Tuesday, May 14, 2024

Tablescape for Spring and Summer

I got my mom this face tool and these pajamas! My code SUMMERWIND works on the face tool. I can't wait to try it out, too. 

Shop the Tablescape:
Tablecloth (in Columbia Blue)// Set of 8 Vases

I haven't tablescaped in quite a while... yes, I just made that a verb. I miss very little about those Pandemic times, but having more time to set more elaborate tables was nice. It takes time and effort to create and clean these up, as most of you know from creating your own! We have been so busy that I just have not had the time to create like I used to! But it felt so good to do so on Sunday for Mother's Day! 

My husband made his famous Ooni pizzas at my mom's request, which are delicious, so it was a casual dinner. I served a Caesar salad to pair with it and then a berry pie and chocolate cake for dessert! It was a fun night! 

I thought I would link some of the pieces I used for the tablescape! There are several good Amazon finds in the mix, like this Tablecloth, this Set of 8 Vases, and these adorable Votive Lamps.

These White Dinner Plates continue to be a favorite of mine. We registered for them for our wedding and use them weekly. I think the white really lets the food pop and the weight of them is very elegant without feeling fussy or too 'fancy' for daily use. They're also dishwasher safe, which is big for me. I hardly use our Herend pieces because you have to hand wash them! 

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Anonymous said...

I kindly recommend for the next time iron your napkins before the picture. Will look better :)

Sydney Carver Snyder said...

Anonymous, they're linen and not a formal hemstitch. They are supposed to have that casual, natural rumpled look, not meant to be pressed/pristine! I think they look great, and since it is my table/dinner party, that's all that matters! And for what it's worth, this is after ironing them.


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