Last week, I attended a dinner hosted by Target (dreams really do come true, y’all) and Camila Alves. The dinner was a chance to meet some new people and check out some beautiful Christmas tablescapes (all created for less than $200 using Target products), but it was mostly a chance to raise awareness about Camila Alves’ and Matthew McCounaughey’s Just Keep Livin foundation.
All photos courtesy of Target.
The j.k. livin foundation was created to teach kids about the importance of the mind/body connection through fitness and wellness programs in areas where kids might not otherwise have access to that information. They focus on fitness, wellness, nutrition and service. Currently, they serve schools in California, Texas, Louisiana and Washington D.C.
This dinner, which was hosted at The Joule in Dallas, was full of beautiful decorations, amazing food, and holiday inspiration. And there was a photo booth. Which apparently you need SKILLS for, because, mine just turned out awkward. But I’m awkward. So it’s totally okay and I kind of love it.
At the event, Target donated $10,000 to the j.k. livin foundation. We also got a chance to meet Camila Alves and check out the stunning tablescapes created by some super talented style makers! Check out their beautiful work below.
All tables were created for less than $200 using Target products (WHAT WHAT!).
This table was created by Camila Alves. It was a whimsical and colorful table with cute little kid-friendly details (making it the prettiest kids’ table I’ve ever seen, seeing as mine usually eat at a card table or a plastic picnic bench we bring inside for the holidays…ha!).
Dallas lifestyle blogger Amy of Dallas Wardrobe created this next table.
That candy cane placeholder…I can’t get enough!
This next table, which is probably what a table would most look like if I designed one (COLOR! COLOR FOR MILES!) was designed by Kimberly Whitman of Southern Living.
This last one is from Camille Styles at CamilleStyles.com. I can’t stop staring at these orange bouquets.
ORANGES, you guys. So pretty!
Which is your favorite Christmas tablescape?
You can learn more about the j.k. livin foundation here.