Late Summer Sunflower Tablescape
The faux hydrangeas have been put away and my flower pots filled with fall colored florals. These artificial sunflowers in shades from cream to deep orange are the perfect centerpiece for the table on my front porch.
I decided to make my own napkin rings for this tablescape, starting withPVC rings from the plumbing department at Home Depot. I used my glue gun, attached two leaves and one sunflower blossom to the PVC ring.
The sunflower napkin rings were the perfect complement to my sunflower plates. I folded an orange napkin inside of a brown one to complement the colors of my centerpiece and my dishes. My table and chairs on the porch is the perfect spot for a sunflower-filled tablescape.
Brown silky ribbons were tied at the bases of my yellow goblets. My green leaf placemats made the perfect backdrop for the oversized square dinner plates.
I will be sharing this at the following link parties: Tablescape Thursday
Gorgeous, love those plates! Lucky you to have gold tone flatware to echo the warm colors of the sunflowers.
Thank you Carole! I love those plates!
What’s not to like about a sunflower themed table? Love the napkin rings you made…PVC is great stuff! The plates are so pretty and I love the shape.
You are right Donna, what is not to like about a sunflower table? Thanks for stopping by!
I love sunflowers, and I love your sunflower themed Tablescape. The plates are wonderful and so are the PVC napkin rings’
Hi Pam, I love sunflowers too! Thank you so much! Funny this went live today and now my patio table is sitting in my living room!
Where did you purchase your green leave placemats.
Hi Alice!~ . Thanks for stopping by! I bought those at Pier One Imports.
Since I adore sunflowers, this is the perfect table for me. So very pretty and perfect for this time of year.
Thank you! I fell in love with these lovely sunflower dinner plates!
Glad to hear from you Chloe. This is such a festive and inviting table. I like those plates as well, the placemats complement them so well.
Thanks so much Edmee!