5 Spring & Summer Table Settings

Welcome to the 349th Tablescape Thursday!

For this week’s Tablescape Thursday, I’m sharing five tablescapes from summers past. These were all fun tables to create…hope you enjoy!

Click on the title of each table setting (or the photo) to view that tabelscape in detail.

Monkey Business

Summer Table With Hula Skirt Tablecloth


Whimsical Kitchen Bridal Shower Tablescape

Kitchen Bridal Shower Tablescape


A Romantic Dinner For Two

A Romantic Dinner for Two Amid the Flowers


Summer Dining With An Edible Flower Garden Centerpiece

Watermelon Centerpiece for Summer Table Setting


Dining with the Seagulls

Nautical Beach Table Setting Tablescape With Lobster and Crab Plates


Looking forward to the wonderful tables posted for this Tablescape Thursday!

Tablescape Thursday

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  1. thank you for the fun today Susan! I hadn’t seen the Monkey Business table before, adorable!

  2. Oh how fun to see all these again! I always loved that romantic dining for two one!

  3. As always I am inspired by your creativity Susan. I have been reading your blog for a long, long time and I enjoy it every time I open a post!

  4. Great inspirational ideas!!!!

  5. CityMommy says

    Susan, please know that I am lifting your Kitchen Bridal Shower tablescape in its entirety! But must ask, where do you store all these items? Do you have a double-secret storage facility your family is not aware of (I watch a lot of Hoarders :). Thanks much!

  6. Thanks for the round-up of your whimsical tables Susan! I love seeing your monkey business table again πŸ™‚

  7. Susan, those are all fun tables. Somehow, I had missed the Monkey table. How cute that is. I remember pinning your edible centerpiece, because I was going to do it some day. (I have good intentions when pinning, but hardly ever follow through.) Thank you for hosting.

  8. Susan, for years now I have always wished I could be/been a guest at your lovely home for dinner or luncheon on your awesome porch with your amazing tablescapes. You are such an inspiration.

    Thank you for hosting, nice to be joining in on the fun today. Hugs.

  9. These are just as beautiful the second time around!

  10. Your dinner for two is one of my favorites, but I have the say the flower garden comes in close behind. All your tables are very inspiring, fun, and beautiful. Thanks for hosting this great link-up each week!

  11. Gray Matthews says

    The table settings are so pretty…..hate to disturb it all with food
    May I ask what kind of storage do you have for all your beautiful dishes etc.
    So talented.

  12. I enjoyed seeing all of those, don’t remember some of them, so glad you posted again!

    I’ve been MIA a while (busy with family wedding!) Happy to be back!

    Thank you for hosting!


  13. These are beautiful, Susan!

  14. Thanks for a wonderful party!

  15. I really like each of these 5 settings. I think “Dining with Seagulls” is my absolute favorite, however. This would be a perfect tablescape for my home and/or garden, since I only live about a 5 minute walk to the beach. Using a net was very clever, and I love the lobster & crab plates! You have quite a talent for creating lovely environments.
    Michelle from simplysantabarbara.blogspot.com

  16. Gorgeous tables, Susan! I still love, love, the romantic dinner for two, which is the one I first saw on Pinterest, and led me here…..so glad, and I love the picket fence centerpiece, how charming and creative!!

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