I am thrilled to participate in another of Chloe Crabtree’s – of Celebrate & Decorate – tablescape blog hops. I first joined-in this spring with the Easter themed hop, and you can see my post // here //. If you know anything about PMQ for two it’s that I like my colours. This tablescape is nothing knew in that regard, except in this case I’ve gone for something a little more classic with my stripes, citrus and bold pink flowers, but you’ll just to see it for yourself.
Yesterday I showed you guys how I created my DIY colouring page dinner invite postcard // here // and this is the accompanying tablescape! Tomorrow I’ll have details on the cocktail of the week.
If you’re joining me from Rosemary & Thyme or A Casa Di Bianca, welcome! My name is Ariel and I create bold, bright, colourful & creative home decor and DIYs. You can check-out my project gallery // here // and I encourage you to read more about me // here //.
For this tablescape I wanted to do something graphic but also summery, and I wanted an occasion to use all my stunning florals. Over the past year I’ve accumulated quite the nice assortment of buds from Afloral. View my Fall Floral Centrepiece // 6 tips for the perfect Christmas Party // Eclectic Christmas Tablescape // Martha Stewart Inspired Easter Basket Centrepiece // & // Easter Tablescape //.
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The backyard, which we redid for the Spring One Room Challenge // here // is the perfect place to host a summer dinner party, and the pergola provides added privacy when the white curtains are drawn. They also provide a stunning backdrop against which all the colours and pattern can shine.
You just can’t get better than this. I shared a quick video of the scene on my Instagram stories and many of you reacted with awe and wonderment at the scene, which tells me I’m doing something good. You really had to be there to take it all in, but I think the photos have done a lovely job.
The place setting is simple. I added a contrasting blue patterned placemat, a pink chargers and cutlery, and blue linens and plates to provided contrast and balance. I think the scene was sheer perfection – or dare I say “pear-faction” 😉
My DIY colouring page dinner invite postcard // here //
Don’t forget to circle back tomorrow to catch the recipe for this week’s TGIF cocktail! Hint: it involves peaches. Although my Blackberry Mint Julep would // here // or cocktail freezies // here // would go beautifully as well.