I’m so glad that you are here. If you have been around for a while, you know that I love vintage, silver, crystal, my garden and tablescapes. Today, I put that all together and I will show you how I created a woodland tablescape. I’m so excited! Let’s go.
I started with my favorite vintage table. It has such lovely details. It’s not very big, but it really packs a ton of gorgeous details. These are some of my favorite vintage chairs as well. All of these things I have found very inexspensively at vintage markets.
I used a natural moss table runner. Then I used a wood round as a riser under the vintage silver 3-tiered stand, get a similar one here. Aren’t these salt and pepper shakers adorable? As I’m doing these tablescapes, I’m realizing that I am following in my garandmothers foot steps, as she collected many salt and peppers shaker sets. This thrills me, she and I had a wonderful relationship.
I love using vintage plates, you can barely see that I have a gold rimmed plate below, then I topped it with a small eucalyptus wreath ,then a vintage salad plate. You can get the wreath here.
Each month, my cousin and I try to get together and go antiquing. We live three hours from each other and don’t get to see each other often, but when we get together, we have a grand time. Last month, I found these gorgeous antique silver birds. I have seen them in vintage stores over the years, but the price was quite steep. I was thrilled when they fit into my budget.
I potted some spring flowers in silver containers, a trophy, a sugar bowl and a small wine bucket. I added birds, a bird nest and some tiny quail eggs. Did you know that inside some quail eggs it is the most beautiful color of gold? It’s truly fascinating the details that God put into His creation.
Hugs and blessings to you,