Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Winter Woodland Table with Noritake "White Scapes"


Hello sweet friends !

   I was waiting a chance to do this 'Woodland Winter' table for Mr. Living's birthday yesterday and he loved it !

I haven't served or made a tablescape with my "Noritake White Scapes" china, rimmed in gold in a very long time. I feel it's kinda formal, but it went so well for this Winter-January spread.

I'm also using it this Wednesday for my Rosary ministry, which it starts the year, this been the last Wednesday of every month.
Please feel free for us to pray for you and yours families. You don't need to tell me the reason, God knows, we will pray with my friends that come regularly every month.

With that said !



My January Winter tablescape was created specially for Mr. Living's birthday.

I chose 'all white' for my Winter Woodland setting... starting from the beautiful Belgium lace tablecloth, hubby bought when our daughter Alexandra was going to do her "First Communion" and since Sofia used it for this purpose too... then our eldest grandgirl Victoria, than her sister Cayetana and my grandniece !

 I started with my German crystal chargers, for the 'cold ice look.' "White Scapes, Noritake" china, a small bowl for the entree and teacups and saucers.

In the other side of the table is a lone reindeer 'walking slowly and regaly' lol... 





DD Sofie gifted me 12 pretty pearl napkin rings last Mother's Day.



A close up of the reindeers.

I placed this pretty white flowered plant, but I have no idea what it is, as I just borrowed it from my transition from the Christmas decor.

The crystal chargers are German and I love how they add the 'icie' look to the setting. I also bought way before them, bread plates exactly like the chargers, to use with the chinas that didn't
 come with bread plates; but since this one does, I didn't need to use them.







The chargers have a basket weave kind of look to them, it specially caught my eye a few years back !

The etched stems are Venetian and they too resemble iced crystal.

After it rained the sky turned that awesome blue down by the window and it was only 6pm.

Thank you dear friends for your kind comments, you always make my day !

Thanking the lovely hostesses for having me at their great parties.

LOVE,
FABBY

I will party here:

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Talk of the Town
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Vintage Charm Party
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Share Your Style
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Home and Garden Thursday
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Vintage Charm Party
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The Homemaking Party
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Tablescape Thursday
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Friday Features Linky Party
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"Anything Goes" PINK Saturday
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Saturday Sparks Link party
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19 comments:

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

This is stunning Fabby. Such a beautiful table.

Jocelyn said...

Wow Fabby. Agree with Marty. Your table is absolutely stunning.

Louca por porcelana said...

WOW,WOW and WOW!Exquisite as ever!!!Made me swoon!Happy Birthday to your husband!Hugs,Fabby and thanks for visiting my little blog!

Zaa said...

Your tablescape is so beautiful ...I love that the sky turned blue ... sensational photos....Hugs

Nellie's Cozy place said...

Hi Fabby,
Hope this finds you doing well hon. Such a lovely table you did for your hubby. So elegant
and beautiful and perfect for Winter. Love your white deer, they are so pretty.
Who wouldn't enjoy sitting at this beautiful table.
That is so neat that your tablecloth has been used for all your daughters and granddaughters
for their first communion (wasn't it??) Tried to go look, but it want let me go back..lol
Take care hon,
Blessings,
Nellie

krishna said...

Very gorgeous!

Shortbread and Ginger said...

What a beautiful setting!

Pam Richardson said...

Dearest Fabby, I love your winter woodland Tablescape! The china is so beautiful and elegant along with the crystal,chargers! I hope your hubby had a fabulous birthday! Have a wonderful Wednesday!

Liz@ HomeandGardeningWithLiz said...

You did a beautiful job capturing a wintery woodland look! Those crystal chargers add a look of ice and the pine cones are perfect for the woodland feel. Beautiful job!

Crystal Grandeur said...

Woodland Winter table is so beautiful. The White flower in the middle looks pretty. I like everything about the table. Hope you had a wonderful celebration. Thank you for your visit. Love and hugs ....Sujatha:)

Pat Cantwell said...

Fabby,
Exquisite Winter Wonderland Tablescape!
I love the photo taken of the six place settings with the red chairs in the background!
Happy Birthday to your sweet husband.
Pat
P.S. Thank you for your sweet visit and comment!

Sandra @ Dinner at Eight said...

What a lovely winter table, dear Fabby! I'm sure your husband felt extra special on his birthday. I can't decide which I like better - the German crystal charger or the beautiful white china. Or the etched stemware. They look icy and crisp, just like our weather the last few days. And what's wrong with formal? Especially for a celebration? I think it's an exquisite touch! Here's to more celebrations!

Bernideen said...

Love the whole "snowy" white look of this - very elegant Fabby!

Pattie Tierney said...

Oooh! I love the all white tables. So elegant. Everything is so lovely and serene. Beautiful table, as always, Fabby.

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Just goegoeus!! So pretty!! I love the white and gold!! I am sure your hubby felt so special with this beautiful tablescape for his birthday!! Stunning!
Hugs,
Debbie

Jeanie said...

I would indeed feel honored to be celebrated at that table!

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Fabby,
Happy belated birthday to your dear husband!
He no doubt enjoyed this special table setting done by the Queen of Table Settings.
Sending you hugs,
Mariette

Our Hopeful Home said...

What a gorgeous winter wonderland! Of all your tablescapes I've seen so far, I think I like this one the best! Those glass charges are perfect, and I love the use of reindeer and white florals. It all comes together beautifully. Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm! xo Kathleen

Denise at Forest Manor said...

Hi Fabby!

Oh your table is just lovely!! I LOVE the Belgian lace tablecloth (wish I had one) :D. Your Noritake dishes are gorgeous paired with the German crystal chargers, and the Venetian crystal stems are gorgeous, too. That plant caught my eye first thing, and I was hoping you could tell me what it is. LOL This table looks like it was fun to put together, Fabby.

Happy Belated Birthday to your husband and have a wonderful weekend, my friend.