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Sunday Suppers collaboration: Fall Harvest dinner

November 30, 2009

We’re super excited to show you guys the most recent Sunday Suppers collaboration this fine morn. Their dinners are always amazing, but this one is special to us because Jillian represented 100LC in a collaboration on design & decor for the Fall Harvest theme. Yay! We love the whole concept of Sunday Suppers, Karen’s beautiful photography, and all the vendors that consistently produce such amazing events.

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In a nod to the harvest theme, the team chose vintage/colonial Americana as design inspiration. They started with blue and white vintage fabric from etsy, which is such a nice twist to the same fall palettes we always see, and added more traditional fall elements around those colors. To warm things up they added greys and natural wood, chestnuts (YUMMMMM) and feathers.


Jesse of Roundtree Flowers really pulled together the vision using tea pitchers filled with kale, blackberries, lamb’s ear, anemones, scabiosa pods, gray lukadenron, spray roses and a bunch more beautiful greens. She also added pine cones, chestnuts, feathers, and little bushels of twigs to tie in softer shades of brown.

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And for a little romance, they wrapped votives in crocheted ribbon. Lovely.

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And then the super cute favor table where guests picked up their hand-stitched recipe books and chestnut favors. Jillian made a few cupcake liner garlands that have been so popular around the blogs, but updated them with rounds of vintage fabric and lace.

So cute! We’re going to post the tutorial later this week.

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Cute or cute? We’re thinking this is another piece of excellent inspiration for upcoming gatherings.

The amazing vendors:

Host: Karen Mordechai of Sunday Suppers

Photography: Karen Mordechai

Design & Styling: Jillian + Sunday Suppers

Flowers: Roundtree Flowers

Calligraphy: Paperfinger

Chef: Casey Solomon

And then some links to the supplies:

Vintage fabric: Jane Says Vintage on etsy

Zinc tags: Heather Bullard

Barn siding wood (for centerpieces): Olde Good Things