Welcome to Centerpiece Wednesday a little early :)
I decided to create a unique Tablescape using my French Eiffel tower plates that I bought while traveling in Chicago.....I mixed them with my black and white toile plates and my new red melamine toile plates from target (1.00 each)! I played around with all kinds of centerpiece ideas and with the help of my cute mom we finally came up with this somewhat Asian flair looking centerpiece. My cute hubby came home with these beautiful orchids and I had this metal plant holder and we plopped the orchids in it and it worked perfectly.
To bring in some more red color into this tablescape we placed apples inside this airy looking dome...I love how it looks.
Here is a close up of the red melamine plates...they really look like they are made from pottery not plastic don't you think? We decided to use some white sea shells in this Tablescape and placed them on top of the red plates.....did you know you can bake in these shells? Or you could serve a shrimp cocktail in them or how abou a mini salad for an appetzier! You can purchase shells from my mom on her blog eatlotsachocolate.blogspot.com
The beautiful orchids close up!
My sister Tiffany over at thechildrensnest.blogspot.com made me these black and white toile placemats a couple of years ago for Christmas...they are perfect!
I love how black and white always works for any tablescape!
Look closely and you can see some chocolate sea shells! These are gorgeous Belgian chocolates made with a hazelnut filling.
I removed the other plates so you can see the Eiffel tower ....I bought them from a cute store called Posh Chicago.
These Scrumptious and elegant Belgian sea shell chocolates melt in your mouth and your guests will be amazed at how beautiful they look on their plates!
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Labels: Asian table decor, Belgian Chocolate, Black and White, casual decorating, eat lotsa chocolate, Hazelnut chocolates, Red White and Black table decorations, Sea Shell Chocolate, Tablescape, The Children's nest