Monday, February 27, 2017

Tablescapes for Appreciation Brunch


My church hosted an appreciation brunch honoring women on staff and staff wives this past weekend. You are in for a treat today to view a myriad of delightful tablescapes. 















I wasn't able to snap pictures of all the tablescapes but you can see there were many creative and interesting tables.






Church Staff and staff wives sacrifice family time to 
serve others in countless ways. This brunch was given in their honor. I  regret I didn't get a picture of our inspiring speaker and the delicious food. A great time of fellowship was enjoyed by all in attendance.
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22 comments:

  1. Wow- I bet they felt appreciated! The tables are just beautiful.

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  2. Such beautiful tables!! A wonderful way to appreciate the staff and spouses!! blessings ~ tanna

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  3. Bonnie, I love seeing all of the different tables...from the blue and white to the spring style. Was the first table in the blue and white the one you did? I know the ladies felt so special and honored and what a wonderful idea to show them in such a tangible way. Enjoyed going back through the photos several times this morning...a great start to a rainy Tuesday!

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    1. Yes, the first blue and white one was mine. I'm sure you recognized the dishes and camellias. It was slim pickins on the camellias because of all the rain and crazy temps. My other partner in the tablescape had more blooming than I did so we squeaked by.

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  4. Bonnie, what a wonderful way to honor the staff and their spouses! Such a talented group of ladies at your church, the tables are so creative and lovely. I'm pinning here today. Thanks Bonnie for sharing so much creativity.

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  5. Love all he tables Bonnie. That was such a sweet thing for you ladies to do for the staff women and the staff wives. Sometimes staff goes unappreciated when in essence they are at the core of making it all happen for others. Such a sweet thing to do. We have done the different tables before too and it is so much fun. So glad you shared. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  6. What a most beautiful array of fabulous tablescapes and all for a most wonderful event to honor those who are so valuable to your church.

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  7. Bonnie,
    So beautiful. I love it when these kind of gatherings happen..Everyone setting a different table makes it so special. Thanks for taking these pictures..Lovely..
    Love, Mona

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  8. What gorgeous tablescapes! Thanks for putting together this post. I love how all the themes are so different!

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  9. A very special event indeed Bonnie, and your table was the shining star, with your gorgeous blue and white and camellias. It's such fun to see all the different tables, styles and themes. I'm sure everyone had a wonderful time and it was a much appreciated event!
    Jenna

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  10. The tables are all so pretty and creative. I know that was a room filled with sweet ladies.

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  11. It must've been so wonderful to see all the tables in person, Bonnie! Thanks for sharing your photos with us and the lovely event honoring the staff at your church.

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  12. How fun! Bonnie, I enjoyed seeing all these beautiful tables. So many themes for Spring to enjoy! Thanks for sharing. It looks like everyone had a fabulous time. :-)

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  13. I used to work for my church and I also remember having a similar themed event for women's ministry. I love the creativity. How beautiful they all were!

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  14. I love these kinds of fellowship lunches, where each table has its own style and "hostesses." My favorites are the blue and white (yours!) as well as the English tea time theme. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  15. Hi Bonnie,

    These are such pretty tables, and lunches like this are so enjoyable for those attending. I went to something similar some years ago with my mother-in-law, and it was so nice.

    I enjoyed looking at all the tables; my favorites were the blue and white (no surprise there) :) the tea table, and the Easter table. What a great job those people did putting the tables together!

    Thank you for sharing with us, Bonnie. I'm sorry I haven't visited lately; life has been really busy here. I'm trying to catch up with everyone now. I hope you have a wonderful week!

    Hugs,

    Denise

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  16. Bonnie what a neat event! Such beautiful tablescapes...what fun! Thanks for sharing this with us. I am sorry I have been late to comment. For some reason, your last two posts were not in my mailbox. I am going to subscribe again.

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  17. Bonnie, I am so sorry. The problem was on my end. I have it fixed now. Hope you have a wonderful day!!!

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  18. Bonnie this post comes at a perfect time for me! I am currently helping the museum where I am interning to plan an upcoming spring fundraising luncheon. Such fabulous ideas!

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  19. What a fun array of pretty tables Bonnie! I knew immediately that yours was the beautiful blue & white one with the camellias even without your watermark :)

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