in rustic wooden boxes or popped out of gilded bottles and cans. Save-the-date flags and bird silhouettes added visual interest. Farm tables were lined up into one long table for the guests. Patterned paper placemats, bow-tie napkins, and mini-bunting place cards helped everyone find their seat. Photograph: Izzy Hudgins Photography More from this event can be found in the Spring 2014 Issue of Mingle.

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Carly Williams of Carly Rae Weddings designed a modern bash centered on a tone-on-tone blush-pink palette. She pulled together peach and dusty rose elements, along with rose-gold accents and greenery. Primary Petals added the sweetest touch of tulips and carnations throughout the tablescape. Each table setting featured a blush-pink charger complete with neutral plates and rose-gold flatware. The tabletop rentals were courtesy of Borrowed Blu, and La Tavola polished off the look with coordinating linens. Photograph: Ashley Kelemen More from this event can be found in the Summer 2018 Issue of Mingle.

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For this alfresco dining table, Tara Berger of One Stylish Party layered a coral silk chiffon table runner under the custom grazing board with fresh olive branch leaves peeking out from the bottom. The food on the board was so beautiful that the table didn’t need much else. Each place setting included a gold- rimmed wine glass, water goblet, vintage gold flatware, and dining plates topped with a wine glass cookie favor and greenery. Photograph: Brittany Gidley Photography More from this event can be found in the Spring 2018 Issue of Mingle.

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Harmony Lynn Goodson of Styled for Two designed this setup on a blue painted wooden pallet she found washed ashore. Using it as the table for dinner, she incorporated opaque glass plates with a gold rim, wine glasses, matching watercolored menus, and red linen napkins. She used tall glass lanterns for candlelit seaside dining. Red-and-blue striped oversized cushions, a blanket, and a tropical table garland completed the look.   Photograph: Harmony Lynn Photography More from this event can be found in the Summer 2017 Issue of Mingle.

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The harvest feast was organized by Ginger Herr of Chalk.Ink.Style with help from Susan Bone of Bella Porta Photography and Debi Bock of Vintage Lilli Flowers. Ginger pulled vintage plates, silver chargers, linen napkins, and chicken feathers to decorate the tables. Debi arranged the flowers, and an old workbench doubled as the dining table. The idea was to marry a rustic vibe with elegant decorations, giving the get-together a cozy seasonal atmosphere. Photograph: Bella Porta Photography More from this event can be found in the Autumn 2018 Issue of Mingle.

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Kristy Rice of Momental Designs designed each table, the mantle, and existing chandeliers dripping with maiden hair ferns, raspberry peonies, pepper berry, and dahlias. Papayas and oranges in moss-covered urns gave a decidedly Frida Khalo vibe. Place settings were set with an unorthodox flair; intricate watercolor placemats featuring dahlias and berries sat atop floralpatterned linens. Oil-cloth-style napkins held gold flatware and reflected beautifully in the rose gold-on-gold lunch menus. A surprising pink brushstroke followed the die-cut edge of each, making for a truly artistic keepsake. Photograph: Danielle Coons Photography More from this event can be found in the Spring 2017 Issue of Mingle.

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For a gender reveal party, Heather Johnston of HRJ Events & Vintage Rentals used outdoor wooden tables that her husband had built. She found soft gray linen fabric from the local fabric store and made runners and cloth napkins for each place setting. She added cute wooden utensils with touches of gold, eucalyptus, and white scalloped plates, as well as a blush-pink macaron that Josie of Chalk Chic Mama sweetly embellished at each place setting. Photograph: Nicole Conner Photography More from this event can be found in the Spring 2018 Issue of Mingle.

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The white holiday party box from Fire and Creme Kids came from a desire to offer a different way to throw a gathering for kids around December. They incorporated fur, sparklers, pinecones, felt balls, and Bert chairs, and each plate had little surprises, such as English party crackers. Photograph: Love Bucket Photo More from this event can be found in the Autumn 2014 Issue of Mingle.

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For the Senior Soiree, Elisabeth Eden lined the tables with rugs and burlap cushions and covered them with wooden trays of cheese, grapes, and berries, and bowls of bread and hummus. Each place setting held a unique colored glass from The Prairie Plate, and in the middle of each plate was a simple gold bracelet with tiny gemstones — a favor for each guest. Carrie of Gathered hand-painted gold details on rocks dotting the tablescape that complemented brass candlesticks and faux gemstones. Christy of Love Always Floral designed floral centerpieces for the tables with brass vases. Overhead, string lights lead to more seating toward the tree line. Photograph: Elisabeth Eden More from this event can be found in the Spring 2017 Issue of Mingle.

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Emily Piepenbrink of The Happy Ginger Co. added a foraged table garland, bright red apples, simple white china, and gorgeous vintage gold and crystal glassware to this seasonal table. The dinner felt opulent and indulgent without being stuffy. The guests could comfortably chat about their highlights from the past year. It was a captivating setting to celebrate a year well spent with friends. Photograph: Cassie Lopez Photography More from this event can be found in the Autumn 2018 Issue of Mingle.

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Kristy Rice of Momental Designs gave us a peek into an exceptional wedding tablescape. A long main table was festooned with mismatched chairs and a running centerpiece of succulents, belle cloche jars, and meaningful artifacts to the couple. The natural and eclectic elements gave the wedding an authentic, free-spirited air. Photograph: ADG Photography More from this event can be found in the Winter 2015 Issue of Mingle.

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Carly Williams of Carly Rae Weddings dreamt up this bachelorette bash at a cabin in Big Bear, California. A low table was provided for the guests to sit around the blazing fire and enjoy each other’s company. Flowers provided by Primal Flower brought the outdoors inside with greenery and winter berries. Photograph: Katie Pritchard Photography More from this event can be found in the Autumn 2014 Issue of Mingle.

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When it came to setting the table for Easter, Shannon Von Eschen enlisted the help of her friend Robyn of Bare Root Flora. Using the eggs Shannon dyed with fruits and botanical imprints as inspiration, Robyn weaved together a living table runner of logs, blooming branches, and beautiful spring flowers. To keep the flowers fresh all day, she tucked each stem into plastic water tubes and hid them among the branches and leaves. She finished off the centerpiece by placing grapes, clippings, and some other dye elements Shannon used for the eggs onto the tablescape to bring it all together. More from this event can be found in the Spring 2017 Issue of Mingle.

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Light leaked in and shone upon the home where Samantha Heather and her friends gathered to cook and enjoy a meal. Before long the tiny house was filled with the rich smells of organic quiches, cooked chickpeas, and baked bread. The table was lined with antique plates, which belonged to several people throughout history. They placed native wattle throughout the table and lit a fire to keep them warm and cozy. Photograph: Samantha Heather Photography More from this event can be found in the Summer 2015 Issue of Mingle.

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Rachel McAffee of Fawn Handcrafted Celebrations crafted this ruffled tablecloth from a thrift store dress, and found almost all of the other decorations from the thrift/dollar store or handmade. She attached ravens adorned with party hats to candlesticks, and distressed an old book to mimic an ancient spellbook. White pumpkins were scattered all around, contrasting the black flowers that gave the table an eerie atmosphere. To give the girls a witch-ful welcome, Rachel crafted broomstick name cards that quickly became the highlight of the event. Photograph: Rachel McAffee More from this event can be found in the Autumn 2016 Issue of Mingle.

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Photographer Rosie of Simply Rosie Photography and her friend Rosella spent a lot of time finding mismatched plates, saucers, and coffee mugs following a rich, fallthemed color palette of yellow, red, and gray. Burlap adorned everything from pillows to place settings, and the guests gathered around a weathered table on vintage mismatched seating. The chairs, floral arrangements, and vintage china added splashes of fall color to the tablescape. More from this event can be found in the Autumn 2011 Issue of Mingle.

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The Delovely Creative team brought this blanket fort winter picnic to life. The simple table was constructed from an upside down crate, and brass accents were added to complete the boho feel. Carpets, pillows, and lanterns rounded out the picnic decor. Photograph: Blush Wedding Photography More from this event can be found in the Autumn 2016 Issue of Mingle.

