TABLESETTING- Putting on the Pink- Mini Cup Cake Plates

Here is my Mini Cup Cake Plate!
Place setting: with mini cupcake plate and dome,
Flatware: mongramed with an S
Stemware: from an antique shop in Water Valley, Mississippi
white damask napkin, from Outlet linen shop in Mississippi
The handpainted pink rose napkin ring,
Is a Shower curtian ring! from Ross for $4.00
Pink rose and silver China: Pink Rose from a thrift store,
4 plates and 10 desert plates, all for $10.00

Place setting: using my Great Gathering dinner plate,
with the Royal Swril China desert plate.

View of the table lengthwise.
I mixed in my White Gathering dinner plates to make an eight place setting,
using the Royal Swirl dessert plate.

View of my Prescut Crystal Punch Bowl on the stand,
with a wreath of pink flowers around it.
Desert dishes are also part of my Prescut Crystal collection.

View of Table,
showing the buffet I made and plate rack, with my wonderful wine chalk board.

View if table, facing my little porch, Notice chandlier, still has not got a bottom light! Not decided if I going with the shade or glass. lol

See my black and white plates above the door way, from Marshalls,in
the plate holder hubby and I made.
The Table cloth is a Shower Curtain!

Centerpiece: ladies from Dollar Tree,
Prescut Crystal cake stand, a crackled bowl,
and more pink roses that are shower curtian holders,
pink rose candle holders for $1.00 each from thrift store,
4 green tea candle placed in Prescut Crystal Berry bowls.

View of table facing my side board I made from wood off our walls,
The two lamps bottoms are my Prescut Crystal pattern from a garage sale for $5.00 eachwith shade from Walmart,
making it a total of $18.00 each for lamp and shade.

This table setting is for my Daughter,
Jennifer 28th Birthday , she said: I love it for it looks Shabby Chic!


Jennifer and her daughter Brianna



Today is also my daughter, Suzette’s husband Shane Birthday. Knowing he would not love a pink table setting, we planned to do a table outdoors, where dinner was being cooked. Shane was not feeling well, at last minute, he did come. Sorry Shane, we did not set up a table for you!


My daughter Suzette, her husband Shane, their children Hannah and Creighton. Oh that my hubby on the end!



How did you like my Mini Cup Plate?

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Today At How Sweet The Sound, Beverly Asked The Question:
What did you want to be when you grew up?
I loved this question, for as a young girl, I read novels about the olden days, and how the ladies would have a rose garden and go out and pick flowers for their homes. They would have tea in their parlor, while recieving guest, they would do needle work, knitting, and have a castle wheel just for the parlor to spin on.
I took Vocational Training in Floral Design in School, worked in a Florist for hands on training. I also took a cake decorating class, and helped a caterer on weekends. I sold Home Interior, took a Interior Design Course. I learned to spin on a spinning wheel, knit, needle work, and many other things.
I think during all this time, maybe I was trying to work at being a Lady some day, for that is what I wanted to achive, as a young girl.
I do have my Parlor now, and working on having a Rose Garden.
I wonder have I achieved my dream of being a Lady?

If you would love to see many lovley table setting, home decor, lovely things treasured and used for a second time around, wonderful food and recipes.
Please visit the following website, where they host a weekly event,
by clicking on the pink words below.

Susan at Between Naps On The Porch,
where she is hosting:

Kelli at There’s No Place Like Home,
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43 thoughts on “TABLESETTING- Putting on the Pink- Mini Cup Cake Plates

  1. I love your cupcake stands! What a unique idea! And your table looks like a garden! I was awe-struck, really! So beautiful!
    All the best,
    Eileen

  2. Those cup cake stands are great. You are so cleaver and talented. The table tonight was beautiful.
    Sandy

  3. O, dear lady ..and yes, you ARE a lady…I just love your beautiful table. Your dishes are fabulous, your little cakes and stands…all so pretty.
    Hope you are feeling well…
    love, bj

  4. Katherine,

    What an elegant table you set to celebrate Jennifer and Shane’s birthdays! I love all the roses, yes, very shabby chic!! And your mini cake stands are precious (and the cupcakes look delish!) I also love your china…

    Your answer to Beverly’s question was very sweet. Becoming a lady is not the easiest thing to do without guidance and it sounds like you searched for that in all the wonderful books you had as a child. And I believe that is all you needed. I truly consider you a very smart, creative and interesting lady indeed!!

    xoxo
    Jane

  5. I think it looks chic without any shabby! It is beautiful. I really like the pink roses/shower curtain holders. Smart!

