I started with a bold chartreuse and white checked tablecloth and napkins of the same shade. Notice the dandelion seed heads on them! Can you tell I am wishing for spring to hurry up and arrive!
The plate layer starts with a white beaded edge charger plate, a chartreuse dinner plate, then another beautiful beaded edge luncheon plate followed with a basket weave salad plate and finally a chartreuse double handled soup bowl. The chartreuse/ white appetizer plate to the left of the forks is for the rolls.
Pretty edging on the Mesa International charger.
The only glassware I thought would go is clear glass or an olive-y green stem...y'all knew it would be the olive-y one I would choose, didn't you?
The stainless flatware is International, don't know the pattern. I had a gift certificate on Amazon and this was one of the items I purchased, probably about 5 years ago.
The centerpiece "vase" is what I usually keep my oatmeal in. I bought it many years ago after being told it was vaseline glass...it definitely isn't though. I wanted white flowers, but the grocery store didn't have any...their selection was almost nil so I took the only bouquet of alstroemeria they had, which happened to be pink.
I am so happy you took the time to visit today, thanks so much. Please come back next time.
I will join
Foodie Friday/Rattlebridge Farm
Table It/Rustic & Refined
Mesa International charger/Savers (Replacements doesn't list a pattern name, just their code MSA8)
Chartreuse dinner plate, no backstamp/TJMaxx several years ago
Royal Cauldon luncheon plate/eBay
Pier One Basket Relief salad plate/Pier One via Goodwill
Double handled chartreuse soup bowl/World Market
Polka dotted appetizer plate/222 Fifth/HomeGoods
Olive-y green stemware/Savers or Goodwill
International stainless/Amazon 5-6 years ago
Chartreuse "vase"/Phoenix Flea Market about 25 years ago