This table was inspired by my favorite cake plate, wait until tomorrow’s post about how that plate came to live at my home. As you know, I have put a request that we have an old fashioned Sunday dinner at my home.
For me, food is love. I want to make those that I love feel special and my Sunday dinners and my tables need to reflect the love I feel for those people.
For this table, I thought we would have dinner in my kitchen. I have the cutest kitchen decorations… candy, candy cane inspired decorations along with this fun sandwich platter, topped with these snowman mugs, ready for hot chocolate. I will show you the rest of the kitchen next week.
As someone who loves to bake, what better theme for a kitchen than a sugar coated red and green kitchen.
It all started with this cake plate. I mean look how cute her feet are!!!
For the table, I decided that red and white polka dots would be perfect. From the tablecloth and napkins
To the plates.
Topped with the Santa plate. His blushing cheeks make this dish so sweet.
Polka dots can make any table more fun and less formal.
Kate Spade flatware with the tiniest ruffle along the edge continue the fun theme.
I found these cute candy vases and decided to set not one arrangement but three.
Although I am making Sunday dinner, how cute would this table be for a cookie party for the kids.
Sunday Dinner Menu
Bacon Wrapped Scallops
Baked Potato with Sour cream and chives
Green Salad with Candied Pecans, Cranberries and Feta
Red Velvet Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting
Chargers: Home Goods
Flatware: Kate Spade
Napkin Rings: Christmas store
Centerpieces: Vases - Carolina Pottery
Santa Plates: Carolina Pottery
Tablecloth and Napkins: Home Goods
I am joining Susan and her Tablescape Party. I love all her fun tables and the tables of all the fun ladies