This light and bright Easter tablescape combined styles of depression era glass in both green and clear. There are Fostoria sherbet glasses with Candlewick candle holders. I love the greens and whites with a touch of pink coming through the lace tablecloth and in the table scatter.
This Valentine’s tablescape was a combination of old and new. It has my mother’s water glasses, my grandmother’s dishes, and some antique Ruby dessert cups!
This table setting is a combination of old and new. The charger came from Hobby Lobby, the plates were my grandmother’s that she bought from Strawbridge and Clothier (those of you who are from the Philadelphia area will remember that store.) The Ruby dessert cups I picked up at a local antique store. The candy bowls are made from peppermints melted into bowls for a touch of whimsy, and have red M & M’s in them.
This view of the table from the other end shows a clearer view of the candy dishes with M&M’s. The napkin rings are actually shower curtain rings upcycled to napkin rings! The taper candles have a little sheen to them which add an elegance to the table.
This view of the table shows the combinations of red and white which celebrate Valentine’s Day colors and themes!
This adorable snowflake name card added such a nice touch to the silver and white theme of the table.
The leaves here are just finished falling, so I thought they would be a nice touch to add to this tablescape.
The plates are from Hobby Lobby and are on a beautiful charger from Target. The napkins are doubled up with a plaid from Walmart and a nutmeg from World Market. I love plaid during this time of year and it was a bargain find to get these nutmeg ones to match my plaid!
The centerpiece has these beautiful red/brown/caramel candles with real pressed leaves and table scatter leaves as well.
We are back to school as crazy as this year has been, this is still one of my favorite tablescapes!