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583 Responses

  1. Angela says:

    I choose B. I think the green in this centerpiece compliments the green wreath on the door, the shape of the centerpiece is repeated in the pitcher frames, table cloth, and door frame. The round shape of the tray and the ball ornaments in the centerpiece marries well with the shape of the plates, napkin rings, glasses, the red tray behind the #3, and the wreath. Most important the colors match. ☺☺

  2. Kay Cunningham says:

    B would be my pick for a centerpiece. It is less formal than A and goes well with the casual tablecloth and setting. C seems to fight with the checkered tablecloth.

  3. Dot says:

    I prefer ( A) because with the check tablecloth, it goes nicely looking like squares and circles per say.

  4. Dot says:

    I would choose (A) because the checked table cloth and the red tiny balls look good together.

  5. Tracy Gibson says:

    A. It gives the needed height.

  6. irmaarturo says:


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