I fell so in love with the gold tablecloth I use for the Taste of Soul dessert table that I had to use it again. I didn’t want to go headlong into St. Patrick’s Day, but wanted to give a nod to it by using green. The gold cloth for me was a perfect fit.
The olive green napkins were tucked around the yellow plates for contrast. I thought the gold chargers might have been a distraction but they worked well.
We use the striped salad plate almost everyday. They were another grocery store find.
New gold toned flatware is on my wish list. For now, my old standby will do.
I found these beaded napkin rings at Pier 1 last year. At 2.38 each I couldn’t leave without them.
My feelings are still a bit bruised over one of these beautiful delicate goblets being cracked. They came from TJ Maxx and I’ve not been able to find another one. The green goblets are nice and heavy. I owe a big thanks to whoever donated them to my favorite thrift shop.
I pulled the green bowls from the living room, and really don’t know why they’re in there. Go figure.
Yellow candles, with gold toned and wooden candelabra? Works for me? The flowers at the base of the candelabra are two swags that I pulled from my stash of flowers. I think they came from Big Lots.
Many years ago one of my nieces sent me a beautiful flower arrangement for my birthday. This green and gold decorative teapot came with it. The blinged out votive holders jumped into my basket at Big Lots last fall.
I’ll be sharing my green and gold table at:
Wow us Wednesday’s
Under the Table and Dreaming
Sherry of No Minimalist Here for Open House Thursday
Dinnerware – Meijers
Gold Chargers – Hobby Lobby
Flatware – Fingerhut
Napkins and napkin rings – Pier 1
Amber Goblets – TJ Maxx
Green Goblets – City Rescue Mission Thrift Store
Candelabra – Thrift Store
Flowers and votives – Big Lots
Gold tablecloth – Thrift Store
Green teapot – Gift
Green Bowls – Marshalls