Art of the Table was an idyllic event featuring Indianapolis’ finest event planners and florists. This is Part 4 of a four-part series highlighting the very best tablescapes exhibited at this year’s Art of the Table. Be sure to check out Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 of our series for more brilliantly executed tablescapes!
Table 23: Boiler Up
Events by Design Flowers
This team spirited tablescape represented a perfectly festive Purdue graduation party. The tall, clear vase held a bouquet of bright yellow roses. The black glasses and gold dinnerware were an ideal complement to the vivid table decor. Boiler up, indeed!
Table 24: Dinner with Betty
Association of Bridal Consultants (ABC) Table
A delightfully precious pink table was decorated in honor of Betty Jackson. Betty was one of Indiana’s ABC Consultants. She was gracious and warm, loved everyone she met. She was both kind and considerate. There was a combination of white and pink used throughout. The tablecloths, chair decor and bright tulip centerpieces all reflected the color theme. Gorgeous gold china was utilized in remembrance of the love of china Betty had.
Table 25: Breakfast with Santa
AJ Ploughe, The Columbia Club
This Christmas-themed table exuded all the joys of the holiday season. The huge green Christmas tree centerpiece was decorated with an assortment of vivid red ornaments. The oversized ceramic presents placed beneath the tree added a classic touch. The table was adorned with various Christmas trinkets, including tiny Santas, snowmen and ornaments. The Christmas-day theme was capped off with a warm, delicious mug of cocoa and marshmallows.
Table 26: Chinese New Year
L’Evento Event Resource Boutique
The year of the dragon was the inspiration for this wonderfully ornamented table. With combinations of jet black and bright red, this table was accented with deeply hued plates and gleaming gold Chinese food boxes. The black bamboo centerpiece and the individual Chinese food boxes truly set the tone!
Table 27: “Laissez les bon temps rouler” (Let the good times roll)
Adrienes Flowers and Gifts
What would a Mardi Gras-inspired table be without masks, boas and beads? This table was over the top in its use of purples, greens and golds. Decadent masks, feathery boas and Mardi Gras beads lit up the table. The traditional king cake and enormous feather chair backs exuded true opulence.
Table 28: Sixteen Candles
Dillow Weddings and Events
This was the ultimate tablescape for any sweet sixteen celebration. The old-fashioned chalkboard menu paired with classic roller skates created a timeless atmosphere. The table was filled with striking pastel colors of light blues, pinks and oranges. Adorably scrumptious cupcakes completed the whimsical look.
Table 29: Carmel High School Graduation
Sweetest Candy Buffets
A candy buffet properly commemorates graduation in a most delicious way! Blue and yellow candy filled the table, from rock candy to M&Ms, there were many delightful treats. The mini graduation caps made of peanut butter cups with Ghirardelli chocolate on top were a unique touch that really set the celebratory mood!