Tablescape Thursday: Old Glory

Happy Memorial Day y’all!! I know it is a few days past, but I can never get enough red, white and blue! I lose my marbles for anything patriotic… as you might notice in this week’s tablescape. 😉 This week I dedicate my tablescape to those who have paid the ultimate price for our freedom… the fallen warriors of our military…

I started with an old distressed table decorated with flag buntings.

And used Warren Kimble place mats to start my setting…

…followed by the Warren Kimble plate set.

The plates I used are “Colonial” (a Warren Kimble design by Sakura).
I love how the design matches up on both plates. :)

I found this delightful patriotic silverware set that matched my Warren Kimble plates.

Align CenterI used simple red napkins with Americana napkin holders.
Each holder has a different historical American flag.

And a matching mug for your “pie and coffee”.

For the centerpiece, I filled a milk jug jar with red hots, tied a patriotic ribbon around the top and stuck in a
few flags.
I just love this milk jar… it has a cow with the saying: “Milk so fresh, the cow doesn’t know it’s missing.” Seriously? haha

Other table decoration include this “proud to be an American rooster”… a couple red star tea light holders and some patriotic cowboy boots filled with daisies.

Mr. Rooster.Cowgirl boots by Tony Lama. I actually wore these under my wedding dress…They are my favorite! :)

And a stained glass, red tea light holdin’ star.

And now! Time for PIE!!!
If you want the recipe for this cherry blueberry, star spangled pie click here.

Hope y’all enjoyed your Memorial Day… and my “Old Glory” Tablescape! For more delightful tablescapes… visit Susan’s Between Naps on the Porch.

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