I served a salad in clear glass bowls, which I put in “campfire skillets”, and the salad dressing was in the little boot jiggers at each place setting.
Vintage cowboy toys decorated a side table. Yep, that’s the cowboy wannabe when he was a little bitty cowpoke.
While the cowboy ripped into some birthday gifts, I reset the table for dessert. Of course, as soon as I had the table ready, everyone rushed over to get cake and ice cream. So…… I wasn’t able to take photos of the table. The following day (after I had removed a leaf from the table and redecorated the side table with Halloween instead of cowboy, I recreated the dessert table for a photo session.
The centerpiece for the dessert table was these cute candy kabobs that Sarah at Hyacinths for The Soul sent me. (Obviously, Sarah knew my sweetheart would be getting another cowboy table soon.) I think the grands didn’t realize they were edible, so I was able to re-wrap them and save them until the next night, when the grands came trick-or-treating. Sarah, I loved having these for a great centerpiece, and my grands loved getting them in their trick-or-treat buckets. Thank you for all of the fun these darling kabobs provided at my house!
I’m so glad you visited my blog. Please come back Friday evening and link a post about some of your favorite things. laurie