I’m back, as promised, with more tablescape ideas from our recent church fundraiser. They are just too good not to share!
Even the chair cover ties were perfectly coordinated, but wait!
And there were more of those pretty blue and white eggs on the table! I don’t normally think of blue and white as traditional Easter colors but now that I’ve seen this table, my mind is totally changed!
Reprints of the historical King George’s Land Grants written back in 1736 and 1737 to encourage Welsh Baptists to settle this region of South Carolina were on the table top which I found so interesting because the land on which our home is located was derived from this land grant.
This tablescape makes me want to run out and purchase this gorgeous china! Can you imagine the anticipation and excitement of pulling it out year to year to use?
Even the napkins were folded in the shape of an angel. I was admiring this beautiful china pattern as the person was putting his tablescape together. He told me that when he was serving in the Vietnam War that he took an R&R trip to Japan and purchased this set of Noritake china and sent it back home to his mother.
Each plate was so beautiful and I wish I could show you each one. The plates are decorative, of course, but we weren’t eating off the pretty plates. Our lunch was served on a clear plastic plate that fit on top of the decorative plate. (I know you were probably wondering about washing all these plates at the luncheon, weren’t you?)
But I really think it was those gorgeous blue goblets that set this table off!
See the monkey holding his hands over his ears! That’s what I’ve been doing a lot of lately. I’m still suffering from the worst ear infections that I’ve ever had, but I did see an ENT doctor yesterday who changed all my meds and I’m doing a bit better today.
I have a few more tablescape ideas left to share with you, and if you missed tables 1-5, you can see those HERE.