This is the fifth and final 4th of July table setting for this year. You will see lots of repeats on this table from the other tables that I did (links at the end). I love this striped tablecloth, it’s a busy one!
I wrapped the napkin around the plates on this table, saves using a napkin ring and it’s a fun change. I found the napkins and tablecloth at Kohls a few years ago. The place mat is from Pier 1.
I bought the blue ruffled salad plates online at Ballard Designs. They were called Southern Living.
If you read my tablescaping blog posts you have seen this dinner/charger plate before a few times. It is from Pottery Barn, the pattern is Cambria in red. A charger plate needs to be about 11”-12” in diameter and this plate is about 11 3/4”. I keep looking at the other colors because it is a great plate and can be used as both a dinner plate and a charger. It is microwave and dishwasher safe too.
The second charger is my Antique Beaded plate from Williams-Sonoma a few years ago. I have used it before on my 4th of July table settings.
I used my red Waterford Marquis Brookside goblets again for this table setting. If you read my blog you have seen this goblet recently in a few tablescapes. I think if I were starting a tablescaping hobby, a set of red goblets would be one of my first purchases. They can be used several times a year. I bought the blue goblet at Pier 1 sometime this past year I think. I love this shade of blue and the etched design. I also like the height of the goblet.
I bought the frosted white flatware on sale online at Wayfair a few years ago, it is made by Cambridge. It is 18/0 so the fork tines are a bit sharper than I would like but I really liked the frosted color. Wayfair has really good sales on flatware sometimes. I have used this flatware often the past couple of months.
Can’t remember where I bought the metal star place card holders. I have had them for years. The set came with three navy, three red, three turquoise, and three white in the set.
I have had this Uncle Sam Nutcracker for many many years. He is a smaller version of the large Uncle Sam Nutcracker on my Stars and Stripes tablescape. I can’t remember where I bought him. He is standing on my Pottery Barn Rhodes drink dispenser stand to give him a bit of height.
Found this salt and pepper at an antique mall several years ago.
Found this at an antique mall too. It looks like the US Capitol but it is actually a bank. The slot is hidden on the back.
I’ve had fun creating five 4th of July table settings this July. To see the others, click on these links: