Another patriotic table setting in my tablescaping series for 4th of July this year. I decided to get everything out and create several tables at one time so I could use some of my favorite dishes.
More repeats here from previous table settings except for the salad plate and dinner plate and the different blue goblet.
I bought this melamine star plate at Sur la Table, can’t remember if it was last year or before.
This dinner plate came from Sur la Table this year, I bought it on sale online. Their melamine plates are really good quality, a heavy plastic.
This large dinner/charger plate is from Pottery Barn, 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.
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 already this spring in a couple tablescapes. Can’t remember where I bought the napkins, I have had them for a few years. The tablecloth came from Crate and Barrel, I have had it for a few years.
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. HomeGoods is selling this pattern in clear right now. I bought a set because I love the fact that they are a bit taller than other goblets and the design goes with everything. 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.
These metal star place card holders have really gotten a work out on my recent tablescapes. I think I have used them almost every time! Can’t remember where they came from.
This set of creamers or small pitchers makes me laugh. We are a two party household so when I saw them I had to have them. They are from Fitz and Floyd, I can’t remember where I bought them. I have had them for a long time.
I can’t remember where I bought the salt and pepper shakers. My family jokes because sometimes I put special salt and pepper shakers on the table and forget to fill them!
This Heartwood Creek angel was designed by Jim Shore in 2003. It is no longer being made. It is called “I Pledge Allegiance To The Flag”. It was licensed by Enesco Group, Inc.. I love her sweet little face. The angel is standing on my Pottery Barn Rhodes drink dispenser stand to give it a bit of height. I have a large collection of vintage doilies and I suddenly remembered that I had a few red, white, and blue ones. I really like how this doily adds a bit of excitement to this table.
Red, White, and Blue, for me and you!
This is Table Four in my 2019 4th of July Table Series. You can see the other three tables with these links: https://www.whispersoftheheart.com/blog/2019/5/29/uncle-sams-table and https://www.whispersoftheheart.com/blog/2019/5/29/stars-and-stripes-forever and https://www.whispersoftheheart.com/blog/2019/6/3/flags-and-more-flags and https://www.whispersoftheheart.com/blog/2019/6/24/stars-and-stripes-and-uncle-sam