In the category "Tabletops Under $1,000 Each," Architectural Holidays of Amenia, N.Y., uses a blue and white palette for "Architectural Artifacts."
Architectural Artifacts uses plinths as place cards, each naming an historical architect as the guest.
Cosmopolitan from Syzygy Event Productions of Gaithersburg, Md., features a stunning uplit tree.
A closer view of "Cosmopolitan." This table was named winner in the category "Tabletops Under $1,000 Each."
Also in the "Under $1,000" category, "Elevation Evolution" from Tabletop Fashions puts seating at different levels to add drama.
A closer view of "Elevation Evolution."
Miami-based DECO Productions offered "Glam and Chic" in the "Tabletops $1,000 and Above" category.
A closer view of "Glam and Chic," named winner in the "Above $1,000" category.
The dramatic "Unlocking a Love Story" from Designer Events by Suzanne Nichols features a tall, feathery centerpiece.
A closer view of "Unlocking a Love Story," a finalist in the "Above $1,000" category.
From Manitoba Lotteries, the sexy "Temptation" tabletop, in the "Above $1,000" category.
A closer view of "Temptation."
A romantic vision in the "Above $1,000"--"Blooming Garden of Splendor" from Mosaic Inc.
A pretty detail from "Romantic Garden of Splendor."
The eternal mystery--"?? XX or YY??"--from last year's winner in the "Above $1,000" category, Rentals Unlimited.
A closer view.
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