The centerpiece just HAD to feature fresh lemons, which I piled into a Villeroy and Boch hurricane I've had for several years. After taking these photos, three of the lemons were used to make a lemon bundt cake.
Given the bright, cheerful print of the runner, I kept the placesetting simple -- a plain yellow plate (Pier 1) topped with a Bordallo salad plate in Basketweave-Blue. I only have two of the salad plates, so this is a table for two.
Then I added blue heart-shaped covered ramekins from a Le Creuset outlet, blue goblets (Villeroy and Boch), blue napkins, and our everyday stainless.
Here's a closer look at the dishes against the runner.
Here's a view of the table. I added blue glass candlesticks and candles to the lemon-filled hurricane.
Here's a "diner's view" down the table.
It's a very simple table, but that's my style! Thank you for visiting my table, and I hope you'll leave a comment before you visit the wonderful tablescapes featured on Tablescape Thursday this week at Susan's Between Naps on the Porch.