I bought this needlework tablecloth at an estate sale years ago. I've never used it, because it is impossible to iron. It puckers everywhere. Before I turn it into something else (or sell it), I decided to use it on this feminine tablescape.
Chargers in different pastel colors are the base of each place setting. They're different colors, because I bought them when a store went out of business. They had samples of one of each color for customers to choose which they wanted to order. The salad plates are Roscher.
Dinner plates are Syracuse China, Roslyn were another of my estate sale purchases.
I bought the lacy napkin sleeves from an Etsy a few years ago. They work great on a feminine table.
When our Hallmark store went out of business, I bought these little ceramic baskets. I've put a salt spoon in them as salt cellar substitutes.
I used pink Depression Glass stems for water or iced tea and my mother's wine stems.
The ceramic basket with ceramic napkin belonged to my mother. I'm using it to serve the rolls.
A pink Depression Glass footed server will serve the butter. I bought it at a friend's yard sale. People love to have a yard sale with me, because I buy what they bring to sell!
My Orchid was blooming, so I used it for the centerpiece.
I'm so glad to have you come by for a visit. I hope you come again soon.
This post is partying with Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch and Thoughts of Home on Thursday at Poofing the Pillows.