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Abigail Barnes of Paper & Cake set this outdoor dining table with burlap placemats topped with a sheet of patterned paper. She purchased inexpensive, vintage-inspired, white-and-red enamelware plates and coordinating colanders. Each guest received a polka-dot paper sack complete with plastic cutlery and a napkin. A red enamelware pot was filled with a bunch of supermarket sunflowers, and everyone had a mason jar adorned with a personalized party wrapper, filled with plenty of ice, tea, lemon, and a custom wooden stir stick. Photograph: Missy Marie Photography More from this event can be found in the Summer 2015 Issue of Mingle.

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Lauryn Pratts Styling & Events displayed an herb place-card favor planted in glass votive holders and wrapped with patterned paper that coordinated with the placemats designed by Momental Designs. Laura Hooper Calligraphy designed personalized laser-cut name tags to insert inside each favor. Sweet Root Village designed floral arrangements to decorate the tablescape and event space, along with furniture rentals from DC Rental and Something Vintage Rentals. Photograph: Abby Jiu Photography More from this event can be found in the Spring 2018 Issue of Mingle.

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Gizelle Perry of Party Pieces by Perry shared a backyard luau in sunny Southern California. She picked blue and orange hues for a boyish, colorful Hawaiian vibe. Reclaimed wooden furniture and decor were the perfect pieces for a rustic touch. The colors tied in so well with the flowers, the pineapple centerpieces from Fitzgerald’s Floral Events complemented the decor, and the vintage Hawaiian postcards purchased from eBay added even more color to the tablescape. Aloha! Photograph: Megan Long Photography More from this event can be found in the Winter 2016 Issue of Mingle.

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In lieu of cut flowers for the centerpieces and other arrangements, Audrey Wagner King of French Knot Studios headed to a local nursery to select potted herbs and plants, and planted them in vintage milk glasses, antique teacups, and mercury glass vessels. This table was set with mismatched antique china, crocheted doilies, and crystal glasses. Delicate blown-glass bud vases were filled with dried lavender to hold the place cards, and mini-flags of good cheer were sprinkled throughout. Photograph: Izzy Hudgins Photography More from this event can be found in the Spring 2014 Issue of Mingle.

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Lauren Wells Events and Caroline O’Donnell of Wild Folk Studio designed this candlelit tablescape with soft linen napkins, greenery, gold flatware, and mismatched chairs. The dining table was assembled by resting salvaged wood on sawhorses, and an eclectic bunch of chairs were placed around the table. To round out the look, the place settings consisted of white china, gray linen, and antique brass candlesticks at various heights. Photograph: Jessica Weiser Photography More from this event can be found in the Autumn 2015 Issue of Mingle.

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The Smash Cake SoCal team decorated a dinner table for a bohemian baby shower at the beach. Gold flatware, vintage goblets, antique mismatched china, and a fig place-card holder juxtaposed with the wooden tables. The focal point was a stunning floral arrangement designed by Briana of Thread and Sew. The eucalyptus, thistles, and succulents combined with delicate flowers enchanted the guests. The look was finished with a variety of smaller arrangements in various odd vessels and a faux macramĂŠ table runner crocheted by Melanie Ham. Photograph: Christine Sara More from this event can be found in the Spring 2018 Issue of Mingle.

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A mid-summer farm-to-table fĂŞte by Rebecca Hollis showcased a simply stunning tablescape. Attic, sister company to Alisa Lewis Event Design, provided the tables and decor, furnishing the details that enhanced the evening. Textured florals, candles, butcher paper, and linens set the stage for a magical evening. Photograph: Rebecca Hollis Photography More from this event can be found in the Winter 2015 Issue of Mingle.

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Wanting to keep this party light and toddler-friendly, Kate Landers opted for a of color palette white, gray, and pale mint with pops of silver. Passionate about paper and fabric, she used both materials as much as possible for the tablescape: basic white paper plates and a customprinted paper table runner paired with embroidered cloth napkins. More from this event can be found in the Spring 2015 Issue of Mingle.

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Mingle: 50 of our Favorite Tablescapes  

There's one event element we shine a spotlight on in every issue of Mingle: tablescape designs. From a Calligraphy Ladies' Brunch and Woodl...

Mingle: 50 of our Favorite Tablescapes  

There's one event element we shine a spotlight on in every issue of Mingle: tablescape designs. From a Calligraphy Ladies' Brunch and Woodl...