Candy often used her extensive collection of tablecloths as her inspiration. So, Pat pulled out a bright and cheery placemat and designed our table around it to remember a truly gifted tablescaper.
The table - definitely not a table for the faint of heart
This is the bright and colorful placemat that Pat chose for her starting point
The place setting - as you can see, Pat used several different colors, but with Fiesta, they all blend together well.
Flatware is "Musee" by Reed & Barton
What could be brighter than a Marigold colored flowered napkin ring holding a shocking pink and a bright orange napkin?
The bowl is a Shamrock green color
Not a good picture, the luncheon plate is in the new Lapis color
Lemongrass dinner plate
This is actually a pretty Periwinkle Blue color - sorry, the picture does not show it off well
Marigold Bread and Butter Plate
Our newest color - Poppy cup and saucer
These light blue glasses are from Pier 1
Turquoise color Jam jar and sugar and creamer set
This tiny rose colored pitcher is a gift from my niece
"Keep Calm and Call if Fiesta - not Fiestaware." Yes, Candy, I will try to remember...... and Thank you for sharing so much talent. You will be missed.
Where it came from:
Placemat - Tuesday Morning several years ago
Flatware - "Musee" by Reed & Barton from Horchow's
Glassware - from Pier 1 years ago
Fiesta Dinnerware - by Homer Laughlin from Macy's, Kohl's, Replacements, eBay, and gifts
Napkins - Handmade by Pat
Napkin Ring - Handmade
Candle Holders - from Tuesday Morning
Candles and Silk Roses - from Michael's
We will be joining Susan for "Tablescape Thursday" at Between Naps on the Porch: http://betweennapsontheporch.net/