10 March, 2010

Day of Caring - Part 3


I'm linking up to Tablescape Thursday, hosted by Susan at Between Naps on the Porch. Click on the link to see other tablescapes.
I've posted about our church's Day of Caring, where we acknowledged the dedication of caregivers of the disabled, when our church was transformed into a spa and tea room. Click here for the first post.
We hosted 60 women. Here are some tablescapes that were done at the luncheon. Each table hostess was responsible for bringing her own table setting and centerpiece. Aren't they lovely?
Inside the napkin on the table above was a small tube of hand lotion as a favor.










I love the bishop hat napkins.







Click here to see the table which I hosted.

14 comments:

xinex said...

So many pretty tablescapes, Karen! It's hard to pick a favorite but I think I like the 6th pic the best....Christine

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Oh, Karen! You all just pulled out the stops and made those women so happy I'm sure. I loved reading all three posts. Great job!

Wishing you a Happy Tablescape Tuesday...

XO,

Sheila :-)

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

So many pretty tables! I know that these women must have enjoyed all your special pampering -- what a wonderful treat for them! (and us too! Thanks for so much beautiful inspiration)

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

All of the tables are just stunning. So elegant and lovely. Hugs, Marty

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Oh, what a treat! I enjoyed seeing all these beautiful tablescapes! Lots of talented, caring ladies making such nice presentations and such a marvelous gift to the caregivers! Wonderful!

Katherine

Cindy - Your Decorating Hotline said...

I love the idea of each hostess decorating a table. What fun! I loved seeing your Desert Rose setting too as my Mother also has it.

Maryrose said...

All so pretty Karen, what a lovely thing to do. I bet everyone involved felt so special. Thanks for giving us a peek.

scribbler-unfocused said...

What a wonderful tribute to the caregivers of the disabled. Having been there as a caregiver myself, I can tell you those folks appreciated this more than you can ever know. The tables are lovely. What a nice idea!

Scribbler

Barbara said...

They are so elegant and pretty. I loved every single one of them.

Mimi said...

Beautiful tables!

Jeanette said...

Lovely tables.

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

They are all beautiful Karen. I did click over to see yours (which I guess I missed seeing before). It was so elegant and so pretty. laurie

Natasha said...

All of those tables are so beautifully laid. It must have taken ages to do all of this. Amazing!

Best wishes,
Natasha.

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

Can't choose which one is the best. I love every table.

Have a great day.