Good morning, friends! Welcome to my favorite day of the week…Tablescape Thursday. I hope that you are having a great week and enjoying this wonderful time of year. It is unbelievable how fast this month is flying by. It has been cold here in Oklahoma, and we may see some snow this weekend. My kids are really excited and have their fingers crossed that they will get to put their sled to good use.
Today’s tablescape takes on an elegant theme. It is simple but pretty. I chose to use plain cream colored china accented with pops of red that can been seen in the accessories adorning the table.
For the underpinning of the table, I chose a simple cream lace tablecloth.
An antique clover table, that belonged to my Grandmother, serves as the perfect spot for serving tea.
The Limoges tea set is over 100 years old and belonged to my Great Grandmother. I use this tea set often because its neutral color lends itself to being the perfect accompaniment to many different china patterns.
For the place settings, I chose to use my Mikasa English Countryside mixed with the Limoges china plates and cream soup bowls. Each place setting is anchored by a linen cream placemat and gold charger plates. The crystal is Mikasa Golden Tiara.
The centerpiece consists of a Christmas floral arrangement flanked by gold angels. Christmas greens and red baubles are scattered about the base.
Thanks so much for stopping today. I hope that you have a Happy Thursday and a wonderful weekend! Merry Christmas!!!