Not so much a bright primary yellow but a mustard yellow (dijon maybe)
I added hand painted stemware for a punch of bright colour and for the centerpiece, I kept the blue vase filled with the deeply coloured ranunculus and a few daffodils.
Mikasa's Rennaisance Pamela coordinates well with the tablecloth. I love the basket weave texture on the rim...Speaks to the needleworker and weaver in me :-)
We can't have flowers without the bees.
Speaking of flowers, I found these napkin rings that echo the colours of the napkin beautifully. I love the tiny little touch of blue in the center.
My table would not be complete without bunny and angel. They will be joining us for dinner. May I present them to you?
Now to plan the menu. That's always the most difficult part for me. Something to satisfy a 21 year old young lady who counts every calorie, an 18 year old young man who's athletic and eats constantly, and then there's me and hubby who would be satisfied with soup and salad (and dessert).
Here are the particulars for this tablescape:
China -- Mikasa Rennaisance Pamela, thrifted
Flatware -- Napoleon Bee
Stemware -- Hand-painted, thrifted
Tablecloth/Napkins -- Williams-Sonoma
Napkin Rings -- Pier 1
Candle Holders -- Michaels Craft
Bunny and Angel -- thrifted (Angel is an August Moon figurine that reads "Welcome Friends")
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