Putting on the Ritz

St. Louis Children’s hospital’s annual Spring Table Top event at the Ritz-Carlton raises money for kids with heart conditions to go to Camp Rhythm. This year they raised over a million dollars for the  cause. The table designs were created by local designers and business’, and they were pretty amazing. I think Pottery Barn Kids was about seven feet tall off the table. There was an incredible amount of eye candy to behold, and a lot went into the making for this event. Design Style was honored to participate in the event this year.

My table design was a simple, natural, classic design. I chose to use a burlap table overlay over a white table skirt. I used an old wooden box with a great patina for the center and set a glass vase with white cherry blossoms mixed with twigs on top. I choose white tulips with burlap overlays as my gift for my guest who sat at my table. For the place settings I used Italian Pewter chargers from Williams Sonoma and white dinnerware in the Gabriella pattern from Pottery Barn. The napkins were in a french stripe and I tucked a sprig of fresh rosemary under each silver napkin ring. I added moss and birds nest and some live greenery in mercury glass containers. It was a lot of fun and I had some lovely ladies at my table.

Table Top Design Style

Table Top Riz-Carlton Design Style

Ritz Carlton Table Top

Ken Stuckenschneider’s table was very elegant.

Table top

Victoria Dreste used a toile patterned china from Schumacher.

Table Top

Table top Design Wild flowers

Table Top Design

Table Top Design

Table Top Design

Hammer and Hands

Hammer and Hands Hadley Pottery.


You should check it out next year!

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