Snowflake Tablescape

Our daughter Katie turned 25 last week and on the morning of a little dinner party planned for her it snowed here! A theme is born…the snowflake table.













Her snowflake taco party was a success!


The cake was a spice cake with snow on top. Yes of course that’s snow in the form of powdered sugar! The only problem with snow on top of a birthday cake is when you go to blow out the candles you also get a snow flurry!

I’m linking to the lovely Susan at Between Naps on the Porch please click on over to see some very nice tables set for our enjoyment!


Plates: Nikko – Vintage Lace Platinum from Marshalls  ~ Snowflake tablecloth, centerpiece, napkins and napkin rings are from Martha Stewart K-Mart collection  ~ Candle holders are from a garage sale ~ Goblets, cut glass dessert plates, cake plate and scarf I used as a runner are from thrift stores ~

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.

About Ellen am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

31 thoughts on “Snowflake Tablescape

  1. Beautiful table Ellen! We are so dry here this year….I’m in the mood to make some kind of snowflake wreath to hang beside our front door….GIVE ME SNOW! And I LOVED that Katie got to create a little snow storm when she blew out the candles….those are the great memories….too funny.

  2. I just love these. I keep saying you should open your own business doing this type of thing. You are spectacular. I have to say and don’t take this wrong but Tacos on that setting just seems like oil and water LOL I bet those were the prettiest tacos out 🙂 LOL

  3. Ellen, that’s beautiful! We are invited to our granddaughter’s One-derland Birthday soon and the theme will be snowflakes… but I don’t anticipate it looking as elegant as this one for a 25-year old.

  4. You certainly have beautiful things and a flair for putting it all together! I looked back at the post with all your table scapes from the year….gorgeous! I’m sure you are busy with wedding plans. Our daughter was married in Sept so I now from whence I speak! 🙂

  5. Snow flurry! LOL

    The table looks great! Guess a lot of us were thinking snow and ice tonight!
    Love your pretty snowflake napkin rings. Looks like above missed them! 🙂
    Happy 2011!

  6. Love, the silver napkin rings, your crystals & above all your cake stand.

    Looks everyone enjoys the dinner.

    Love your settings, so simple & elegant.

    Happy TS…
    Greetings from freezing Stockholm,

  7. ellen,
    Love your table with the snowflakes! Did I mention in my post that I LOVE SNOW? ? ? Your blue napkins and bordered tablecloth are such a nice backdrop for the all white accessories!
    Thank you for visiting On Crooked Creek and your kind comment! Stop by again, soon!

  8. Ellen. . again a lovely tablescape. I love the picture close to the bottom. The vertical one at table view. Lovely.
    I smiled at the info about blowing out candles on a powedered sugar topped cake. Fun.

  9. Hello Ellen B!!
    Your snowflake table is gorgeous!!! HAve you ever done a collage of all your tables you’ve set? I think that would be fun to see.

    I hope you’re having a lovely day. Minus the toe incident of course ;-O.

    xoxo cori g.

  10. This so gorgeous! I SO want to see your store of table linens and dishes. What fun to put together a beautiful table like this.

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