Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Chartreuse and Fuschia

The Tablecloth Fairies and Dish Divas are all getting together on this special day to wish one of our members the Happiest of Birthdays!


To see more special birthday tables please check out the following links:
Becky at Random Musing of a Decolady
Daphne at Tabletop Time
and
Elaine at Dishing With CaraFaye



My Queen's Tears (Billbergia nutans) have started blooming just in time
for my friend Rebecca's birthday!  Perfect in some of Rebecca's favorite colors Chartreuse and Fuschia.  Happy Birthday Rebecca!


The vintage tablecloth is from California Hand Prints and is decorated
with tropical vines and Caladiums.  Lots of pink and green in vintage and contemporary items.  Details at the end of this post.
















Vintage tablecloth from California Hand Prints
Green napkins - Home Goods
Pink napkins from my goody basket I won at Decor To Adore
Glassware, woven chargers and pink vase - Pier 1
Shakers are vintage Homer Laughlin Rhythm
Contemporary Fiesta plates in Chartreuse and Rose
Vintage Homer Laughlin Kenilworth fruit bowl and carafe
Vintage Metlox Spiral candle holders
Flatware is "Royal Rope"
Cups and Saucers are Harlequin from Homer Laughlin


Thank you all for coming by to see my tablescape for Rebecca's birthday!


I'm joining:
Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps On The Porch
Vintage Thingies Thursday at Coloradolady
Open House Party at No Minimalist Here
Home Sweet Home at The Charm of Home
Flaunt It Friday at Chic On A Shoestring
Fresh-Cut Friday at Rose Vignettes
Show and Tell Friday at My Romantic Home


Frugaliscious Friday at Finding Fabulous
Thrifty Thursday at Tales from Bloggeritaville
I've had this California Hand Prints tablecloth on my "wish list" for a very long time. I just recently snapped this up for a fraction of what they normally bring, and I'm so pleased with its almost pristine condition! It was a true thrifty buy!

Alphabe-Thursday at Jenny Matlock where today's letter is "Y" - YOU are just going to have to indulge me as I waffle a little bit on this week's letter.  Stretching it a bit, but YOU are sure to understand that YOU are what makes The Little Round Table chug along. YOU are my readers and I thank YOU!


47 comments:

  1. Candy, this is one of the most GORGEOUS & inviting festive table settings ever! It is so vibrant. I love the various items brought together so beautifully. Lovely.

    Have a beautiful weekend ~
    TTFN ~
    Marydon

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  2. How could I resist the post title?
    This is so pretty - just the sight for these eyes that have seen little in the past weeks but grey skies and rain.

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  3. Oh Candy, what a gorgeous setting! The colors are brilliant and the table looks so inviting! What's for dinner?

    Nancy

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  4. oh, Candy.... Rebecca is going to have the vapors when she sees your table... It's breathtaking, and you even managed to incorporate her beloved (not yet a fiesta color)... Fuschia!

    delightful!

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  5. Makes me feel like being in the South Pacific. This is a wonderful table, Candy. I love how you tied everything together.

    Becky

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  6. Cndy, this is absolutely one of my very favorite tabes of all time. I ADORE, LOVE and DOUBLE LOVE the tablecloth. Pink and geen are two of my favorite color combinations and you did a fantastic job with them!!!! I can't say enough good things about the table except...I WANT THAT TABLECLOTH!!!
    You have such an eye for color! Thanks for sharing, I'm sure Rebecca loves it.
    Susan

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  7. love these shots..
    wow, the colors are elegant/delicate.

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  8. The pink and green is so lovely!

    Very elegant...

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  9. Beautiful I especially love the white candle holder

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  10. What a wonderful spring table.

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  11. Love all of the great colors Candy! Can't get over that amazing plant! You don't see that in Philly, and especially not in March:@)

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  12. What a beautiful spring table. Your flowers are beautiful and look lovely with that wonderful tablecloth!! I love the colors you used today in your post. Happy VTT!

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  13. I love the harmony of the pink and green, Candy! The placemats and flatware give just the right naturalistic touch to this tropical retreat!

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  14. Beautiful. Love the pink and green combination.

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  15. Love the colors! They brighten my day! ♥

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  16. Hi Candy! I am in love with the tablecloth and the colors on this table. Thank you for sharing your beautiful table setting at my Open House party.
    Hugs,
    Sherry

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  17. You did an excellent job on your table settings. I am not sue if I would know what to do at a table that looked like that.

