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{summer table setting}


Setting my last summer table for the year.  Bittersweet!  You know by now that I LOVE a pretty table.  It’s inviting.  Sets the tone.  You know what I mean?  Changing around the table setting to fit the mood + season has become my jam.  Still trying to come up with a name to make it a series.  Anyone have any cute + clever ideas?  Something with a good ring to it.  Maybe I can do a monthly table series?

In case you’re new or missed it, here are some of the other table settings I’ve shared on the blog…..

My personal favorite the {orange table setting}

Bay’s famous rose napkin fold was first done here {spring table + rose napkin fold}

Easter 2018 was a good one {friday 5}

Last Christmas ♥ {friday 5}

{Table talk} was my very first table setting in our new home with my new dinning table

How cute was the {thanksgiving kid table}

A Christmas table from wayy back in 2016 on {friday 5}

I may need to re-create this Fall table from {weekend notes}

Using my parents china they handed down to me for an Easter Brunch {friday 5}

I was setting pretty tables back in October of 2015 {friday 5}


Honestly, I had NO idea how many I’ve done till I searched “table setting” in the search bar.  WOW!

What’s your fave so far?  I wanna know!


This time around I wanted to showcase summertime.


Mezger Zinnia’s are a showstopper!  My table wouldn’t have been complete without a big vase full of these seasonal beauties.



After admiring all the beautiful + extremely expensive decorative wooden beads all over Instagram, I finally found some for my home.  Found this Wood Bead Garland while strolling (you’ll never believe it) goo ol’ Target.  One of the best $12 purchases I’ve made in a long time.  You’d be surprised at how versatile they really are.  These beads have been moved all over the house and I love them.

And added touch….rosemary wrapped in twice around cheapy little white candles.  Didn’t they turn out cute?


I incorporated the rosemary on each place setting as well.  A spring of rosemary slipped into each napkin.  I love the natural touch it adds to the table.


Don’t mind my shadow in the spoon 🙂


Here’s a (crooked) birds eye view of the table.  I’ve tried everything to straighten it, but the wood in the table then looks crooked.  I gave up.  Ha!  It’s the OCD in me.



And here are all the details:

Aerin Floral Table Runner // Officina 1825 Double Old Fashioned Glasses // Gold Wave Flatware // Ivory Buffet Napkins // Porcelain Plates // Rattan Charger // Wood Bead Garland // White Porcelain Utensil Holder // Dinning Table // Bench // Chairs 


I’ve already gathered so many ideas for my next table setting.  It’s going to be warm + fall-ish.  Can’t wait to share once it’s completed!


xoxo stacyb

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