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The Green Appletini Tablescape

Yes, my new found love of this trendy neon-green concoction
and this wonderfully wacky fabric inspired today's table.

I saw this fabric in the mark-down aisle. When I turned the bolt over to see the price, I made an audible gasp when it said $1.00/yard! I knew then that it was coming home with me. I like unique table covers and this certainly fits the bill!

I used the over sized martini as the centerpiece. The glass beads make it look like it's served on the rocks. Which would not be the case for me, but it does add sparkle.


I used a lot of silver and glass elements which made the table really sparkle.



I put a glass star plate on top of the dinner plate and then another glass bowl to hold the silver rose candle. Each setting had a nice glow.
The napkin is a very light blue/green color.

I scattered all the little mirrors and ice cubes around the table. They really reflect the candles.

I think this would be a good New Year's Eve table.




Don't forget to go back to Susan's blog to find all the other Tuesday tablescape posts. Have fun!

37 comments:

Susan said...

Very pretty Zoey! Love it!

andrew crvz said...

Wow! They are lovely! Your blog will certainly help me and my wife in choosing our dining sets and styles :). Hope you won't mind.

Btw, i got here through Blogs of Note. Thanks.

Rachete said...

Very pretty. Makes me want to have a dinner party.

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Cami @ Creating Myself said...

Oh what fun! And my friends think that I am the only one who would design a table around a cocktail! ;o)

Strumpet said...

Also found this through Blogs of Note -- i love the idea of a candle on each plate!

Very very nice ... I also think it would be a great Spring table!

Dani and Jimmy said...

All these different table settings are so lovely, you must throw lots of parties! So inventive...where do you possibly keep all the different dishes and things?

BookWormz said...

i. love. it....

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I love your blog and check back every day!

Dozed off said...

Great Greens

Whimsicalz said...

I love the gorgeous greens. Can almost taste green apple just looking!

TC said...

Love your green table and your blog. Where do you manage to keep all the various china etc? I have like 5 sets and only use 1 maybe 2, but we have a big family so I have to have lots of dishes in each. Congrats on blogs of note!

Susie said...

What a bargain on that fabric Zoey.
This looks beautiful (as always!)
xo

Lilly's Life said...

Congratulations on your blog of note, well done. Love this post, you are very creative!

AliciaMarieB said...

Neat blog! The centerpiece on this one looks very fun. It reminds me of the setting that one of my friends did for her bachelorette party in the color scheme and the overall feel of the table setting.

Chris said...

I just found this through Blogs of Note. I think what you can do with a table is fantastic. I myself always think it is important to "wow" my guests with decoration and attention to detail. Again, they look wonderful!

Inge' said...

You are very creative! I loved all of your settings.

I also found you through blogs of note. Congratulations! I look forward to seeing more of your creativity soon!

mika said...

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carolinajewel said...

I love your Appletini Table! Great buy with that fabric! :D Jewel

eight helping hands said...

I just found you on blogs of note. What beautiful table settings you do! And I love appletinis and green is one of my favorite colors. I will definitely be back to see what you come up with next. I'm having a fomal dinner party in March, and I need ideas.

Ma'dame French said...

Love the appletinis..one of the few things I drink ever! This looks great! French;)

Margaret said...

love it, I think it would also be great for a girls night in..great idea!

Lynn said...

You have a true gift! I found you through Blogs of Note.

It never would have occurred to me to use a piece of material as inspiration for a table setting. You've given me a new way to approach setting a table. I do love a beautiful table!

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ceekay said...

I think this would be a great New Year's table or a celebration table. Great idea and I love the green!

xinex said...

Very pretty and sparkly, Zoey! That newfound tablecloth is perfect and what a steal!...Christine

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

Very pretty and festive!

Dianne said...

I think Sandra Lee needs a tablescape consultant from MI!
This is so creative!!

Maryrose said...

Beautiful sparkly table, and love the appletinis. Thanks, Maryrose

Lorrie said...

Very nice. I love tablescaping. I'm hoping to do something soon. too busy with my little boys...but tablescaping is FUN!

Linda said...

Very creative and inventive, like it!
What time is this party?
Linda

Envoy-ette said...

I love the GREEN! So clever with the martini glass!

Susan (Between Naps on the Porch) said...

Zoey...how fun is this! :-) This makes me think of the Martini's and Imax we have here in Atlanta on Friday nights...love this! Thanks for participating in TT.
Susan

Kathleen Ellis said...

Very fun! That fabric is very cool! This would be a fun party table!
Have a happy week!
;-D

Half of the Style Sisters said...

Now that is one fun table! I love everything about it! You have inspired me to try something new and fun

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

What a beautiful tablescape.. full of inspriration.. thanks for sharing.. hugs ~lynne~

Lady Katherine said...

Such a fun vibrant colors for a girls night out!

Picky Bs Food Critic Club said...

I love it!!!! That is so cool!

charmine said...

Hello zoey,ur the best.so creative,beautiful.you should be on oprah.LOOK FORWARD TO MORE.lov charmine.I'm new to blogging.

shuu☆ said...

nice!
cocktail!

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