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Western Theme Tablescape

Shop with Cops, an organization where police officers take children shopping for Christmas, held a rodeo as a fundraiser. I took that opportunity to register as a vendor and set up a tablescape. What better theme to go with than Western!!

This tablescape incorporated western accents (chair cap and ties, table runner, and place card holders). The color scheme revolved around brown, red, black and tan. Clients have the option of choosing from two different chair coverings (cap or tie) and two distinctly different fabrics. The cloth napkins were red and black respectively with napkin rings with a cowboy boot accent. Place cards continued the theme by adding western accents to the place card holders.

With the help of the fabulous and talented Trish of Designs by Trish, a Western theme was created! We used one tablescape to create two different looks.

Tablescape #1


Black Napkin with a Pretty in Pink Boot


Place Card

Table Setting #2
Chair Cover

Custom Centerpiece
 


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