My Cinco de Mayo table is gone…a thing of the past. The bright colors gave way to a soft pastel blue and shades of neutrals for a more serene tablesetting appropriate for a Mother’s Day brunch.
For this table, I used the recycled wood tray and glass bottles from Magnolia Market to create a centerpiece of white tulips (I’ve read that Joanna Gaines loves white flowers, so I hope she would approve of this simple, yet elegant centerpiece using a piece I purchased from her store.)
The floral print table runner and napkins in shades of beige, white, and brown on a pastel blue field were purchased several years ago at Home Goods. The morning sun was streaming in when these photos were taken.
The plates are the Madeline pattern from Pier 1. They are stacked on rattan chargers from World Market. The goblets are also from Pier 1. The napkins are folded into a triangle, then fan-folded and tucked into the goblets. The sterling utensils are old, inherited from my sweet mother-in-law. I don’t know what the pattern is called. I used them for this Mother’s Day table as a remembrance of her.
The table is ready on this bright sunny Mother’s Day morning. All we need now is the food!
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