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Saturday, September 2, 2017

Bridal Shower Inspired Tablescape In The Dining Room

Last week I showed you the Bridal shower inspired tablescape in the Breakfast Area-
The beautiful floral arrangement in the Dining Room were calling for a tablescape too.
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Mr. DIY took out the leaf so the table was back to it's regular size. I left the tablecloth, the burlap runner, the wood round with candles and my grandmother's salt and pepper shakers.
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I just shopped the house for placemats, dishes, utensils and wine glasses. The china is our wedding pattern Limoge Artois Green. The salad plates are from HomeGoods, as are the placemats, napkins and wine glasses.
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Oh, I love those flowers...
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If you missed the Hosting A Bridal Shower post, you can find it HERE.
The Breakfast Area Tablescape can be found HERE
The post on the Fabulous Flowers can be found HERE.

1 comment:

  1. That's so beautiful Pam. I missed the first post about the shower. Love the big white planter. What a pretty dining room- I've never seen it since you moved in. Can you believe how fast this summer has gone? I hope you won't get bothered too much by Hurricane Irma as it makes it's way inland and crawls along the coastline. This hurricane season has started out crazy.

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