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Southern Magnolia Tablescape!

Southern Magnolia Tablescape

A magnolia tablescape is the perfect expression of southern hospitality. 

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The Details:

When I first spotted these magnolia plates a couple of years ago at Pier One, there was no question that they would come home with me.  The silk magnolia napkin rings are also from Pier One.  

Gold seemed the perfect accent or my magnolia tablescape.  When I spotted this bottle of Gold Prosecco I knew I would add it to my tabletop AND menu!

Square gold chargers frame my pretty plates.  For a little extra glitz, I added a second dinner plate in gold beneath the large magnolia plate.

The foliage and the magnolia blooms are from the trees in my yard,  Our larger magnolias have finished blooming, but our small ones are still sharing their fragrant blossoms.

Gold flatware from West Elm and gold-dipped wine glasses complete the gold glitz added to the table.  

I used the same magnolia dishes when I styled Dining Alfresco on the Front Porch.  

Green and white napkins were layered together and tucked into the napkin rings.  

The whole picture:  

This magnolia tablescape is a classic look that is perfect for a dinner for any special occasion.  Magnolias are such a classic southern thing, you can also see how to Make a Golden Magnolia Leaf Wreath.  

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Chloe is the creator of Celebrate & Decorate. Chloe is passionate about having a comfortable and well designed home - she also loves to entertain family and friends. Learn more about Chloe. Follow Chloe: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, YouTube

11 Comments

  1. Beautiful table Chloe and being able to grab fresh magnolia from your tree must be heavn.

    My stepmom says she should have been born in the south because she loves magnolia. She would’ve loved these plates . I would have bought them for but missed out.

    Cindy

  2. Oh oh oh! How beautiful! Love how the gold accents make it all quite stunning!

  3. Such a pretty table! It has inspired me to set a similar table this weekend for Sunday dinner. You didn’t mention anything about the placemats. I loved the extra green they added. Will you please share a source for them? Thank you. I enjoy your blog very much!

  4. Beautiful! There is nothing more Southern and decorative than a magnolia. I really miss that from my garden! Your tablescape is lovely.

    1. Thank you Rita. I miss so many things about gardening in Ohio. I keep doing research to see what I can grow here in Florida!

  5. Soooo pretty Chloe! I have wanted to do a magnolia tablescape all summer and just haven’t gotten around to it! The gold is the PERFECT accent, and the proseco bottle is fabulous!

    1. Thanks so much Jenna. I selected gold because there was just a little bit of gold on the magnolia napkin rings. It turned out to be the perfect accent.

  6. What a joy to be able to go outside and pick beautiful magnolia blooms. I echo Rita’s sentiment and I would hold on to that gold bottle for a very long time. Beautiful table dear friend!

    1. I am so lucky to have them still blooming out in the yard. I am really beginning to learn what I can grow here in Florida and will be anxious to have more blooms I can cut and bring indoors.

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