These adorable dragonfly napkin rings came Pier 1 (which sadly is going out of business) and went perfectly with the greens of the table. The blue accent in them added a pop of color as did the blue bead tablescatter.
I love how the light from the window shines in on the centerpiece candle and the rest of the table.
This tablescape is a tribute to our July 4th celebrations! It is full of the patriotic colors we love and a little bit of whimsy for fun!
This table setting has red, white and blue galore! From the red napkins encircled by a blue star to an American flag silverware holder. The centerpiece includes little white lanterns with flags with table scatter to create some whimsy.
Here’s a close up of the American flag silverware holders. I’m sure there is an official name for them, but just being practical! The little stars that hold them together are just fasteners pushed through the material. The flags are 25 cent flags from the dollar store! I love how these turned out!
Here is a close up of the little lanterns and table scatter. I love the color the table scatter adds to the white tablecloth, and the lanterns are just a cute touch with the flags pushed in.
Here is the whole table again from an angle. I love how festive it is! Feel free to share your tablescapes with me and enjoy your 4th of July parties and celebrations!
Whenever June rolls around, my thoughts turn to “going down to the shore.” It has been a family tradition to go on vacation to the Jersey shore. I grew up going there every summer and the sights and sounds of the shore will always thrill me!
This tablescape is my homage to the shore. The seashell candle holders and the large shell candle holder add the beachy feel to the scene. The small conch shell is real and found by my son when he was young on the beach!
This table setting is simplistic with no layers (and I forgot a spoon! oops!), but it fits with how we would do dinners at the shore. Simple and delicious!
Have to show off these little gems! They are mini-grills which remind me of grilling out down by the beach, or in the backyard. They are made with chocolate candies, Mike n Ike candies and black icing.