Thursday, December 31, 2009

3..2..1..Happy New Year!

It's been awhile since I've joined in on Tablescape Thursday, hosted by Between Naps on the Porch. But I'm back for a wintery, New Years theme.

I went with a soft blue, metallic color scheme.
Layered plates on silver chargers.
My mercury glass goblets.
Crate & Barrel napkins and pearl napkin rings found at HomeGoods.

Appetizer plates found at Goodwill.
My new cloche given to me at Christmas from my mom.
Small silver and pearl colored pinecone ornaments sit inside. And I wrapped the cloche in a blue berry and silver glittered garland.
Silver candles.
Waterford Crystal candlesticks- a wedding gift.
A blue hurricane candle holder.

Have a memorable New Year's Eve and a new 2010 filled with lots of love and fortune.


  1. So pretty, Meg! Looks like you have already used your Homegoods gift certificate! Happy New Year, honey, to you and Ryan.

  2. So "icy" daughter has the same candlesticks - they are beautiful! happy New Year

  3. So elegant. Happy New Year!

  4. It looks very pretty! I am so glad you are using your things and not saving them..for what?? :)
    I still have my Waterford wine decanter I got as a wedding gift..MANY years ago..
    Waterford never goes out of style!!
    Glad to meet you and I look forward to your tables in 2010!
    Now go around Blogland and visit people so they get to know you!

  5. Beautiful table...the mercury glass goblets are perfect with the appetizer plates. Don't you just love the treasures a thrift store holds!

  6. What a beautiful New Year's table! The silver and white are just a perfect color combination for to ring in the New Year. Love the glasses! Thanks for sharing and happy TT to you!

  7. Pretty colour combination for your New Year tablescape, the pearls are a lovely touch.

  8. what a gorgeous table! you've got a great eye... it's full & interesting without being cluttered & cramped!
    thanks for stopping by my blog & for your kind comments!
    happy monday,

  9. You're so talented! I wish I was that good at staging. And I'm SO jealous of those goblets!