Friday, August 18, 2017

"cheers to junior year" tablescape

hopefully you saw my first tablescape post, earlier this week? if not, be sure to check it out since it features the first way that I styled our table for company. the following day, we hosted a "going away" dinner for my sister as she goes back to college for junior year. since our saturday night tablescape was set for four people, I had to make some changes to fit seven people at our sunday table. I love reworking flowers to make a totally different feel for a different occasion.



I used the same napkins as saturday, clean ones of course :) but I paired them with our casual china and galvanized napkin rings. we used our table leaves for the first time, which lengthened the table decor space. I took the mason jars out of the wood box and spread them out to better fit the space.




I am in love with these galvanized napkins from crate and barrel. I didn't put them on our registry, but when I went to the store to make an exchange, I saw them and had to have them! I initially wanted galvanized chargers, but I think the napkin ring is just enough of the 'farmhouse' touch.




"cheers to junior year" menu:
olives and charcuterie board
greek salad
fettucine alfredo with linguine and zucchini noodles
homemade pizza
garlic bread
mini tiramisus in mason jars

we had such a fun weekend hosting friends and family,  I love repurposing flower arrangements like here and here. I also loved trying some of ina garten's recipes, they turned out perfectly. do you have a dish or a chef that you always make for company?

napkins / chargers / table runner / napkin rings / casual china / drinking glasses / wine glasses / candle holders

4 comments:

  1. This is absolutely gorgeous! I love these super fancy tablescapes because my family was always super casual growing up.

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    1. it's fun to get a little fancy every once in a while :)

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  2. I love your tablescapes, & I agree-those napkin rings are perfect!

    xoxo, SS

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    1. thank you! I still think I need galvanized chargers... haha!

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