Inspiration for this tablescape started with this faux cotton.
I spotted it at Michael's a couple months ago and had to have it. I have lived in FL for almost 50 years, but I grew up in north Alabama cotton country (Huntsville, AL) I've always had a fondness for anything using cotton!
I bought a few other things to complete the cotton centerpiece. This hydrangea made of burlap was perfect in texture.
Can you see the edges have a touch of sparkle gold.
The next color needed was green:
And the rustic wooden tray works really well
Then I remembered this wide ribbon I purchased last year:
I also decided to not use a tablecloth as first planned. I like the rustic look on the oak table.
Don't you just love the cotton!? Brings back memories. I didn't live on a farm, but my grandparents did and I remember the cotton fields, even though I never "picked cotton!"
Square cream plates topped with a green dinner plate on top of twine place mats:
Cream handled flatware. Double napkins are green with off-white eyelet. The napkin rings are made from the ribbon.
I'm very pleased with how it all turned out!
Here's a place for you!
There's also gold on the edge of the crystal goblets, to tie in with the gold on the rose!
A different angle of the centerpiece, from the back side:
I hope you like it as much as I do!