Welcome to the 419th Tablescape Thursday!
Mary, a reader of BNOTP, shared some wonderful photos with me recently. She is an avid gardener and grows a lot of beautiful hydrangeas in her garden.
Mary enjoys using hydrangeas in arrangements and centerpieces all around her home.
She recently shared some pretty table settings with me including this wonderful summer table with a tiered centerpiece filled with yummy cupcakes and desserts. I see Macarons! Macarons have really become popular everywhere in the last few years. Can you believe I’ve never eaten one! I need to correct that sometime soon. There’s a French bakery and restaurant near where I live, I bet they would have them.
Mary shared some tables that would be beautiful for fall, too. She found the chargers and yellow plates she used in this table at Target. The purple wineglasses are also from Target, online. The crystal glasses are Waterford.
Mary found the floral swag she used in the centerpiece for this table in Hobby Lobby and embellished it with hydrangeas blooms from her garden. That’s such a great idea! If you don’t have a lot blooming in your garden when setting a table, you can always use an artificial arrangement as the base and add real flowers to it. This is also a great idea for garland at Christmastime, embellish it with natural elements like pine cones and magnolia leaves.
So pretty! I love the soft pink color of the hydrangeas!
Here’s the same table with a slightly different centerpiece.
Love the golden pumpkin, adds a little sparkle and glam!
In this table Mary used a Churchill pattern called, Wild Life. Mary found the clear salad bowls in HomeGoods and her chargers/placemats in Target. The flatware in this table is from Wal-Mart and is part of the “Pioneer Woman” line that they carry.
Mary made her centerpiece from a fall wreath and a large candle holder. Her amber glasses were a find in a garage sale
Mary, thanks so much for sharing your beautiful tables and wonderfully creative centerpieces! Love them all!
Looking forward to the beautiful table settings shared for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!
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