Wednesday

Tablescape Thursday

Inspiration for today's Tablescape Thursday came from a former tablescape I did a few months ago.
Do you remember these fresh red roses I used in this tablescape using my initial plates?
I had cut the rose stems very short to stand in four little candle votive holders. After a week I noticed the roses were drying in place, the petals hadn't opened up before they started drying.

I like the way they look and decided to do a tablescape using the dried roses in the centerpiece.


I used this pretty planter (found at T.J. Maxx for $7.99, a few months ago.)
Faux Maiden's Hair greenery brightened up the dried roses. Several dried roses were scattered on top of the metal mirror that makes a nice base for the centerpiece.

I used the butterscotch yellow dishes (from TJ Maxx) the flatware from Home Goods, the chargers from Ross, and the glassware from Dollar Tree.

I hope you like the dried roses centerpiece,
(roses recycled from a former Tablescape Thursday posted back in April!)


Thanks to Susan for hosting Tablescape Thursday! Go here for lots more inspiration.

Below picture taken without the flash. I like the way both look, with and without the flash!
Which do you like best?

Have a happy day!

God Bless.

Katherine

14 comments:

Beth said...

Katherine, I remember those dishes from your prior tablescape. I confess I didn't remember the roses, but oh how nicely they've dried. Nice table, and I like the pic without the flash best. Love your yellow rose arbor photo too!
Beth

Mimi said...

Katherine, the roses dried beautifully keeping so much of the color. I love those butterscotch dishes...I had the same ones but gave them to a friend when raved about how beautiful they were.

The Tablescaper said...

It's so coll how those roses dried. Love the yellow plates.

- The Tablescaper

D said...

Very elegant, and different table. The flash makes the color of the vase and flowers stand out, but the non flash pic is good too. :)

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

How neat that the roses dried so nicely! Love your dishes!

Alaina said...

The red rose one for sure. Those monogramed plates are my favorite. Nice tables.

Creations By Cindy said...

It is so pretty Katherine. Love the dried roses. Be blessed Cindy

Barbara said...

I like the no flash picture best. The flowers dried nicely. This way you get to really enjoy them for a long time. I love those monogrammed plates from your earlier post. Your chargers are so nice. I am on a mission to find some that don't cost a fortune.

GWENDOLYN said...

Both tablescapes are very pretty.
Blessings~
Gwen

Bill said...

Hi Katherine,

It makes it very interesting that you often present tablescapes with multiple options and let readers choose their favorties. I always like them all!

Your roses dried beautifully! You asked if the ones I used a while back were dried yellow roses. Actually they were white (creamy white) with little streaks of green. I like the shade of brown they turned, although I suppose brown flowers would sound depressing to most people!

I hope you have a wonderful weekend!
Warmest regards,
Bill

Cottage Rose said...

OH how beautiful your table setting is,,,, the center piece is just gorgeous,,,, I just love how the deep dried red of the roses match the vase...I also love the yellow dishes mmmm yummy.... beautiful table...thanks for sharing...have a great week.

Hugs;
Alaura

Debbie Moore at Slice of Pie Entertaining and Cookbooks said...

Very nice! ... love the roses ... like them better with out the flash.

Sweetladyelaine said...

Very pretty centerpiece!I love roses and these just make your table sparkle. Thank you for sharing!

Barbara Jean said...

WOW! Gorgeous table.

blessings

barbara jean