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Photo Competition: Win a $100 Voucher

Table Decoration Photo Competition

At Koch, we are always looking to inspire our customers but now it’s your turn to share your latest creations. We will be hosting our very first photo contest. Just submit your best photo that features table decorations for your chance to win!

Show us how you have used table decorations to set the mood for an event, wedding or party. Submit your image by attaching it to the comments below. We will pick a winner once the competition has closed.

Who can win? Anyone in Australia

How do I enter? Attach a photo of your best table decorations with a short description in the comments.

How long do you have? Until midnight, Sunday, 18th of August.

Who will judge the winner? You don’t need to have the best photography, entries will be judged by our panel on creativity & uniqueness.

What are the prizes?

$100 Koch & Co Gift Voucher for 1st place
$50 Koch & Co Gift Voucher for 2nd place
$25 Koch & Co Gift Voucher for 3rd place

So what are you waiting for? Post your entry below to enter. Don’t know where to start? View our  glass vases,  candles & candle accessories, silk flowers & event decoration products available at Koch. You can also check out table decorations inspirations gallery or our table decorations pinterest board.

Terms & Conditions apply. Contestants may only have one photo per entry. The deadline is Sunday, 18th of August 2013. Winners will be announced on the blog. Submissions that do not follow the guidelines will not be considered for entry.

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62 Responses

  1. I love Koch! All of these products minus the fresh dendrobium orchids were purchased at Koch :))) I love Koch its the female equivelant of Bunnings!

    This was for my best friends 30th Birthday Party. I managed to get so much purchased from Koch and for an incredible price!

    Thank you!

  2. Kara Klosterman

    I made these yummy chocolate bouquet centrepieces for a Baby Shower. Boxes, cello, florist foam and floral tape are all from Koch.

  3. A birthday bourquet for a friend’s daughter. Cello regale, non woven wrap, ribbons, shiny decorative wires, card, lady bug and bird were all bought from Koch.

  4. Michelle

    This was for a girls 21st birthday with a spring theme.

    I made the stand with polystyrene rings and a mirror on top. I wrapped ribbon around and secured with diamontie pins and attached butterflys on each tier of the stand. All brought form the fantastic Koch store.

    Cookiecupcakes!!

  5. This was Lolly Buffet was created for a photo shoot at Meadowbank Receptions by Classique Event.
    Tea lights, ribbon, some glassware and some flowers were from Koch.

  6. Marcelle

    My daughter’s Year 6 Father/daughter Dinner Dance “An Enchanted Evening”
    Fairy lights,Butterflies,Artificial Ivy,Moss,Black stones,Vase,mirror,tea light holders and candles,bambino buckets and butterfly boxes all from Koch.The girls got to take home the little Buckets with fresh roses the butterfly boxes (filled with heart chocolates) and a butterfly each from the branches as a memento.

  7. Our recent bridal fair stand using lolly jars. varied sized vases and bottles,test tubes( on bamboo Wall) twine,diamontie details.Hanging pear shape and round glass baubles.All from Kosch. We did use all fresh flowers in the display.

  8. Alison Furtner

    3 different size square vases filled with acrylic rocks and a submersible light in each on a square bling edge mirror with votives around the bottom. The flowers are fresh.

  9. Renee

    My Arrangements business set up at the markets! These were some of the examples I had on my table display. Koch boxes, tin hampers, teddies, cello paper, ribbon, and cards were used to make up my gifts.

  10. Cora

    One of the wedding decoration, the couple loves ice cream and had an ice cream theme for their wedding , so I recycled some ice cream cups and put them together with glue gun as a container, and then put fresh flowers and little fresh apples on it.

  11. My daughter and I came up with this scroll gazebo cymbidium orchid idea as an alternative to a ball of flowers in the top of the tall martini glasses. It looked fantastic at their wedding reception.

  12. I made this table centre for my mum for mother’s day 2013 we both love Koch always a great girls day out 🙂 This design contains Koch: vase, Ikebana stay put kenzan flower holder, coloured sand and black pebbles.

  13. My stunning Winter Wonderland Gala night, this night was held to raise money for The Carevan Foundation. Centre pieces where made from pieces from Koch. Mirrors, vases & tea light holders

  14. diana

    I had purchased everything for her 2nd birthday party but coudnt celebrate because my grandpa passed away 2 days before her birthday. So I keeped everything for her 3rd birthday and used it

  15. Marguerite

    My sisters transformed our simple outdoor space into a glorious Arabian Nights themed room for my Hen’s Night. Doesn’t it look magical?!!

  16. Stephanie

    A small section of an Overgrown English tea-party spread I did along a beautiful 7m table. The food was mixed in with all the flowers and decorations so guests had to “pick” their food from the garden. We even had little birds and fairies hiding in there for the children to scavenge for.

  17. Alison Furtner

    A Christmas Centerpiece made from a polystyrene cone covered in cord and leaves made from ribbon with silk magnolia at base on bling mirror with votives and star made from aluminium wire and bullion wire.

  18. Mary

    This is a picture of the lolly buffet at my sons Christening 2 years ago. At that time I didnt know about Koch and searched high and low for nice apothecary jars and i struggled for weeks.
    I managed to pick up what i could from all over the place and borrowed ordinary jars from friends and family.

    I have since found Koch and couldnt believe the awesome range of apothecary jars that they stock and wished i had not known earlier.

    On the bright side, now every time I have an occassion, need a gift or just simply want a new homeware, I go there and find exactly what I need and more. No more searching for weeks until i find what i want. I have bought a variety of gorgeous things from there and although I live out of the area, I make time to drive 50 mins to get there because I know it will be absolutely worth the trip.

  19. A table centre for my Christmas table. Fresh apples and mini paradise pears used with dried lotus pods. From Koch the lovely long white trough, tartan ribbon and the red artificial apples with berry sprays

  20. Kylie McLean

    This is from my recent Wedding. Vases filled with diamond confetti, purple and white pebbles, led lights and guppies on square mirrors. Tea light candles scattered on the table and handmade purple tissue flower dahlias filled with candy.

  21. An “All Koch Bridal Table”. The vase, the LED branch, the candle holders,the flowers, the fairy lights and the wire deco balls were all from Koch

  22. These are some arrangements I prepared for a recent 30th Birthday Party at the house of the Host. My brief considered that the event would be casual, but still a significant occasion for the birthday girl.

    The host enjoys the comforts of home and close family, so I kept the styling simple, feminine and organic to compliment the leafy surrounds.

    The outdoor canopy was adorned with a chandelier, floral bunting and hanging pots adorned with artificial leafy vines.

  23. Flora Lo

    This wedding reception table arrangement was created based on the theme “Love Nest”, using pilsner glass vase, doda vines for the birds nest with twisted willow underneath. The birds, silk roses and silk hydrangeas were from Koch.

  24. Belinda M

    My table decoration was for a high tea/cocktail party.
    We were going to be drinking from cocktail glasses (Yum!), but I wanted to keep with the vintage high tea feel, so I tied vintage tea cups with ribbon to hang from my chandelier lamp to create a center piece. I filled glass decanters (decorated with satin ribbon bows from Koch) with a cocktail blend for guests to ‘mix their own’ cocktails. I finished off with some stacks of old books, an apothecary jar filled with lollies and a mix of silk flowers from Koch and some posies of real roses and baby’s breath. Floral scented candles added to the romantic feel and left a delicious scent throughout the room. It was a big success!

  25. Pingback : Love seeing inspiring interior design, wedding and event ideas? Have a look at the amazing competition winners from this design challenge. | The Koch Blog

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