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Hometown Yuletide

Hometown Yuletide

  • Photos by Keith Borgmeyer | Styled by Andrea Lyn Seppo with Andrea Lyn Events and CoMo Picnics

The best memories are made when gathered around a locally sourced table.

A  Solstice Tablescape

Featured image above, left to right: wooden console table, Adam Swofford; pitcher, Dakota Parkinson, artist-in-residence at Access Arts; beeswax candles, Jacques Laboile, Bonne Femme Honey Farm; charcuterie, Graze by Carrie; ginkgo patterned platter, Jeff Ferguson, Bluestem; table runner and napkins, Erica Kroll, Handwoven by ELK; florals, Sellmeyer Farm; white olive oil dish, Cordon Bleu, Tallulah’s; small brass bowl and spoon, Tallulah’s; small scalloped pedestal, Tableau, Tallulah’s; lavender, Battlefield Lavender; cake, Wishflour Bakery; stemless wine glass and bowl, Jeff Ferguson, Bluestem; pewter base wine glasses, Tallulah’s; gray plates, Dakota Parkinson, artist-in-residence at Access Arts; blue bowl, Willow Stevenson, artist-in-residence at Access Arts. 

Good Tidings  

Left to right: gray plate and dark red bowl, Dakota Parkinson, artist-in-residence at Access Arts; table runner and napkins, Erica Kroll, Handwoven by ELK; lavender, Battlefield Lavender; periwinkle and sky blue mountain bowl, Willow Stevenson, artist-in-residence at Access Arts; beeswax candles, Jacques Laboile, Bonne Femme Honey Farm; wooden bowl, Ernest Hilderbrand, Bluestem; colonnade striped fruit bowl, Tallulah’s; florals, Sellmeyer Farm; periwinkle and sky blue mountain bowl, Willow Stevenson, artist-in-residence at Access Arts.

Gray plate and bowl, Dakota Parkinson, artist-in-residence at Access Arts.

Parties for Hosting

Wooden cutting board, Mark Johnson, Bluestem.

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