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Centerpiece Wednesday!! Add a Pop of Color!

Last week I told you I would show you how I would use the same centerpiece but change it up a bit...I just added a pop of color.
ORANGE!! I simply changed the placemats and added a different salad plate on top of the white dishes
Orange and white polka dot salad plates...TJmaxx

I used the same hydrangeas from my garden placed in a large clear glass goblet.

I love how the orange changes things up and makes it bright and colorful.


Remember I didn't have any tall skinny candlesticks so I used some chunky ones with fresh leaves placed underneath them to bring the color up. Use what you have...it will work.
The oranges are different from one another but I still think it works!

Doesn't this just say summertime!

Use your centerpiece over and over just change out a few pieces to make it look new and different! You could even use different colored flowers in the goblets. Or fill them with sugar, sand, small rocks or glass beads and place a voitive in the middle.

Ok...now let's see what you have all come up with for your centerpieces!!
Link up and link back and let's have a Centerpiece Wednesday Party!
OH I am linking up to


18 comments:

  1. Karin -- I do love the orange plates...it is a nice change up. Also love the lighted ceiling...what a great place to dine! Joni

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  2. Great example of mix and match...and using what we have. Thank you for sharing your ideas. Cherry Kay

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  3. Boogieboard CottageAugust 11, 2010 at 10:24 AM

    You really did a great job putting everything together. I really like the idea of putting flowers in goblets and the orange plates are sensational! Mary :O)

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  4. Oh, I love the punch of orange on this table. You are so clever to use the same centerpiece and change up the settings a bit. This table is definitely inviting! ~ Sarah

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  5. I love your hydrangeas. They remind me of my green envy zinnias. The green looks really good with navy prints you have too. Nice tablescape!
    Thank you for hosting.
    Sherry

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  6. Thank you for hosting! I love joining in on the fun! What a great al fresco tablescape (as usual!)! I love the fresh idea with the leaves on the candlesticks... very unique!
    Thanks for the fun!
    Rachel

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  7. bOOGIEBOARD COTTAGEAugust 11, 2010 at 4:51 PM

    Hi Karin! Thank you for reminding me to link up! jeesh, I can be such an air head sometimes! lol....MARY :o)

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  8. Those are the cutest orange plates! Really add a dash of Summer. Thanks for the invite to link up!

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  9. It is so much fun to just change things around a little bit and see what you can create. Color just sets the mood.

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  10. Oh I do love your changes. Orange is one of my new favorite colors. I seem to be spreading it everywhere. Love the flowers in the glasses and the candles are a super neat trick. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  11. Karen, This is really pretty. I love the orange and white polka dot plates!
    Blessings, Beth

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  12. Love the orange with it! Gorgeous tablescape!

    I'm linking up too!

    Katherine

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  13. Hi Karin!
    You are right! those orange polka dot dishes really POP! Everything looks delightful!
    Thanks so much for stopping by! I'll have to try to link up for your Centerpiece Wednesday next week...thank you for inviting me!
    Have a beautiful day~
    ;-D Kathleen

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  14. Love the centerpiece idea. Really cute polka dot plates! They are just happy looking!

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  15. Very pretty! Nice touches with the hydraengas in the glasses and leaves under the candles. Love the napkin rings too, thank you very much. Thank you also for stopping by and inviting me here...I did link up and will try to now regularly. New to blogging and still learning my way around.
    Sheila

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  16. Love the orange polka dotted plates!

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  17. What a great summer table! I love all the textures and colors!
    Those hydrangeas are beautiful!!
    Debbie@houseatthelake

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  18. This is beautiful. Hydrangeas are so versatile and beautiful. Love them in the glasses!

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