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  18. You have one of the best dressed little round tables around :o)
    I love the little bloom too (it reminds of the Bird of Paradise or the Haleconia flowers in Hawaii....kind of like a cousin to them by the shape)

    Blessings & Aloha!

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  19. I love the pink and green tablescape. So fresh, pretty and perfect for spring!!

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  20. Happy Birthday to Rebecca....Your table setting is absolutely beautiful. I was going to ask you where you got the beautiful tablecloths in your header and then was pleasantly surprised that you were giving information on tablecloths. Your dishes and everything are lovely. I wouldn't even want to have anything on my plates...or eat...I would simply love to sit there and admire the beauty on the table.
    Well done...lovely.
    Judi

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  21. Gorgeous, as always, Candy! I really love the turquoise and fuschia cups and saucers mixed the way you showed them. These are the perfect spring colors, I think!

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  22. You have the most incredible collection of linens and dishes! As a novice tablescaper, I bow down to you on a regular basis. I am constantly learning something from each of your beautiful tables. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  23. I am so blessed to be inspired by such wonderful divas! Thank you for making me feel so special today!!!!

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  24. Candy,

    You are a true inspiration! I always enjoy visiting your blog and enjoy all of your tablescapes. Your little Queen Tears is such a beautiful flower - have never seen before. It sets the tone for whole tabelscape! Happy Birthday to you pal Rebecca! Mrs. S

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  25. Your table looks lovely, I'm particularly fond of vintage linens. Happy Birthday to your friend Rebecca xxx

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  26. Love the pink and green vintage cloth. Nothing is more charming that those colors and being vintage. I learned about a new flower today.. never had heard of this one.. it's quite the charmer! great bd table.

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  27. What a beautiful and festive tablescape. I am truly in love with that tablecloth. ~~Sherry~~

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  28. Lovely vintage displays on your table.

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  29. Such pretty tablescape. I just love those candle holders!

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  30. Such a pretty tablescape. I love all of the beautiful and cheerful colors!
    Marianne :)

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  31. Candy,
    This is a beautiful tablescape! I love the colors in this one and that vintage tablecloth just makes it perfect. Very pretty and tropical! Thanks for linking up!
    Sherry

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  32. Bright and colorful! Candy, I think pink and green is always a winning combination. Beautiful as always! ~ Sarah

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  33. What a fabulous use of color!! Beautiful table!

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  34. Your friend is going to never forget this birthday with the gorgeous table you have prepared. The fushia and lime green are stunning, and a combination that I would not have dreamed, but is brilliant! The table cloth could not be more perfect!

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  35. Great tablescape and I love the tablecloth!

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  36. I love the pink and green combination. Everything looks so lovely.

    Jocelyn
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

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  37. Stopping by from the Friday Blog hop.
    I am a new follower

    Have a great weekend and stop by any time.
    Hand Crochet Photo Props and more
    Etsy: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ThisanThatBoutique
    Blog: http://thisnthatboutiqueblog.blogspot.com/

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  38. Oh, this tablescape is so striking. It really draws the eye in. Love the colors and your beautiful tablecloth. YOu realy put together a treat for your friend. Your kitchen is wonderful too!

    Pat

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  39. All of your tablescapes are so lovely! I just love your Queens Tears. SO unusual! Everything is just gorgeous! :) Thank you for linking in for Fresh-Cut Friday! I really appreciate it!! :)

    Have a wonderful weekend!
    ~Liz

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  40. I think Rebecca enjoyed this virtual birthday party! :-)

    Thank you all so much for stopping by and for all your sweet comments, I do appreciate it.

    Candy

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  41. How fun to have so many friends celebrate a birthday virtually like this! I love the pink and green combo. Definitely very "spring" colors in my mind.

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  42. Thanks for coming by myorii! The pink and green combo is a particular favorite of mine and I'm pleased that so many of my readers enjoyed celebrating Rebecca's birthday with us.

    Candy

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  43. What a fabulous color combination! When I opened the link I was thinking...okay, she's finally done it...she's finally put together a table that's not going to be glorious.

    Yeah. I was wrong.

    This was so happy. I totally adore this color combination. I can see it for a beach wedding...happy and sunny and unusual.

    Really, really lovely.

    Thanks for linking.

    A+

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  44. Thanks Jenny, glad I didn't disappoint. :-)

    Candy

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