This week Cuisine Kathleen challenged us to do a Let There Be White tablescape. White isn't a color as far as I am concerned...everyone knows I ♥♥♥ lots of real color...so this was hard for me.
I started with a white on white embroidered organdy tablecloth and white Battenburg type napkins.
The sterling flatware is International Frontenac, circa 1903.
The charger plates are Royal Staffordshire. I haven't had time to look up the pattern. The dinner plate is Tabletops Unlimited Chantilly and the salad plate just has a B inside a shield. The chargers and dinner plates were found at Savers and the salad plates at TJMaxx about 5 years ago. I have them in aqua and green also.
The green stemware is also from Savers...$2.99 for 4. Not sure who the maker is, but seems like I have seen similar ones at Pier One Imports.
Today, July 30, is our 25th wedding anniversary...Howard got me this beautifully colorful bouquet, so it will serve as the centerpiece.
Thanks for taking the time to visit today...do come back the next time.
I will be joining Cuisine Kathleen for Let's Dish and hope that you will go over to check out all of the other inspiring tablescapes.