Is there such a thing as too much sunlight when taking pictures? Please excuse the washed out look of some of these outdoor pictures. We’ve had so much rain lately that the bright sun was a welcome sight. I can’t remember where I got the floral tablecloth.
A flower power place setting for outdoor dining.
I purchased the petal bowls and plates at a Pier One sale several years ago. For this table, I used two pink sets, and…
two yellow sets.
I think I got these melamine plates at Tuesday Morning a couple of years ago (Certified International, Jennifer Brinley).
For chargers, I used plastic paper plate holders that I bought at an estate sale one time.
The pastel striped flatware added some more Summer color. The beaded placemats were from a Kohl’s sale last year. I think I paid about $4.00 for each of them.
Two floral napkins have a yellow napkin underneath, and…
two of them have a pink striped napkin underneath. They are all held by faux flower napkin rings.
Plastic water glasses have different colors of flowers on the stems, and the pink plastic stems are for wine.
A jigger at each place setting holds a flower from our Althea bush. Two of the jiggers have pink and yellow stripes, and…
two of them have my Daddy’s monogram.
Can you see the flowers etched into the salt and pepper shakers?
Thanks for stopping by to see the flower power in the sunshine at our house. I am so thankful for this sunshine. laurie
This post is partying at Cuisine Kathleen’s Summer Whimsy Challenge, Fun in the Sun At the Picket Fence, Centerpiece Wednesday at The Style Sisters and Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch, and Seasonal Sundays at The Tablescaper.