Here Mary Carol Garrity and her staff created a fun and whimsical table
in black, white & lime green.
Round quilted mini check placemats were used, and of course they were black & white!
Mini cloches on stands can be used for a special dessert or take home party favor.
Zinc frogs are dancing gleefully around the table.
Notice the oversized birdcage on the back wall…it is filled with ivy and white pottery.
I think her chargers for this table were framed pictures.
Who says silver balls are just for Christmas? No way!! Calla lillies, twigs from the garden and various silver balls are nestled
haphazardly in the zinc planter with pedestal base which adds a dramatic flair to the table.
Black serving trays with antiqued brass handles are used as chargers. Rectangle and square dinner plates are sandwiched
between lime green napkins. Creamy white soup toureens top off each placesetting.
Above the table is this chandlier with aged brass shades.
Don’t be afraid to use those twigs! Here twigs are wired onto the ceiling and also the existing chandlier to give it
some added character. It looks like she had pots of ferns wired on to the chandlier as well…but I can’t remember exactly for sure.
Wired onto the twigs are clear glass votive cups which resembled an upside down cloche to me. Fill these with clear glass marbles or gems
or simple votive candles in the colors of your tablescape.
Remember to use something that doesn’t compete with the flavor and aroma of your cooking!
I suggest Vanilla or French Vanilla….even better would be unscented tealights in clear plastic not the metal tealights.
I sometimes will save my plastic tealight containers after they have burnt out and then reinsert a tealight that originally came in the metal packaging while discarding the metal.