Luncheon inspires creativity

Creativity was clearly in bloom at the Rancho Santa Fe Community Center’s Spring Luncheon on March 18, held at the Inn at Rancho Santa Fe. Women purchase tables for the luncheon and then decorate the tables thematically – everything on down to the place cards.

There was a Del Mar horse racing table and a Florida table, covered with brightly striped beach towels and topped with a big pink umbrella and sunglasses at every setting.

A Parisian table had pearls draped all over and pink poodles on every chair.

The Princess table had a Barbie as a centerpiece over a champagne fountain and each woman got a sash with their name on it.

Most impressive was the table with a beautiful dress adorned with flowers and butterflies as a centerpiece.

Outside, women enjoyed the sunny day on the patio with shopping and a bar tended by husbands Paul LeBeau, Ed Bushor and Alex Kaiser.

Purchase photos

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