I combined different white dishes, some galvanized accents, vintage silver and lace.
Lots of layers (kinda like we have to wear in this weather!!)
The top salad plate has an embossed snowflake pattern. Very subtle and understated.
Galvanized snowflakes at each place setting. No two were alike...just like a real snowflake! The snowflakes were picked up in the Christmas aisle at Wal-Mart several years ago.
Add to that a little galvanized serving tray full of snowmen and snowflakes......
As unbelievable as it seems, I got these three little snowmen at 75% off at a Hallmark store after Christmas several years ago. Who wouldn't want these little guys to come home with them?
The rest of the snowmen and snowflakes. The galvanized serving tray looks very much like the Pottery Barn tray. This one is from Ross for less than seven dollars!
My Grandmother's lace tablecloth from Belgium. Various textures of snowflakes sprinkled down the middle of the table, on each side of the centerpiece.
Snowflake cookie cutters used as napkin rings.
The giant snowflake in between the layers is also a Christmas ornament. I found them at the Dollar Tree. They are used in the tablescape only as decoration in the layering process.
They do look lovely and lacey as they poke out the sides.
SNOW-Kiddin'....these things are going away for another year. Snow-way, snow-how do I want to see them again till I have experienced some warm weather!!! Hope you enjoy!
I have linked with: http://betweennapsontheporch.blogspot.com/ for her Tablescape Thursday's.
White plates with silver rim--Target clearance years ago
Giant white snowflakes-Dollar Store (this year at Christmas)
Snowflake salad plates-Wal-Mart (Christmas several years ago)
Galvanized snowflakes, various other snowflakes--Christmas decorations
Galvanized serving tray--Ross For Less
Lace Tablecloth--from Belgium, very old
Flatware--Vintage (purchased at auctions)
Stemware-Wedding presents (YEARS!!! ago)