Welcome to the 90th Tablescape Thursday!
The cold weather is finally gone. It’s time for the soft breezes of fans whirling over head…
Hope you enjoy a touch of the beach this spring day. Toward the end you’ll find a change in the centerpiece…just couldn’t make up my mind.
Napkin Rings were made by hot gluing sea shells onto plain, white wood napkin rings. The white wood napkin rings came from Kohl’s.
Plates are a HomeGoods find. Flatware is by Hampton Forge and it’s available here: Hampton Forge Argent Sophia
The first centerpiece was made by adding faux moss to a milk glass bowl, then adding shells and candles.
Blue stemware is from Dollar Tree…
Starfish candle holders were found in Marshall’s.
A change in the centerpiece:
I think I like this centerpiece better.
Which one do you like?
Getting dark out now. Is there anything better than candlelight and the night sounds of croaking frogs and chirping crickets.
Maybe one thing…catching the Blue Hour.
Chargers: Horchow, 2-3 years ago
Dinner Plates: Big Lots, Clarendon, 2 years ago
Salad Plates: HomeGoods, a couple of months ago, Brand is Mesa
Stemware: Dollar Tree, a year ago
Flatware: Available here: Hampton Forge Argent Sophia
Napkins: A Classy Flea
Napkin Rings: Plain wood napkin rings from Kohls…on which I hot glued shells
Tall White Pillar Candle Holders: Colonial Candle
Weathered Beachy Votive Holders: Colonial Candle, “Weathered Picket Fence”
Starfish Votive Holders: Colonial Candle from Marshalls
Milk Glass Compote: Antique Shop, a year ago
Large Silver & Glass Candle Holder: Marshalls, a year ago
Looking forward to viewing your beautiful tablescapes!
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