    Happy Birthday to Jennifer and Shane.
    Have a great day.
    Pam

  6. I just love your rose themed tablescape, Katherine. Your mini cupcake domes came out beautifully, they really dress the table…..everything is so pretty. Happy birthday to Jennifer and Shane! I hope you and your dh joins me for Sightseeing Sat. again..Christine

  7. Your table is so beautiful set up like this! I bet your daughter really enjoyed it. I love the cupcake stands! I will have to remember that one!

  8. Hello Katherine…

    Ohhh…what a beautiful rose tablescape!!! My friend, your china is exquisite…and you got a steal-of-a-deal on it too! I just love the pretty rose shower hooks that you used for the napkins…great idea! Now I’ll be looking at shower hooks…hehe! Okay…I just love, love, LOVE all of your little cupcake plate stands…beautiful!!! And the cupcakes look to pretty to eat! You’ve really out done yourself, my friend…this is such a lovely table! And you know what? I too have a Jennifer who is 28 yrs. old…so awesome! Sending my very best birthday wishes to your daughter…her mama sure set a beautiful table in celebration!

    You have such a beautiful home, Sweetie! I enjoyed looking around your dining room through all of your photos!

    Have a wonderfully sweet day!
    Chari
    PS…thank you so much for coming by today and for the sweet note that you left me on my Faerie Rose tablescape!

  9. What a beautiful table you’ve set! And Happy Birthday to everyone!

    I especially love the cupcakes plates, and it’s so clever to use a shower curtain ring as a napkin ring.

  10. Hello Katherine; OH My what a gorgeous table setting… I adore the cupcake stands so cute… I bet your daughter had a wonderful time at her birthday party,,, with such a lovely setting like,,,,,,,,,, who wouldn’t….. thanks for sharing.

    Hugs;
    Alaura

  11. I love the cupcake stands & your shabby chic tablescape. I love your use of a shower curtain. Very creative. Thanks for visiting my blog & leaving me a comment. It really means a lot to me.

  12. Love, Love, Love your little cupcake stands. Can’t wait to try my hand at that. I was a little confused about your comment…visiting hubby’s blog. Had to go see and I remember the bobber thing but didn’t know that was your man. So is that you sitting on the steps by the stream?
    Too funny!

  13. Katherine, your table looks absolutely stunning with the little cup plates. A really elegant pop of color. I hopped right on over to see how to make them…..thank you for the lovely idea!

  14. When I saw cupcakes in your blogtitle I knew I had to visit.I am totally in to cupcakes as you will see when you visit my blog. I love love love your pretty tablescape and I adore your cupcake covers. I have to make them. I just need to find all the stuff you need at a reasonable price because If I make them I need 16 or 18 of them. Thanks for a great idea!

  15. Aaawwww I would have loved to join you 🙂 Just imagine, a guest has his/her very own cupcake in a dome! Now that’s presentation 🙂

    This is beautiful Lady Katherine! 🙂

    Mizpah,
    Li

  16. You combined so many wonderful things … some old, some new … and it all came together nicely to create a very happy, romantic table. It looks like a table set by a lady to me … Lady with a capital “L!”

    Bill @ Affordable Accoutrements

  17. Beautiful table. I’m sorry your son-in-law missed all the pink:) I hope you will join me at Diningwithdebbie.blogspot.com for Crock Pot Wednesdays. The details for that and the Mister Linky are already posted. The first giveaway item has been announced and you can expect the additional ones over the next few days. The date of the first event is August 5. Thanks for sharing.

  18. The plates with the flower is very pretty. What a neat idea to have the individual cupcake plates. How are you feeling friend? I like looking at all your lovely things.

  19. Yes you indeed are a Lady, and a clever one at that! I love your table and the little cupcake domes. Isn’t blogging fun? I get so many great ideas from so many clever and crafty gals.
    Make it a great weekend~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

  20. Okay, my mouth is still hanging open from clicking over to see how you made those wonderful cup cake stands, but I had to come back to comment on this wonderful post! This table is just filled with such beautiful creativity! Shower curtain, napkin rings, candle holders! Your mind must just work around the clock! I don’t know how you come up with these brilliant ideas, but I sure am glad you share them with us. laurie

  21. Katherine! What a beautiful table you did. The pink rose cloth with the pink cupcake frosting and the soft candle light, WOW, I can’t say enough. I never thought of making my own cupcake dishes but you have just set me on a mission. Thanks for the fabulous idea…..:):):)

  22. katherine, your shabby chic, was lovely…you design like I would…ilove when everthing matches and has a theme..thanks for some wonderful ideas..can’t wait to make a cupcake plates..thanks again, you are very artistic..marie

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