I am really excited to share with you some of my blue and white, plus some silver for interest; and I am tickled pink to link to Tablescape Thursday hosted by Susan at Between Naps on the Porch.
I had to light the candles right away because it is raining cats and dogs, so the sun has faded.
I searched a long time to find just the right blue Iced Beverage stems. I'll be serving 'the house wine of the South', iced tea of course. I made Jasmine blossom iced tea.
I was going to use blue and silver San Remo flatware (click HERE to see), then I thought about the curly q's in this flatware and decided to use it.
Do you think this flatware imitates the curvy design in the dinner plates?
Here are the layers.
I sat a silver urn on a square Scarborough dessert plate.
Tea for one on this counter top vignette
After dinner, I plan to relax with a cup of Double Bergamot Earl Grey tea.
Here's a place to rest my used teabag.
Thanks for stopping by to visit. Do you like blue and white china and accessories as much as I do? Leave me a comment and let me know. Take time to enjoy some other beautiful tablescapes at the 96th Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch.
Blue and White Dinner Plates; Round Dessert/Salad Plates; Square Scarborough Dessert Plates; Napkin Rings; Salt and Pepper Shakers; Two-Handled Vase; Tea for One; Teabag Rest; and Coasters: Bombay Company (Oh, how I miss them.)
Blue and Silver Jug: The Great Indoors
White Lace Chargers: Horchow
Flatware: Hampton Silversmiths Stainless China 270
Blue Hurricanes/Vases (with H2O on the rocks/accent beads and floating candles) and Alfresco Blue Iced Tea by Miller Rogaska: Tuesday Morning
Hemstitch Runner and Napkins: Living Quarters from Carson, Pirie and Scott
Silver urns with lids; stand; and blue and white urn with lid: HomeGoods