Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Earth Day Tablescape















For my Thursday Family Dinner, I choose an Earth Day/garden theme. I used a dark green tablecloth covered by a second, lace, tablecloth. My everyday Pfaltzgraff Tea Rose dishes lent their pastel florals and I coordinated marigolds in decorated peat pots as my favors. Just for fun - I am serving dirt pudding with gummi worms as dessert.

I purchased my dining room chairs at an auction last fall. I convinced my poor son to spend a freezing cold afternoon in a drizzling rain while we waited until the entire contents of a house were auctioned - the furniture last. There were so few hardy souls left by then, that I ended up with TWO truckloads of winnings to cart home!

I am new to tablescaping and new to blogging, too! I really enjoy looking at everyone's lovely tables and find them very inspiring.

9 comments:

  1. What a great theme. You did a nice job pulling it all together. I love the little flowers as favors.

    Hugs,,
    Joanne

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  2. The little potted plants just topped it off. So cute. Be blessed. Cindy

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  3. Simple and romantic. The counts the most.

    Happy TT...

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  4. The potted marigolds and "dirt" dessert add so much to your Earth Day table! I know your family will love it!

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  5. I love the table and the dirt pudding--perfect for Earth Day! Can't wait to see what you got at the auction--good things come to those who wait!! Nice to "meet" you! Thanks for stopping by!

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  6. What a pretty dining spot you have. This is a wonderful Earth Day table - love the potted marigolds - favors? or are you going to plant them -- either way - very cute! Thanks for your sweet visit - you're a welcome guest anyday!

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  7. Hi, your dining room with the nice table looks very cosy. The pooted margolds are a brillant idea.
    Greetings, Johanna

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  8. So pretty and your tablecloth is gorgeous!

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