Dining Table Bouquet

I have an antique oak pedestal table in my kitchen where we eat most of our daily meals, and a Broyhill cherry dining table at the end of my living room for special occasions. I like it round, so it takes up little space. I only use leaves if necessary.


About a year ago, I brought a vase of mine (Early American Prescut) to a local florist, Gearhart's Floral and Gifts, to fill with some silks. I also brought a couple photos in of my living room to show them the colors I liked, and they put it together.


It turned out perfect!


Last month, I found a pair of reproduction mercury glass candlesticks, (new but for only $18) and a little silver tray for $2. I added one of my favorite doilies, and it looks like this:











Still love this vase of silks, night or day!








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11 comments:

  1. So simple and so beautiful. Your bouquet on the crochet round and the candles are stunning. Perfect. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  2. Your $2.00 tray is precious! And I love your candlesticks! Wonderful colors!
    XO Cindy

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  3. Oh I adore the silver candlesticks!

    I hope you'll stop by my blog. I am hosting a giveaway for a $50 Kirklands gift card.

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  4. Hi Carlene, lovely to meet you! Love your centerpiece. The mercury candlesticks are awesome! :)

    ~Liz

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  5. It is stunning! I love the bouquet!

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  6. Carlene, Your floral arrangement is so classically elegant. Love the little silver tray. What a good find for $2.

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  7. Beautiful bouquet, Carlene. I love the colors!

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  8. That's a beautiful arrangement...but I am looking at that gorgeous doiley! WOW! It is a beautiful work of art! I see why it's a favorite! ♥

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  9. The bouquet is beautiful! You may need to show us more of that antique table. If you show me your, I'll show you mine. ;)

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  10. Your arrangement on top of your table is so pretty. Mercury glass and silver always add a timeless touch.
    Thanks for stopping by, Mary Alice

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