Today I’m recycling a post from November 2016 with a few new mosaics. I hope you enjoy it!
A November Brunch with a dear friend means an autumn table and thankfulness.
I’m using my antique tea set with vintage china and carved olive wood candle holders from Jerusalem.
I layered vintage china – plate, salad plate, and saucer on a thrift store place mat.
The napkins were folded in half and then pleated multiple times going sideways accordion-style. Then the pleated napkin was folded in half and placed in glass with open side on top. You could place them in a napkin holder without the last fold and spread the pleats fan-like. They can be placed on the plate or by the silverware.
Have a blessed day!
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25 thoughts to “November Brunch Tablescape”
Beautiful setting ♥
Thanks, Summer. Have a wonderful day!
What a lovely setting. Those cups and saucers are gorgeous.
Thanks Bev. Have a great day!
I feel like I could sit down and feel right at home in your house. Lovely!
I would be thrilled to have you here.
The last time you used this tea set in a tablescape I really loved it. It’s such a gorgeous set. Pairing it with the orangish plate and square salad plate really make for an attractive setting. I love the shapes, colors and patterns. The candlesticks are stunning, love their carved shape, they look lovely on the table.
That is such a sweet comment. Thank you. I hope your week went better than last week.
Carol, those dishes are absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
Carol, that vintage tea set is stunning and I love the wooden candlesticks. It makes such a beautiful setting xo
Carol, l Love your brunch setting, the color and the tea setting. can l have the cake ?
Yes, it’s pumpkin vegetable muffin. Quite delicious!
Carol, what a beautiful table that you set! Such a lovely collection. I wish you a Happy Thanksgiving, stay well and stop back again.
Thanks, Tom. Happy Thanksgiving!
What a beautiful tablescape!! I like the dishes. The way you fold the napkins accordion style is very neat! It’s all so beautiful!
Thanks! Have a wonderful weekend.
That tea set is gorgeous and is that Fiesta beneath? I love the orange with the tea set. And the napkin fold is really lovely. I always think I’m going to do that and never follow through. Maybe this year!
I got the tea set in the 1970’s if you can believe that. Antique from Japan. No the orange plate is not fiesta. Hope you’re having a good day.
Oh, this all looks lovely, dear Carol. Such a lovingly laid table shows your girlfriend your appreciation – and your dishes are really beautiful.
All the best
Oh what a beautiful tea set. Everything is wonderful. My problem is I would be so worried to drop something. I’m a klutz near beautiful things. You have so many beautiful things Carol.
Don’t worry. If you came to visit we could both drink from plastic glasses. That’s what I do. I used to use pretty glass glasses and then I got arthritis. I drop everything so I quit using glass and now use a pretty blue plastic glass. The tea sert is kept on the top shelf in a kitchen cabinet. It is rare I even look up there. I’m a danger to it.
I love a pretty tablescape. Thank you for sharing at #aclwcc. Pinned and tweeted.
thanks for the pin and tweet