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Saturday, October 24, 2015

Lakewold Gardens' Fall and Beautiful Tables Showcase - 2015

It's already a tradition on this blog, this time in October:
 Lakewold Gardens 17th Annual Beautiful Tables Showcase: 
October 22-25, 2015, 10a.m.-4p.m.
Here are several views of the enchanted autumn gardens and some pictures of the beautifully decorated tables.

"The Beautiful Tables Showcase honors Eulalie Wagner, the former owner and visionary behind Lakewold Gardens
who is duly noted as a consummate gardener and hostess. 
Her elegant soirees are legendary and this event evokes her gracious spirit while offering the visitors ideas 
to continue the tradition of entertaining at home".

To be continued - there are MORE beautiful tables!

***Copyright 2015 TatyanaS


  1. The garden looks wonderful, especially in that shot of the Japanese maple underneath the large tree. The tablescapes are always fun too. I especially like that one with the mossy table runner. Not very practical, but whimsical.

  2. Every year I come here Tatyana to see Lakewold tables. Thank you for your lovely pictures. I'm looking forward to see more!

  3. Fabulous! I love how you went back and forth, capturing the indoors and outdoors. Once again they've done a gorgeous job.

  4. Betty from OregonOctober 24, 2015

    Love all the tables but the trees/foliage/trunks are wonderful!

  5. As always I love seeing things through your eyes and camera lens. I was drawn to the table called Mid Summer's Night. So romantic and rustic. It was a beautiful day.

  6. In this part of the country, decorated tables are frequently featured in a 'Ladies Night' dinner for various charities and such. Beautifully decorated tables are one of my favorite things to see. You've captured them well, thank you. I look forward to the next group.

  7. What a stunning place! It looks like it's still quite mild in your part of the country? Just a touch of autumn color, but still some green. The outdoor views are the perfect backdrop to the beautifully decorated interiors.


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