Tuesday, November 23, 2010

{Giveaway} Fancy Chandelier Party Pack!

I interrupt my Thanksgiving posts to bring you my next giveaway. And let me just add that I don't normally mix holidays. In other words, I don't become Christmas obsessed until Turkey Day is OVER {although I did cave a tad this year and put on a Xmas CD last week}. Because this giveaway revolves around holiday entertaining, I thought it was important to get the ball rolling since Christmas is just around the corner!

I created this holiday collection last year when I threw a little Christmas cocktail party. I used very traditional colors on this invite and of course, I love the fancy chandelier! Fun and sophisticated!

Included in this giveaway:
~ 8 fancy chandelier holiday invitations & coordinating envelopes {size 5x7}
~ 10 fancy chandelier tented food cards {they will appear blank so you can fill in}
~ 12 cupcake toppers/food picks

1. Leave me a comment on this post telling me your favorite color combination for Christmas {ie: traditional red & green, etc.}
2. Become a follower of LIME {and leave me a comment on this post telling me you did so!}

All entries due by Friday at midnight {you've gotta be quick to win this one, girls!}. Winner will be announced by Monday, November 29th using random.org. Products will ship Tuesday the 30th so winner can mail her invites in a timely fashion!

Not throwing a holiday shindig this year? What about next year? These are timeless! ***OR*** Ditch the invites and use the tented food cards and toppers/picks for your Christmas entertaining needs!

Okay, not another word about you-know-what until Friday ;-}


  1. my favorite christmas color combo is red and white (the color of traditional candy canes). i do my whole tree in a candy cane theme :)

  2. I love green and gold...perferably with a little sparkle :)

  3. Nothing in my home (aside from my family) is as treasured as my dark mahogany dining room table. Every Christmas for 14 years I have used the same centerpiece--a large gold trimmed bowl surrounded by a gold tipped boxwood wreath (TJ's) and filled to overflowing with gold ornaments of every size and shape--some fruit, some tiny musical instruments, gilded pinecones, some long and twisted, gorgeous fish, gold dusted sea shells. Some sparkle, others are a muted gold. It is opulent and simple at the same time. For that reason, DARK RICH WOOD AND GOLD, ACCENTED WITH NATURAL GREENS are my favorite Christmas and Holiday colors! Love your beautiful 9 month old! Happy T-giving, Kate XO Mare

  4. This blog ROCKS! Every time I visit, I am continually amazed at your creativity.
    ....and Red & Gold are lovely together for the holidays.

  5. Hey Kate...I love your blog and website! I feel like I am addicted! You have such creative/clever ideas. I love blue and white for the holidays. I decorate alot with snow people! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!

  6. kate, you know i love traditional red and green for Christmas. i am your biggest fan!! kvm

  7. Adorable! I love it. I'm going with traditional Christmas colors! I'm already a follower :) Have a very Happy Thanksgiving!

  8. Kate, what a fun way to hear about the different color combos and what they mean to others....mare'-I can picture your beautiful table:), I would have to say I favor maroon and gold, with some cream tossed in for accent....Happy Thanksgiving!Love, Mrs. Schulte

  9. Kate I love the invites they are amazing! Love this site too!!!