With all this sunny weather, I could not resist going outdoors on my patio for this week’s tablescape.

The insipiration for this week’s table setting (besides the sun), was this blue and gold French Country tablecloth by Le Cadeaux-the pattern is called Fleur-de-Nem. It reminds me of the open markets in Provence.

For the place setting, I started with these oval rattan placemats I found at Maison Decor. I re-purposed these gold “Fleur de Lis” plates (One King’s Lane) from last week’s tablescape. See how versatile these plates are-https://www.reddoortabledecor.com/2012/05/09/april-showers-bring-may-flowers/

The white lace trimmed cloth napkins are from Summit Antiques Center which I wrapped in blue organza ribbon. The silver belonged to my husband’s grandmother and is Wallace Windsor Rose 1942.

These tulip-rimmed cobalt blue glasses are actually meant to be used for sundaes and parfaits-I found them on eBay and I love the way they glisten in the sun. The darling gold salt and pepper shakers are from Maison Decor.

This dense wall of holly bushes provides plenty of natural privacy–these bushes nearly touch the sky.