A Raspberry and Pink Tablescape
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A Kate Spade dotted raspberry tablecloth would serve as the base for my raspberry and pink tablescape.
Faux flat eucalyptus garland would be a foundation for a ribbon floral centerpiece. I bought my garland on Amazon.
When you add fresh flowers and fruits to the faux eucalyptus, no one will even notice that it is artificial.
I love setting a classic table with fine china out on the front porch. This china is Lace Point by Lennox.
Champagne coupes of raspberries are the perfect way to greet guests at each place setting. Cherries and plums are tucked in among roses down the center of the table. Two shades of pink napkins were layered and then tied with a pink satin ribbon. Plums and cherries add more of the rich color when tucked among the pink roses. When I selected this china, I wanted something that would be classic and in style forever. I wanted something with a little bit of color. The soft pink and gray of this pattern spoke to me.
Consider adding fruits or vegetables to your centerpieces for a creative difference that will impress your guests!