Welcome to Centerpiece Wednesday!
I found the inspiration for this tablescape in a Book called Celebrating Home.
I saw this idea years ago and wanted to use a tricycle for my 4th of July centerpiece but never had access to one until my grandkids came around.
I am in love with it!
I love how fun it looks underneath my chandelier!
I stuck two large American flags through the pedals to hold them up.
In the trunk of the tricycle I loaded it up with old root beer bottles that have colored napkin rings around them to tell who is who's!
I am thinking I could fill them with lemonade or a fruity drink for fun!
I folded scrapbook paper into a cone shape to hold popcorn or other snacks for the kids!
I just used white napkins with red, white and blue napkin rings and placed them in a large red basket.
I am also planning on using my tin votive candle holders to hold mini muffins or mini cupcakes in them!
I love this red and whit silverware...I bought it at Pottery Barn years ago on sale.
The silverware is huge and really makes a statement!
The tablecloth is fabric from Ikea! No sewing just crumpled all around to look fun!
I turned on the chandelier to take the pic and loved how the light shown.
Hope this 4th of July gives you some fun ideas to try for your 4th of July party!
Happy 4th of July!
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