Dianne's Creative Table

I am inspired by light, all things natural, reusing previously loved items, and bargains!

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Cinco de Mayo!

Hope you all celebrated in style!  

Glass ladybugs from the Glass Museum in Tacoma, WA. 
The hand woven flax runner is from Austria.  It was purchased in Round Top, TX.  I love the texture it adds. 
Vintage planters collected over the years.  

Rooster and candle holders from Hobby Lobby.  Twisted Rosemary branches also add to the texture on the table.  

Blue plates - Toluca Tabletops- Home Goods
Red plates - Portugal Primagera - TJ Maxx
Polka dot glasses - Old Time Pottery
Flatware - Cambridge - Ross
Linking up with Tablescape SundayTablescape Thursday hosted by Susan, and Let's Dish hosted by Kathleen.  Happy 99!


  1. What a vibrant table. I love your plates...gorgeous colours.
    Happy Sunday!

  2. Great plates and I love your fun little planters:@)

  3. Love it! I think it all looks so festive. I hope you had a great time. I am loving the size of your table to by the way!

  4. What a bright and cheerful table. I love those blue patterned plates - wow! They really make the setting.

  5. Wonderful table! Love the plate combo, bright colors. My fav's have to be your collection of vintage planters! I only have one and love it..hope i can find some more! Hugs, Linda

  6. I think you have the best Cinco de Mayo table I have seen out there! Great job!

  7. What a bright and cheerful table for Cinco de Mayo! I especially love those vintage planters. My grandmother had a similar one, planted with cactus.

  8. Oh, those plates are spectacular! I have never seen anything like them and they certainly are the stars of the table. We definitely made Mexican food but I didn't do much for the table as it was buffet style.

  9. Very festive table, Diane! My homemade nachos, made with homemade chips, wiith a side of homemade quacamole, would have gone great with your exquisite presentation. Of course, you KnOw my favorite thing...that runner bought in Round Top!