Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Ruby Tuesday: red table setting

I was drawn to this red table setting at Greenbelt. The ruby-red candle holders would produce a dramatic glow. The centerpiece of glittered red "vine" and evergreens dictate the casually festive feel of this table setting. The vase is made from natural capiz shells. A great idea for New Year's dinner party!

Posted for Ruby Tuesday

9 comments:

Pia K said...

The center piece vase looks lovely, how creative! Happy New Year from Sweden:)

Robin said...

What an unusual vase, I really like it, and the red vines really make it festive. Is it typically Filipino?

Dianne said...

the entire setting is beautiful but I really love the vase - very unique!

mirage2g said...

If given the chance, decoration (all sorts) is one craft I'd like to learn...:D Hope you and Fritz are enjoying the rest of this year....paulit ulit na ko hehe...;-)

laura said...

You are right. It is a great idea for a party!

Lawstude said...

that is indeed a perfect centerpiece for a new year dinner. di lang sya conversation piece but would definitely brighten up the dinner table.

happy new year my friend and thanks for the returns and visits to each others' blogs. cheers for 2009!!!

Dennis Villegas said...

the base looks beautiful, very creative using capiz shells! thanks for sharing luna!

Ralph said...

This table setting is unique. In fact, to me anyway, it looks a bit like an abstract painting. Capiz is unknown to me, yet it takes a real artisan to craft such a vase. All very nice. happy New Year!

happily retired gal said...

Beautiful red table setting indeed! I feel for the thirsty cats in the next post.
Hugs and blessings,