Y'all know I love a theme. Once I start with a theme, I can't seem to stop myself. That's why I have another humorous napkin presentation on this table. (It may also be humorous to some that I just noticed when posting these pictures that I reversed the placement of the salad and dinner forks.)
After seeing the bunny ear napkins on my Easter tables, I'm sure you're not surprised to see these. This is supposed to look like a basket handle. It is not supposed to look like our salad bowls have a tooth ache! After you untie your basket handle, you will have a napkin and a wine stem. I folded a floral paper cocktail napkin to put inside the wine stems.
Each place setting begins with a leaf-shaped place mat, topped by a pastel charger. There are four different colors of chargers. That's because I bought them from a going-out-of-business sale, and these were their samples. The salad bowls are Audrey by Pier 1 Imports.
The dinner plates, Roslyn by Syracuse China, were an estate sale purchase.
Vintage pink water goblets were another estate sale purchase.
I also used Audrey by Pier 1 Imports for the bread and butter plates. You'll be seeing these often during the Spring and Summer months.
A small pastel basket at each place setting holds cuttings from my miniature climbing rose bush, along with a place card. I think the applique flowers that I put on the place cards were in a box of things I bought at an estate sale.
Three metal baskets, purchased from a junk store, hold faux potted roses.
Of course, the bread had to be served from a basket.
There is also a basket for the salad dressings.
And there is even a basket with after-dinner-mints.
Thank you for celebrating May Day with me.
This post is partying with Centerpiece Wednesday at The Style Sisters and Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch.