Saturday, 29 June 2013

A Holiday Mood Table...:):)

Summer tables capes are at play on everyone's blog - Inspired by the fun and frolics, I decided on a holiday mood scape for this week. Sometimes you don't need to leave your home or town to take a breather. Instead it can be an absolute pleasure in combining a delicious meal with your own table setting. A distinctive dinning experience with close friends and family can be a glamorous one.

Visiting beaches gives one a unique feeling - finding and collecting shells from the sand is fun too. I like saving these shells so they can be used whenever the moment is right.

Presenting a beach scape here with the mix of blue, white and splashes of pinks to go with the season and environment.

I loved the idea of using my deep sea blue Indonesian depression glassware for the setting, as I think the use of glassware for dinning  has become ever more imaginative in recent years. The glassware are beautiful and versatile and have an ethereal beauty to them.

 I enjoyed doing this scape with three different center pieces along with the shells I had collected over the years.  India being a peninsular country with beaches all around one get the opportunity to fill the bags with shells.

Thank you for your visit and. Hope you like it... & Wishing everyone a Happy 4th of July .. :):):)



























                                         Beautiful serving plate.






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10 comments:

  1. WOW!!! Great colour combo. Love the Dolphins!!

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  2. Three great designs for your centerpiece make it hard to choose a favorite. The blue plates are a gorgeous shade. Thanks for inviting us for a peak. Cherry Kay

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  3. Your sea themed table is beautiful and the overall color of the ambiance in your photography is so serene, my friend. I love the shells, the blue plates and the fabulous centerpieces...I love them all! Thank you for visitng me, sweet lady. Wishing you a terrific week.
    FABBY

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  4. Beautiful beach themed tablescape, Crystal. I really like the blue depression plates......christine

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  5. Love it!
    I always have shells for my daughter's Birthday Tablescape, in August. They suggest so much fun and happy feelings, don't they?!
    As usual your use with of light had me sighing of pleasure. You are really a Master at playing with the lights. A wonderful and welcoming Tablescape.
    Thank you for sharing,
    Teresa

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  6. This is so pretty with such a lovely understated elegance. Thanks tons for joining Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

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  7. This is such a clever post! You have made a table look completely different with the mere switch of the centerpiece! The first one with the daisies is perfect for this time of year! The explosion of blooms reminds me of the fireworks exploding in the skies on the 4th of July. Still it is very dainty and delicate and feminine. The addition of the seashells adds to the organic feel. I really like the centerpiece using the kissing dolphins, too. (Or maybe they're just hugging!) The last one with the lantern is really pretty for an evening meal. VERY nice!!!!!!!

    I hope you enjoy your weekends sifting for seashells. How wonderful that must be! I live right smack dab in the center of the United States, so there are no seashells to be found here. :-(

    Thank you for sharing your talent with us again, Sujatha! Have a wonderful weekend!!!

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  8. This is so very beautiful. I love your collection of shells and I especially love the blue translucent plates. Your photos are lovely.
    I am a follower.
    Ginger

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  9. Love your beautiful table! So pretty by candle light.
    Makes you feel the summer breeze!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  10. What a super cute post...and I love your blue dishes...the candlelight sends it over the top. Its just beautiful..

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