I had a few hours yesterday to play, so I prepared a fall table with flowers from the yard (a few faux thrown in for good measure)!
It was such a beautiful day! Temperatures in the 70's and not one drop of rain--yea!! So I took it outdoors, because in a few weeks I will be inside for a lonnnng time!
I used a Raymond Waites tablecloth, probably purchased at Marshalls or TJ Maxx, in fall colors.
I used flowers from the yard arranged in a wheelbarrow.
This cute guy has hydrangeas for hair, wish I had those curls!
I loved this shot, because you can see the sky! Such a crisp, autumn day!
A burlap runner grounded the centerpiece.
A combination of rustic chargers, and fine china was used.
The top layer of china consists of a bowl and salad plate, which is Princess Anne, Signature Collection. The green and gold are perfect fall colors. This was my mother's china.
The next layer is a white and gold Limoge, which I won at an auction.
Last layer is Courtyard Gold by Lenox.
Not sure of the stemware patterns.
Napkin rings have a place to add a flower, in this case they are holding orange and gold faux flowers.
Candlesticks add a bit of bling.
Silverplate is Baroque by Godinger.
Looks a bit spooky at night~
Good night to all! Thanks for stopping by! I am looking forward to the weekend--my son is coming home from college and I haven't seen him since August! Can't wait! I appreciate your kind comments, and I look forward to visiting with you very soon!!