The Style Sisters

Under Da Sea Part 1

WELCOME TO CENTERPIECE WEDNESDAY
UNDER DA SEA PART 1
For my Centerpiece I chose to use my Ikea lantern filled with shells and a tall white candle surrounded by two other glass jars filled with sea shells and "King Triton"s Tridents" more pics of this later in the post.

 The gorgeous satiny fabric that is flowing all down the center of the table is actually a $5.00 bolt of fabric from Wal-Mart! Yes indeedy cheap it the only way to go! It looks so romantic and kind of sexy don't you think?
 My daughter Madeline took all the photos you see of my table. I love how all the gold forks just shine sitting in the tall glass apothecary jar filled with sea shells. Little Mermaid herself would love to sit down at this table.


  My incredible chandelier was purchased at a consignment shop here in Salt Lake and it just adds that sparkle to the room. My hubby installed a dimmer switch so we can light it up or turn it down low for a more romantic feel. 
I actually found these slightly green salad plates after we shot all the pics but I just had to show you my deal! I found these beauties at Tai Pan for only .99 each!! Are they not perfect or what?!
These amazing little chocolate hazelnut Belgian sea shell nuggets of goodness all wrapped up in a real sea shell are available from my mom..she is a chocolatier. Here blog is eatlotsachocolate.blogspot.com and her email is tallpines61@hotmail.com if you would like to order any all chocolates sea shells you see from this post! 

 Here is the table in all its splendor! 
 These blue dishes are also from Tai Pan but they don't have many left...I wish I could find dinner plates in the pattern and color! Notice the sea horse chocolates sitting in its own shell...they make such a nice gift for your guests. 

 More of these delectable chocolates sitting ready for me to eat! Actually I have already eaten a few ha ha! 



You will notice I used silver charges, silver candle sticks, mixed with King Triton's gold Tridents and a gold chandelier but it all works beautifully. I love my white napkin rings and I wish I had more to sell but they are no longer making them :(

Lusciousness with the use of that fabric





Madeline came up with this idea of putting all the gold forks in the jar. I leave this on my buffet most of the time..it is so fun. By the way....those gold forks are from Big Lots..ha ha years ago! 
 Gorgeous sea shells available filled with chocolates from eatlotsachocolate.blogspot.com 



 These silver candle holders are available here on my blog a set of 4 is only $8.75!! Get them while they last!
Please link up to Centerpiece Wednesday and share your ideas with everyone! 
I will also be linking up to 
Cuisine Kathleen lets dish href="http://betweennapsontheporch.blogspot.com/">Tablescape Thursday

Savy Southern Style

18 comments:

  1. Wow, stunning. I love your beautiful tablescape. Gorgeous. Everything is so beautifully put together. Hugs, marty

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  2. Being a former "Florida Girl"..I am so loving your "Under 'da Sea"..tablescape...It is so beautiful and makes me long for the beaches of Sunny Florida...You made this "Florida Girl" very happy!!...Stunning 'scape!...I love it!

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  3. Style sisters, that table setting is beautiful. Love all to soft colors. I'll be checking back .. smiles, Susie(She Junks)

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  4. I see that you are leaving your wallet at Tai Pan! It's the best! Love those new glass plates -- would have loved to have some of those. The fabric in the center is just beautiful, and your mom's chocolates are so fun! Glad I have my white napkin rings -- love them! Joni

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  5. Such a beautiful table! Love all of the colors and pieces. They all work together perfectly! You put a lot of thought and creativity into creating this inviting table :)

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  6. Beautiful coastal table! Love the green salad plates and the chocolate shells are so cute. Thanks for joining the open House party. xo, Sherry

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  7. Love the table. It is wonderful to think of sea shells in Feb. I miss the summer. Your table is so pretty. Tell you daughter, great job.

    Cynthia

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  8. List: Things I love about your table:
    Love the dishes
    Love the colors
    Love the lantern
    Love the cute chocolates!
    Love it all!!!
    XO Cindy
    wish it were summer...

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  9. Beautiful table...makes me wish it were summer! I am glad to see someone is doing another tablescape link...thank you!

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  10. This is a very pretty tablescape! I love the colors you have used. The forks in the apothecary jar are such a cool idea. Your daughter did a nice job with her photos, too.

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  11. This is so pretty! I love all the seashells you used. I also really love the cool sea blue color of those fabulous dishes! it's all so beautiful!

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  12. You have really captured the feel of the beach! Love the soft sea and sand colors! A beach full of chocolate! I think that's one of my fantasies!

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  13. This table has it all. I love it! The colors...the textures...those fabulous new green bowls...Great design! Thanks for inviting us for a peak. Cherry Kay

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  14. wonderful table, love the flow of the fabric~

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  15. Your table is stunning. The gold fabric was a great idea. I will have to think of that. Madeline is quite the photographer - beautiful photos. Thanks for reminding me to put a dimmer on my chandelier. I enjoyed this post.

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  16. That fabric is a great idea -- it suggests sand. Your daughter did a great job with the photos. beautiful table.

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  17. What a great tablescape. Loved the fabric and loved the place setting, simply beautiful, and your centerpiece was great, loved the lantern and the shells.
    Enjoyed seeing all your lovely pictures.
    Blessings, Nellie

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  18. LOL, I thought the trike was the link to Let's DIsh! Thanks for linking this beautiful beachy table!

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