this is something i prepared earlier, after the daybed post. we don't usually have all this white outside, i don't think it would stay white for long, but i did have fun creating this.
i used a white sheet for the tablecloth ,decided i'm liking the non ironed look here, and scoured the house for white things. it was one of the first warm spring days, perfect for eating outside.
i'd love to decorate a wedding like this preferably with a beach view in the background.
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Gorgeous!, gorgeous!, gorgeous!....I don't know what I'd do without my aqua blue mason jars! I love what you've done with the string tie!!! Oh", and where did you get your plates? Beautiful!!!!ReplyDelete
Oh that is just beautiful, so peaceful, fresh and gorgeous. Love the plates. xReplyDelete
This setting is so stylish and beautiful. Set it up again - we're coming for lunch!!!!ReplyDelete
LOVE all the white! Beautiful setting.ReplyDelete
Just gorgeous! Love the setting!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful place to dine!! I love everything about it and yes, I am very in to wrinkle and shabby. :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful and oh so breezy! Love the softness. thanks for sharing with my newbie party.ReplyDelete
Very pretty table setting - love to sit down there for hours over a long lazy lunch.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful table setting! I agree it'd be just perfect for a beachy wedding. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
i love every bit of this, especially since we are in the 30s and rainy this is beyond fun :)ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous!! I just found your blog from the debbiedoos blogging & babbling party. I'm your newest follower, I'd love you to stop by my blog & maybe follow along too!ReplyDelete
White is always so sophisticated and this is no exception. The dishes are beautiful, I love your chairs, and the flowers add such wonderful color and texture!ReplyDelete
That looks so pretty and inviting--here in Oregon you would freeze to death outside right now. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Very nice! All dressed up in white! But the most surprisingly of all is when I saw this mirror-window of yours... I have the same one outside in my veranda! Amazing! I haven't seen anywhere before. And I don't think we shop from the same market... as I live in Greece. White was its original colour? I had it in dark brown and repainted in white and lime. Wanna take a look? http://stardust-decorstyle.blogspot.com/2011/09/my-balcony.htmlReplyDelete
So inviting. I can see slipping right onto those pillows for a meal in the sun. Lucky you to have the weather to be able to move outside. I'm just buying long underwear and getting things ready for a cold winter. JaneReplyDelete
What a perfectly dreamy tablescape.ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous outdoor space! I love your header and I am off to browse your archives.ReplyDelete
The cutlery in the mason jars. Perfect xx AvaReplyDelete
I love the white dinner plates. Would love to know where you got them. If I haven't said it before I really like your new header!ReplyDelete
Am adding your blog to our favorites page, do you want to send me a jpg image that I can use?
PS Love the table, what time is tea?
Looks very inviting, what time did you say tea was? KathiReplyDelete
Gorgeous Cheryl, ooo i could so pop the cork off a pinot gris there! Wonderful as always xxReplyDelete
Visiting from Met Monday....ReplyDelete
Your table setting is so pretty :-) I love the little touches of colour with the flowers & cushions & blue glass jar. And your plates are great - such a unique shape :-) Enjoy your outdoor dining!
So pretty...I just want to plop myself down and enjoy the sun in this beautiful spot you have created! Pure joy. xoxoxo Happy day to youReplyDelete
I am a white addicted and your settings is really me.ReplyDelete
I have a dining set exactly what you have. Am not sure where you purchased but this M sign is a swedish product.
Hope to see you sometimes in Sweden.
Greetings from Stockholm,
Lovely! That would be perfect for a wedding!ReplyDelete
I love these photos ~ everyone is so lovely! I love white and you have done a a great job creating this gorgeous area!ReplyDelete
Beautiful, what a lovely post. I love being outdoors and eating outdoors like this.ReplyDelete
This totally looks like a fairytale. I love the white and your linens are all wonderful. Gorgeous tablescape. Thanks for joining the party. Hugs, MartyReplyDelete
This is so fresh and pretty...love the dainty floral prints on the pillows and the little pops of color on the table...it's all perfect :)ReplyDelete
I am so envious! While you are dining outdoors with such a beautiful setting, we have snow. Yes 3 days ago we got our first snow. Love your beautiful display. Hugs, Gayle (in Canada)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous, I could sit there for hours!ReplyDelete
How beautiful...save me a seat!ReplyDelete
You have created a very pretty white setting, I have white outside, which can get a bit of mildew up here in the subtropics but bleach is my friend!ReplyDelete
How divine - what a perfect afternoon tea setting!ReplyDelete
oh, it is soooooooooo beautiful!ReplyDelete
I'm in love with the shape of those plates!ReplyDelete
And pretty much everything else.
Thanks ~ Mary @ Sea Quilts
This is so beautiful, love all the fresh and clean white, so lovely! thanks for linking up the inspiration to VIF!ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous romantic table setting! Just love the dreamy whites - just perfect for a white christmas in sydney!!!ReplyDelete
I love this outdoor table!! I would love to see the daybed post, how do I find it?? I have a daybed on my back porch, so I would love to see what you did with yours. I am a new follower. Would love for you to stop by sometime. http://cedarhillranch.blogspot.com/ReplyDelete
I love it - especially love the flatware in the mason jars with the little shells. My husband is throwing a Hawaiian themed birthday party for me this weekend, and I love the idea of keeping the flatware in mason jars, and I already have a ton of shells at home. Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! Thank you for linking it up to Home Sweet Home!ReplyDelete
Just lovely, and makes me wanna dine alfresco!ReplyDelete
Visiting from Wow Us Wednesday,
Smiles, and thanks for sharing :D
~Suzanne in NW Illinois
Love your tablescape. So lovely and tranquil. I'm freezing right now with 25degree weather and it looks so beautiful and warm there. Saw you on WUW. So glad I am.ReplyDelete
Very beautiful! I love everything about the ocean and this looks like a perfect setting for the sea! Wish I was just a little bit closer! heehee! ♥♥♥ Happy holidays! ♥♥♥ReplyDelete
Latest follower here !!! Just fabulous....love what you do with your and your families life !!! The flatware may be Horgans Qui ? Non ?ReplyDelete