One of our granddaughter's turned 13 last week, so we had a birthday dinner with bling for her. On top of a glass charger with a gold bead rim, I used a girly dinner plate (Royal Doulton). I bought this set of plates at an estate sale a few years ago.
I have two sets of blingy napkin rings with only four rings in each set.
On this table, I mixed the two napkin rings sets to secure gold striped napkins. I used this plastic stemware because there is a gold colored ball at the base of the stem.
I added a little fun to the table with sparkly pompoms in a vase filled with gold netting and a string of battery powered Christmas lights.
The table runner is gold mesh from my Christmas décor stash. Gold rimmed, lacey etched glasses for candles added another feminine touch.
I put the last of the pink roses from our garden in stemware etched in gold.
I think the table made our 13 year-old granddaughter feel grown up. S-h-h-h, don't tell her she's still a baby in the eyes of her grandparents.
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