Today I'm sharing a quick tablescape I put together the other night. It was too warm to use the oven so a crisp green salad topped with grilled chicken strips was on the menu.
I used my Martha Stewart / Wedgwood rose plates with some vintage flatware.
I love mixing old and new ...
Arcoroc Rosaline pink stemware creates a little sparkle. A gorgeous shade of pink with raised swirled ridges. These glasses, made in France, mix nicely with other pieces.
The pretty centerpiece is vintage depression glass from the 1930's. This bowl was made by Fostoria Glass Co. in the 'Fairfax' pattern.
All I added was a floating candle with some pink rose petals from the garden.
This beautiful vintage napkin with cutwork and monogrammed with the letter "H" was a treasured find. I purchased the set of five for $1.80!
A vintage inspired tablecloth is one of my favorites with its pink flowers and soft green leaves.
A bird's eye view ...
Thank you for stopping by tonight. My door is always open for you! I am pleased to be joining the following blog parties and hope you will visit our wonderful hostesses.
Table Top Tuesday @ A Stroll Thru Life
Centerpiece Wednesday @ The Style Sisters
Tablescape Thursday @ Between Naps on the Porch
Open House Party Thursday @ No Minimalist Here
Home Sweet Home @ The Charm of Home
Open House Friday @ Bernideen's Tea Time
Pink Saturday @ How Sweet the Sound
Resources:Dinnerware: Martha Stewart / Wedgwood Rose Plates
Stemware: Arcoroc Rosaline Pink Depression Glass
Flatware: Vintage finds
Centerpiece: Fostoria Glass Co. 'Fairfax' pattern
Napkin Rings: Lenox 'Chirp' from Macys