Ode to Summers Past: Tablescaping in Green

Welcome to the 621st Tablescape Thursday!

Green has always been my favorite color for as long as I can remember. When I think of Green, I think of spring and summer, beautiful gardens, forests walks, vibrancy and life. Every year when the calendar turns over to August, I always find myself wishing for the same thing: that summer wasn’t going by so fast.

I’m currently away from home, visiting family and helping with my grandsons, so I thought it would be fun to look back at a few of the tables I’ve put together these past 12 years in that beautiful color I love so much: Green!

Hope you enjoy this “Ode to Summers Past” collection of tables, all dressed out in beautiful shades of Green.

Click the title of any table setting below for more photos and information about that particular table.

Dining with Metlox Poppytrail Sculptured Daisy

Metlox Sculptured Daisy, Summer Tablescape

 

Spring Table with Ma Maison and a DIY Tiered Planter Centerpiece

Summer Dining on Screened Porch

 

Spring Table with Daffodil and Moss Centerpiece

Easter Tablescape with Bunny and Jonquil Centerpiece

 

Limelight Hydrangeas for a Romantic Summer Table

Soft Summer Table on the Porch, Limelight Hydrangea Centerpiece

 

Delphinium and Bunnies for Spring

Spring Table with Delphinium Centerpiece

 

A Late Summer Table with a Lemon Magnolia Centerpiece 

 

4o Shades of Green

Green & White Table Setting, Limelight Hydrangea Centerpiece

 

Happy Summer to you! Looking forward to all the beautiful tables linked for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!

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Comments

  1. Thanks Susan, I love seeing all your pretty tables from the past!

  2. They’re all so beautiful Susan – the greens are lovely on your table! It must be so nice to be back with your family. Hope you have a wonderful stay!

    Thanks as always for hosting this great party, and Happy Thursday!

  3. This is a fun post–green is my fave as well. Loved the magnolia/lemon arrangement, especially with candlelight. I’ll make a reservation for that one!

  4. franki parde says

    Those were “the days” my friend, we thought they’d never end…franki

  5. Cynthia Blaylock says

    I loved all your green-centric table settings, especially the first one. I love green too and a couple of years ago when I started easing my home furnishings out of the green/red/gold Tuscan phase, I kept the green and added in ivory and taupes. It is so peaceful, but also so difficult to find much in green fabrics, accessories, pillows, etc. You would think with everyone (from politicians to interior designers) being interested in “green,” there would be an abundance of it, but there isn’t. I don’t understand it because it is such a natural color, with so many different shades.

  6. Susan, I would be hard-pressed to pick a favorite here as they are all gorgeous. I remember seeing those daisy plates on a previous post and thinking how beautiful they were. Seeing them again, I think they are just as beautiful as the first time of I saw them. So many beautiful details…

  7. Brenda s. Lawrence says

    OMGosh Susan, green is my favorite too! I love these green table settings, they are so pretty. I also do the same thing when August rolls around, as I am not ready for summer to end. I love fall too, but that just means winter is right around the corner and that I don’t love as much. I mean I love the 4 seasons, but winter just lasts way to long for this ex southern gal! lol Have a great time with your family! Hugs, Brenda

  8. Thank you so much for hosting! This week I am sharing 15 of my favorite audiobooks, and our wall mural from a vintage fishing ad! Hope you are having a great week!

  9. Love them all but those Daisy dishes are my fav. Great vintage vibe. Thanks for the party.

    XO- MaryJo

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