Snow and Ice Winter Tablescape

 I'm joining Cuisine Kathleen's Let's Dish with a Winter Challenge tablescape, and Susan's Thursday Tablescapes. Click on their names for lots more inspiration. Thanks for hosting, ladies!

I didn't have to buy anything new for this tablescape. I started with a snow white Battenburg lace tablecloth.

I had planned to spray paint some chargers silver, but decided I like the way the china looks just on the tablecloth.

The dinner plates are from Dollar Tree. The salad plates are white with a silver band, they are from Marshall's. The tea cups are from Home Goods. The crystal look flatware and the crystal look napkin rings are from Ross.

The centerpiece was fun to do. I didn't put away these white decorations after Christmas because I was hoping to use them for Kathleen's challenge.

I couldn't decide whether to use the flocked white apples, or the ice-look bunches, so I combined them on a narrow silver tray.

Later I found this beautiful white rose and added it to the centerpiece:

 Next I found this little crystal bird in the china cabinet and added it:

 I also have a long crystal garland that extends the length of the table, you can see it below:

The sun was shining brightly the day I took these pictures, I was surprised how all the white made the pictures look almost black and white!

I decided to add a little green to the centerpiece. These faux ivy leaves are beaded
They look almost like they are sugared!

This little snowman wanted to join the fun, so I said, "Okay, just one picture."

Or maybe two:

 But I decided to stay with a pretty look instead of "cute"

With the rose, and apples and grapes:
 I think it has an elegant look:

 The cup and saucer is for hot coffee or cocoa, to warm you in the winter scene!

 Try not to think of our Florida weather! Actually, we are having some cooler weather here, just in time for my winter tablescape! But no snow and ice of course!
 Only on the table!

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 I hope you are having a happy wintertime!  Stay warm!



Anonymous said...

Katherine your snow and ice table is fabulous. I love the sparkle and white.

kitty said...

Katherine, I love the all white look, with just the touch of your greenery. I love how the snowman got in on it, too... good for him! I can see lots of uses for the flatware from Ross. I saw the flatware at my Ross today and was thinking about buying them. I may have to go back!!

ellen b. said...

Love the white on white and the added sparkles! Blessings...

Marlis said...

Would love to sit at this table!!! The tablecloth is sooo nice. I love the flatware.. what a lovely table! xo marlis

Debbie@Mountain Breaths said...

Your snow and ice table is very inviting. If we had a Ross, I would be buying that flatware!

Alycia Nichols said...

I think the only way I'm going to make it through this night is to think of your Florida weather. We are supposed to drop down way low into the single digits with wind chills below zero. NOT looking forward to that little scenario! My husband has to leave for work really early tomorrow morning, so I'll be out there (like every morning) seeing him off from the garage door in my nightie. I need to put a parka somewhere near that door!!! :-) You did a great job with the table in your quest to capture that icy, snowy look. I like all the frosted pieces in the centerpiece! Hey....I also like your cute new photo on the side with the hat and, of course, the yellow rose! Very pretty! I'm still on a little tablescaping break, but I hope to return next week. Enjoy the relative warmth of Florida and send warm thoughts toward the Midwest, please!!! :-)

Marigene said...

I love your white on white, Katherine. The flatware is icy looking and perfect for a winter table.

Sarah said...

Your snowy white tablescape is beautify. It's very elegant with the white on white and the beautiful crystal flatware.

Adrienne said...

Beautiful! What a winter treat to sit down at your 'snow-y' table!

Ayu Maselli said...

Good Morning Katherine,

Amazingly white table scape.I love the lace (white cut work table clothe).
You have set them very nicely and elegant. The Cristal garland such a pretty with the white roses.
Wishing you a beautiful winter days;)
love and hugs

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

Hi Katherine, Your white table is stunning! It truly looks like a field of snow. I would really enjoy sitting at this table. Linda

Chubby Chieque said...

Hello Lady K,

Your table is so elegant. The touch of white and the crystals really remind of the icy cold winter, like I am living.

A -22 deg centigrade can't be funny. But behind all those hardship of winter, there are beautiful and whimsical sceneries.

Greetings from frozen Stockholm
/CC girl

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Oh how lovely your all white snowy table looks! White on white is gorgeous and looks quite snow covered.

Rettabug said...

For a Florida gal, you did it up right! Very pristine! It also reminds me of the snow white sands of Siesta Key. Oh I wish I were there right now. LOL

Warm Hugs,

Susan said...

Stunningly beautiful!!!!

Kathleen said...

How beautiful! A winter scape from sunny FL!
I love how it looks, and the saucers are so lovely!
Thanks so much for taking the Winter Challenge at Let's Dish!

A Romantic Porch said...

That is so so so beautiful. Love it!
xo rachel