This lovely tablescape was made by ‘Nancy’s Daily Dish’, and I consider it a romantic, rustic style for that use of green base and candle light.
Nancy turned an autumn table setting into an artistic event by using her favorite brands of dinnerware, showing countryside depicts and polychrome highlights on each plate’s range. Other features came in lovely mix of green and brown, the same tree colors, to bring the countryside freshness to her thanksgiving table.
Glass goblets came in light brown while water glasses appeared deep green. The plate chargers came also in brown; they looked rustic although they were actually made from small brown beads… exactly like the napkin rings.
The green organza and brown satin napkin folds went in harmony with the tablecloth and its green and beige centerpiece base. Some artificial green leaves and pheasant feathers were decorating the centerpiece, directly under the candle set.
To add the final touches, she used small, brown votives made of glass to match with the candle set, and spread acorns on the table and centerpiece to match with the elegant acorn-shaped tureens on top of each plate. The carved silver flatware that showed nature theme was my favorite, eye-catching feature here. Not just glowing, but also having a very adorable curve with a wide, flat end.