I first fell in love with peacock blue when I selected it as the accent color for my wedding three years ago. I think it is such a gorgeous jewel tone that looks great against nature’s lush green so I used it for a pop of color in this week’s patioscape.
I picked up the tablecloth at Home Goods and found these dreamy lightweight, silky wave napkins in peacock blue on One Kings Lane (from Divine Designs).
For the place setting, I layered cut crystal salad plates on candlewick glass dinner plates on top of ruffled edge silver chargers. The Waterford crystal stemware is from Think Twice Consignment (Gillette, NJ). The silver is Wallace Windsor Rose pattern (1948) and belonged to my husband’s grandmother. The napkin rings are Reed & Barton.
For the centerpiece, I used a set of clear glass candlestick pairs with hanging crystals from Home Sweet Home (Chatham, NJ).
In the center is a silverplate serving basket I found at Summit Antiques as well as a strand of green glass beads.
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