It’s time to enjoy tables set for our viewing. Please visit Susan at Between Naps on the Porch to be inspired !
I had so much fun mixing and matching last week for my Mother’s Day table that I decided to do it again for our Taco Night table. I wanted to choose colors that would represent the colorful Mexican culture.
I rolled my napkins like taquitos and used some made in Mexico napkin rings. I had 6 of the flowery ones and found two striped ones that completed the 8 place settings. The 4 red and white checked plates I found at Goodwill and the 4 red and white flowered plates I picked up at HomeGoods.
The center cake plate and candle holder were both Goodwill purchases, too.
Our daughter Katie, my sister Lana and her husband Steve…
Our son Josh, my nephew Caleb, his girlfriend Marie and our DIL Laura.
I bought 8 of these goblets at a thrift store on Main St. in Ventura, California for 49 cents each.
The tablecloth came from Goodwill also.
This was a fun table to enjoy with our company. We built our own tacos and had brownie sundaes for dessert with a fun game of Mexican Train after the meal…
Looking forward to getting around to see tables from around the blogisphere…
Photobucket replaced all my photos with ugly black and grey boxes and they are holding my photos hostage until I pay them lots of money. I’m slowly going through all my posts and trying to clean them up and replacing some photos. Such a bother.