Welcome to the 363rd Tablescape Thursday!
Thanks so much for all your great suggestions yesterday! Appreciate those so much!
With Labor Day weekend upon us, I had fun putting a patriotic tablescape together out on the deck.
The whole time I was working on this table, the tree-form hydrangea on this end of the deck kept poking me in the head. 🙂 Taking a photo behind the hydrangea gives this tablescape a “secret garden” feel.
Since I wasn’t able to find any red geraniums for the pots behind the table this summer, I created a flag garden for this table setting, instead.
Flag dishware is by Warren Kimble and the pattern is Colonial. I found it on eBay several years ago. Gibson also made a set that looked very similar with the pattern name, “Americana.”
I didn’t think to take a photo of each of the plates. The small appetizer plate on top is covered with ants. 🙂
Flatware is also by Warren Kimble.
Getting dark now…
Do you have big plans for Labor Day?
Resources for this tablescape:
Dishware: Warren Kimble, Colonial Pattern, Bay
Stemware: Noritake Breeze
Napkins: Pottery Barn a few years ago
Flatware: Warren Kimble, Colonial Pattern, eBay
Napkin Rings: Pottery Barn a few years ago
Tablecloth: Probably Marshalls or HomeGoods…can’t remember now
Looking forward to the wonderful tables posted for this Tablescape Thursday!
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That’s so visitors to your blog will be able to find the party and the other Tablescape Thursday participants. Requiring a link back also prevents businesses from linking up to sell their products. (Yep, that really happens, unfortunately.)
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Please do not link up table settings that were just recently shared in the last few weeks for Tablescape Thursday.