Patriotic Tablescape

Hello sweet friends and happy Sunday!  July 4th will be here in just a couple of days so it's time to be outdoors and get the grilling started.  And with summertime, the entertaining should be easy.

Staying with the traditional and classic color palette of red, white, and blue never goes out of style for celebrating the 4th of July. Bright place settings with mixed china, flower arrangement, and fun accents come together in creating this bold and festive table. Begin your patriotic tablescape with dinnerware and napkins in shades of blue, red-and-white laid on top of a galvanized plate charger to give your table a casual feel.  Keep your color theme going by adding colored flatware and glassware, and complete the look with assorted mini lanterns and votives.  









Don't be afraid to layer plates and linens, mixing colors and patterns to achieve combinations that are relaxed and add interest to the table. Use a plate with a fluted design in your plate stack. It will add visual impact interest to your place setting.  Don't worry about being matchy-matchy!!  This is when you get to have fun styling your table.

And don't forget to add something special at the top of your plate stack.  A whimsical napkin or fun object that ties in with the theme of your table will definitely elevate your table setting    


Always think outside the box. Fresh flowers are our go to for creating a focal point, but why not add an element of the holiday to you floral arrangement.  It could be small American flags to celebrate the Fourth of July, or the bright, bold pop of red bandanas used as napkins.














































Lastly, relax and remember there aren’t any rules other than to enjoy the occasion and the friends and family that are making your dinner party more  special. Your goal is to create a unique table that speaks to you, filled with pieces that speak to you, make you happy and bring a smile to your face.  

Have fun creating sweet friends and happy Fourth of July.



Janet





List of Sources:


Tablecloth:  Home Goods
Galvanized Plate Chargers:  Michael's
Dinnerplate:  Lenox Federal Gold
Dinnerplate:  Lenox Pleated Colors (Red)
Accent Plate"  Lenox Pleated Colors (Red)
Flatware:  Hampton Forge (Red) from Bed Bath & Beyond
Blue Glassware:  Pottery Barn (discontinued)

American Flag Star Dinner Napkins:  Pottery Barn

Mason Jars:  Walmart
Mini Lanterns:  Dollar Tree
Flags:  Dollar Tree
Votives:  Pottery Barn
Galvanized Beverage Holder:  Home Goods
Pop Corn Canisters:  Dollar Tree



Comments

  1. Fun and festive table for any summer meal. Happy 4th of July.

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    1. Thank you so much. Happy 4th of July to you too and enjoy your summer.

      Janet

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  2. Great table for the 4th of July. Love your stack of Lenox china and cute popcorn canisters in the center. Lots of creative ideas on your table! Happy 4th of July.

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    1. Thank you so much Judy. I love those plates too and of course those adorable popcorn canisters. Glad you found a few creative ideas here today. Happy 4th of July to you too and enjoy your summer.

      Janet

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  3. What a festive tablescape! I love it. Love how you incorporated the popcorn. Those darling little tins on the plates are perfect for that. Happy 4th of July to you dear lady. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  4. Really great tips, and you really put together a well thought out tablescape! The Mason jars are the perfect choice for this table. They add a fun picnic-like feel AND keep the flies and other winged critters out of your drink!

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  5. Your patriotic table scape is just beautiful and so pretty Janet!! I love the tins filled with popcorn and the flower arrangement!
    Have a happy 4th of July.

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  6. Querida amiguita!

    Janet, your patriotic table is gorgeous as usual ! I specially love those tins and the popcorn idea is awesome, I just adore popcorn ! Everything is wonderful about your patriotic table. Love the hydrangeas too.
    Have a lovely week ahead and many blessings.
    No desaparezcas porfa.
    Fabby

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  7. So pretty! Hope you had a great 4th! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

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