The weekend was not just limited to Fiestaware. We set tables in several themes - the one below is to celebrate the Rodeo Weekend in Fortuna, CA.
Overview of the table.
The place setting - definitely set for a Barbeque.
Glassware includes a mason jar and short beer glass.
Placemat and napkin are men-style hankies.
No Fiestaware here - Pat's very used Waeschterwach cherry red salad plates.
This was really a clean plate - it was the photographer.
Simple flatware in satin finish is perfect for this setting.
Pat's individual bean pots (found at a rummage sale) look natural.
Pat used an emply can as a candleholder.
We had little pieces of straw everywhere.
Yes, vegetarian beans........I don't eat meat.
Mens-style hankies - Michael's and WalMart
Cobalt blue Fiestaware - from Jennifer's collection
Red Salad plate - Waeschtersbach cherry red
Pie pan - Marie Callender
Flatware - Costco several years ago
Individual Bean pots - Rummage sale
Small bale of hay - Michael's
Just a little extra - Here's a little sampling of some of the settings that we did this weekend:
Orange and blue. Cobalt Fiesta, Noritake flatware, Pier 1 glasses.
Here it is in brown. Glasses are by Lenox. Napkin ring is from Pier 1.
Very classy, this setting uses white Portieux glassware.
Fiestaware can be mixed and match.
Spoiler alert: You'll probably see many of these place settings as tablescapes later on.
Can you believe? Turquoise Fiesta so dressy?
Here's Johnson Brothers Rose Chintz with Rose colored Fiesta.
Gold colored charger and gold flatware make Scarlet and Brown Fiesta gorgeous.
I love this combination: Turquoise and Chocolat Fiesta.
Calvin Klein Luna dinnerware mixed with Pier 1 charger and accent plate.
Pat couldn't resist: Flamingos and Fiesta (this is the Rose colored Fiesta.)