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July 23, 2009

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Any more workshops on the rise?!

Looked fab!

How utterly delightful...I wondered how any blogger could get so many A-list advertisers..now I know. Thank you. Penelope

beautiful and imaginative! can't wait to use limes in my next arrangement!


Please make a video of this arrangement and post it. I miss your sweet voice!

The green of a living lime next to the ivory blooms is uplifting and elegant. I very much like keeping things to green, white and brown. It's a combo I never tire of, and it always works in my house. I've no cutting flowers in the yard, but I'm always walking out back to clip branches, leaf topped stems, and shrubs or vines with white blossoms. I also happen to have a new lime tree, so that will be going into the mix as well!

(p.s. There's a great pic on the Tango Life website of you cracking up at the Vamp's birthday party)

Would love to see a video or more info on the flower arranging and especially your use of solar salt.

So lovely! I was just in Kansas City at the beginning at the month. I wish our dates would have coincided because I would have loved to have taken your class. You need to come to Texas!

Eddie,

Once again, you leave me feeling inspired. Thank you.

Happy Friday!
Debbie

I think green is truly one of my favourite colours! I just love that unique arrangement you did!!

Such a talent you are Eddie!

Beautiful as usual! I love chicken tarragon salad and now I just have to make some. Thanks for reminding me I haven't had it in awhile.

Eddie great shot of you and your work framed between those two tall tapers! Love the hint of your idea of using solar salt as a runner at a wedding with white arrangements on top. More info please! How about a whole post on wedding ideas!!?

Gorgeous Eddie! You all have the magic touch! Hope you all had a great trip.

I followed along on Twitter and I LOVED it. The simple color combo was my favorite- and the limes just make it go over the top :)

Eddie,
You and Jaithan are amazing!!! Not only does the table look beautiful but your food selections and plating is off the good taste charts. Your blogs are such an inspiration to me.

Well, as usual..you have done it again.
The flower arrangements are simply stunning. You are so talented, everything you do is perfection. I am in awe.....

Best to you and Jaithan.

Kary

You guys are amazing! Eddie- There is not one table setting you've done I haven't liked. You are an amazing inspiration and I think you would have been the perfect judge on Design Star.

Welcome back! Feels like you've been gone for ages!

xoxo
Evy

could you please give more information on the modern wine glasses and where they can be purchased? i've been looking for this style for ages and the ones at crate and barrel are too heavy. many thanks!

So fun to see the table setting - and two of my friends at the workshop! Miss you already.

What a wonderful workshop...please come to L.A. soon. Would love to attend such a great experience.

what a beautiful table...I so wish I could have attended!!!

Oh so fabulous. That closeup shot of your arrangement is breathtaking.

WOW, these turned our marvalously!!! I'm forwarding this post fo my BFF whose upcoming wedding will feature a Chartruse/Black/White color scheme - and these flowers are perfection :-)

What a fabulous tutorial. Many thanks!

Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous. Love these colors (as they were the main 'pop' of inspiration in my wedding....) These arrangements couldn't be more lovely!

Eddie & Jaithan,

I had a wonderful time at the workshop! Can't wait until the next class!

Jenny Steffens

Welcome home, by the looks of it you and Jaithan had a fabulous time.
Have the weeds over taken your garden, thay have mine.
XOXO

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