On the Despierta America set
Venetian Creme and Gold -A
Blue Florence -B
Pink and Sage Floral -C
Olive Branch in Tobacco -D
Olive Branch in White -E
Petite Flowers -F
White Squares on White -G
Blue Dots on Lime -H
Lime dots on Lavender -I
Venetian Rust and Gold-J
Turquoise with a White Dot -k
Baroque Dark Brown and Pink -L
Black Baroque -M
Venetian Black and Gold -N
Hot Pink Contemporary -O
Blue Contemporary -P
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This product line is fantastic!
I have been seeing this product line at trade shows for a year or so and have hesitated to buy them.They look almost like expensive Organdy Toppers, I am not exaggerating! I have hesitated to bring them in, not because I have not been completely won over by the amazing disposable presentations they make, but because.....they are not made in America and they are a little pricey if you are covering a room full of tables. If you want to use a dark color liner any of our Like Linen products look beautiful under the Toppers too...it just makes the presentation a bit more luxurious
You can also use these Toppers over a real linen table cover and I promise you everyone will think it is the real thing! Some customers are also reselling the Toppers on Ebay as they can be hand washed and ironed as long as you put a piece of cotton cloth between the iron and the Topper.
The top photo (taken on the set of Despierta America) shows you how unbelievably authentic the Toppers look, but, I think I had better explain each of the sample photos I have offered here.
First, what make these look incrediably real, and that you can not see on the sample photos, is that each one has a finished sewn edge which adds body to the fabric...I mean material and contributes to fooling the eye.
A-Venetian Creme and Gold: Here I show this design over a cream colored liner. However, it also looks great over a white liner. It maybe even look good over any color but I have not tried it personally. It also comes in black and gold and is outstanding in a burnt orange and gold for a fall event, but I do not stock these so they need to be bought in units of 5.
B-Blue Florence : This is a show stopper and will turn any room into an extravaganza. I always use a white liner. I like it with silver accessories and lots of whites. For Univision I used lime green as an accessory color but any bright color would work...hot pink, orange etc.
C-Pink and Sage Floral: Perfect for a Wedding Brunch, Bridal Shower, Quince or Baby Shower. It also comes on a lavender backround but needs to be special ordered in units of 5 as I do not stock it. The green in the design can work with sages, light greens, even some limes. In my Univision presentation I used all those greens in my crafts and centerpiece container.
D-Tobacco Olive Branch: This is gorgeous over a creme ( I dipped our white Olfin in a bath tub of Tea) liner. I did an inspiration table in our warehouse cash and carry in Coconut Grove for Thanksgiving and people were fighting over them. For fall events this pattern in this color is sure to create a stir and surprise and delight your guests. It can be special ordered in gold but needs to be ordered in increments of 5 as I only stock it this way and (next) white on white.
E-Olive Branch White on White: Beautiful and looks good over any color....dark colors and pastels as well. For the Univision presentation I used it over a creme ( Tea dipped white Olfin) liner and it has become my favorite. It is rich and elegant and will fool all but the most educated eye. I know I keep promising but I am telling you this makes a fabulous presentation.
F-Petite Flowers: You can't tell that this is a white flower on a pink backround, which is what I stock, because I had to use a dark liner so you could see the pattern, however for my inspiration table I use it over a white liner and the pink does show quite well and transforms the room. It can be special ordered in units of 5 in a sweet yellow or lavender. I have sold it for Brunches, Tea Parties and Baby Showers (yellow for unisex or baby boys). The dark hot pink liner, I used to make the pattern visable, makes me think Petite Flowers can also be used over some other darker colors but I have not tried a room full of the pattern over anything but a white liner.
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