This centerpiece was luscious. I loved the arch crafted of grapes and florals. The colored crystal posey vases were delightful.
The reticulated charger and the layered napkins added texture to the design.
Tissue paper was cleverly used to craft the centerpiece for this tablescape.
I want to say this is a Herend pattern, but I shall willingly stand corrected if one of you knows more about this dainty pattern than I.
Okay all you napkin ring collectors. This rose napkin ring was so impressive. I wish I had been able to inquire about current availability. The soft green goblet was the perfect color.
A second table laid with the Schuman Empress Dresden Flowers appeared a bit more regal because of the gold glass charger plate. Placed around the floral centerpiece...party favors became part of the design.
My picture of the floral design shows the colors more accurately here. Photography involves a steep learning curve for me.
The designer of this table mixed and matched with two classic china patterns. Another beautiful floral centerpiece graced the middle of table. I wonder what this table would become with colored crystal goblets?
Mottahedeh Blue Canton is one of my favorite patterns. I really liked the cobalt tumblers. I wondered if the B&O Railroad mugs were party favors for the guests?
The train centerpiece might be a delightful centerpiece for a Father's Day table.
I hope that you are able to discern how beautiful this table is...
...despite my photography shortcomings. The exotic bird dinner plates were magnificent. The hostess for this table made the tablecloth and all of the placemats and napkins. They were meticulously constructed. I was agog!
This was definitely one of my favorited tables.
The Fitz and Floyd turkey tureen was the perfect centerpiece. Notice how the aqua accents in the turkey...
are perfect with the turkey plates and the handpainted cups and saucers. The terra cotta under plate was the spot on contrasting color for this table. The wooden acorns of assorted sizes were hand made by the hostess' son. The cups had belonged to her grandmother. I'm not normally a huge fan of turkey plates, but if God looked kindly on coveting, I would be first in line. They are magnificent!
That's enough for this week. I'll share some additional tables next week.
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This week I'm joining:
Inspire Me Tuesday with Marty @ A Stroll Through Life
Tablescape Thursday with Susan @ Between Naps on the Porch.
Dishing It and Digging It with Vanessa @ DIY Designs