Tablescape Tuesday: Weekend Showers

“The point is this: whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows bountifully will also reap bountifully.”
‭‭2 Corinthians‬ ‭9:6‬

We are two weeks away from the official start of summer, and wow…we are already feeling the heat!  Thankfully, this past weekend, we did get that much needed rain…and we, along with our garden are so thankful!  Even Tablescape Tuesday needed a break from those temps!  I guess you could say weekend showers bring indoor tablescapes!

We’ve been on hydrangea overload lately with last Tuesday’s tablescape and a coffee table vignette yesterday, and yes, it continues today!  While they are plentiful, I plan to enjoy the color and beauty they bring to the table!  Pull up a seat and have dinner with us!

Once again the hydrangeas are the showstopper, but notice there are some pink ones that have appeared!


My hydrangeas that are planted in my front yard are deep purple to a medium blue color.

The centerpiece consists of three square vases of hydrangeas and a pair of sterling candle stands that I received as a wedding gift (a long time ago)!

American Atelier “Baroque” charger with “Willow” dinner plates by Johnson Bros.!


Pink napkins add to the pink hydrangeas…napkin rings are hand painted mini terracotta pots…a favorite of mine!


I love a table setting that is placed directly onto the warm wood of the table…no cloth or placemats!

“A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in a setting of silver”
Proverbs 25:11

After the table is cleared, I can enjoy the hydrangeas for several days, perhaps a week!

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  1. Kim says:

    Gorgeous! I agree. You should always enjoy the hydrangeas while they’re blooming since they don’t last all summer long. Your table is so pretty and inviting. Your napkin ring pots are so fun! It adds a bit of whimsy to your elegant table. I love that. Happy Tuesday, friend!

  2. Pam, your hydrangeas are awesome, and I’d be showcasing them like that too! Love those little napkin rings, and I also like a bare wood table. I was just working up a tablescape on mine yesterday. The rain this past weekend was a welcomed relief for me too – watering the annuals to get & keep them established has been a chore. I always enjoy your tablescapes. Happy Tuesday!

  3. Cindy Conner says:

    Pam, everything is so beautiful! I love your tablescape and I do love the beautiful hydrangeas. The blue and white dishes always steel my heart. Happy Day. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

  4. Marianne says:

    Beautiful table setting as always. My hydrangeas are plentiful this year. Love the blue since it is my favorite color.

  5. Just beautiful Pam! It’s killing me to be at the beach when I know I have a garden full of hydrangea blooms in Bham, teasing me to play with them! I love dining room tables without a cloth, the wood is such a stunning statement with your pink and blue profusion of blooms and tableware.

  6. dolores says:

    magnificent table !!, hydrangeas are spectacular, the intense blue and pink make a very beautiful set.
    Sorry that some post not have discussed, we have had a busy week. The day June 15 will again operate my husband throat.
    Always we trust God.
    A big hug

    • Dolores, me encanta saber de usted … usted es un dulce amiga a la que nunca he conocido. Me siento tener que leer de la próxima cirugía de garganta de su marido, ¿esto es debido a su cáncer? Butch y yo estaremos orando por él y para ti, la paz de Dios! Por favor, compartir más detalles conmigo si es posible. Bendiciones, Pam
      Dolores, I love hearing from you…you are a sweet friend whom I have never met. I am sorry to read of your husband’s upcoming throat surgery, is this due to his cancer? Butch and I will be praying for him and for you, peace from God! Please share more details with me if you can. Blessings, Pam

      • dolores says:

        Querida Pam, Antonio tiene algo sospechoso en lo que le queda de cuerdas vocales que le operaron hará un año en Agosto. El doctor tiene que comprobar que esa variación que ha surgido en la garganta no sea cáncer, así que le tienen que operar de nuevo, quitarlo y analizarlo.
        Yo soy persona positiva que pienso siempre en positivo porque siento que Dios me ayuda, que está ahí, nunca me ha fallado.
        Gracias por tu interés, iré diciendo que tal van las cosas. De momento antes de operarse estaremos toda la familia junta porque celebraremos el cumpleaños de Antonio y de mi hija mayor, Almudena. Antonio nació el día 13 de junio y Almundena el dia 12.

        Dear Pam, Antonio has something suspicious about what’s left vocal cord surgery he will be a year in August. The doctor has to check that this variation that has arisen in the throat is not cancer, so you have to operate again to remove it and analyze it.
        I am a positive person who always think positive because I feel that God helps me, it’s there, it has never failed.
        Thanks for your interest, go saying such things go. Moment before surgery will be the whole family together for celebrating the birthday of Antonio and my eldest daughter, Almudena. Antonio was born on June 13th and the 12th Almundena.

  7. I see the weather has chased you indoors, not because of rain, but because of the heat. Did you catch my Fourth of July tablescape? We will most certainly be dining inside on the 4th, if it isn’t because of the storms it will be because of the heat down here in central Florida! The table is lovely! I miss hydrangea so much and am anxious to get up North and enjoy the last of the Spring blooms! Thanks so much for joining us at the Celebrate Your Story Link party!

  8. Your table is beautiful with all your hydrangeas. I never tire of hydrangeas. Your colors are so pretty and isn’t it fun they change colors. The rain was wonderful to keep them hydrated.
    I did six arrangements this morning for different rooms for a luncheon. Wish I had blooming flowers all the time. I am soo glad we have blooms this year.
    Good photography to capture the vivid colors.

  9. So gorgeous Pam….I am so happy that many of us are enjoying the hydrangeas this year…We seem to have the same colors in the hydrangeas..Gorgeous table as always. Love that you did not cover up that gorgeous wood of the table.

  10. Jann Olson says:

    Wow Pam, the Hydrangeas certainly are the star of the show! Your entire table is beautiful, but I couldn’t take my eyes off of them. 🙂 The napkin rings are so cute too. Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  11. lulu says:

    You are feeling the heat and the last few mornings, we’ve have the fireplace going. I’m not complaining! No matter how/where hydrangeas are used, they add such stand alone beauty.

  12. Shannon@Belle Bleu Interiors says:

    Your tablescape is absolutely stunning!!! Your house is gorgeous, and I love all the color. I’m new to the blogging world and just ran across your wonderful blog. I can’t wait to read more.

    • Shannon, welcome to the blogging world. I still count myself as being new. Two years ago this August I began. If you have any questions that I could answer, I would love to share with you what I have learned! Thanks for visiting…please come back! Blessings

      • Shannon@Belle Bleu Interiors says:

        Thank you so much for welcoming me. I’m very excited to be starting this new journey.

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