We are hosting a small dinner party this weekend–perfect excuse to tablescape! After taking down all the Christmas/NYE decorations this weekend, I enjoyed bringing out some of my non-seasonal favorites. I started with this vintage silk table runner I bought on eBay.

For the centerpiece, I chose to pick up the brown trim on the runner with a porcelain vase with a brown pattern (purchased at Maison Decor) filled with dried hydrangeas along with glittering earth tone tapers (Oak Forest Designs). I picked up the Tiffany’s crystal candlesticks at Summit Antiques Center (they were a bargain!)

table centerpiece

This serving piece came with the vase as a set.

brown china serving piece

I also picked up green accents in the the runner with coordinating green napkins (Ralph Lauren, Home Goods) and green/brown/gold-beaded napkin rings that I purchased this summer while visiting my husband’s family (Everything but the Kitchen Sink in Hockessin, Delaware).

table napkin ring close up

I layered on top of my wedding china these D&Co France L. Bernardaud & Co. Limoges plates made solely for the Wright Tyndale and Van Roden store in Philadelphia, PA, which makes them somewhat rare. I love the delicate floral pattern and lovely gold details.

table setting

limoges plate close up

For a little more green, I placed an artichoke in each of the cocktail glasses. Wrapped in sheer gold ribbon, two ecru taper candles become a take-home memento.