The inspiration for the table this week came in the form of candy canes. I hung them around a former betta fishbowl from a few years ago. I was going to fill it with Christmas ornaments, but being lazy I just plopped a small ivy in it.
I found this hand crocheted runner at Saver's for $1.99 a few months ago and couldn't resist it.
This table will be used for a soup and sandwich luncheon with a few girlfriends later this week. It is so hard to round everyone up on the same day this time of year!
The layers of dishes start with Wedgwood Hedge Rose, then the plaid Traditional Holidays by Home, and finally the American Atelier's Athena soup bowl.
The flatware is Oneida Afterglow sterling, which belonged to my husband's mother.
I used a plain black napkin with a white bow napkin ring and tucked in some faux greenery.
The glassware is clear with a red mottled stem. I have no idea who made them, but would love to find more.
The candle and candle holder are the same ones I used last week. This photo shows the lace runner pretty well.
Thanks for visiting today, hope you will come back next time.
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