Blue and White Block Print Tablescape with India & Ivy

May 4, 2021

It’s Tablescape Tuesday and Sarah and I can’t wait to share this cheerful blue and white table with you all! I feel like it’s been so long since we’ve shared a blue and white table, which, if you’re a regular around here- you know that’s unusual! I’m so glad blue and white is back in the rotation, it’s been too long!!

The beautiful hand blocked linens featured in today’s ‘scape are from India & Ivy. This particular blue and white print is part of their Springtown collection and it’s just so gorgeous and versatile! I love the matching tablecloth and napkin combination so much.

The blue and white swirl dishes are perfect for outdoor entertaining! They’re carbon steel then dipped in porcelain enamel which means they don’t break, aka great for patio and casual dining. These were on my wedding registry and I use them all the time and find that they go with so much. They are really fun to mix and match with.

Sarah and I had to pull out one of our favorite napkin rings from Fete Home to introduce some natural elements to this tablescape. Other ways we did this were by using our scalloped wicker placemats and our go-to bamboo flatware.

How fun is the speckled glassware from Home with Hechart? I love that they bring in a few different shades of blue.

The sweetest little addition are the place cards from Fernandina Paper Co. What’s amazing about this service is that you pay a monthly fee to have access to a huge library of beautiful printable paper products. I love their selection of place cards for entertaining, but they also offer invitations, personal stationery, gift tags, note pads, and tons more! It’s so easy to print at home or you can send it off to your local print shop for even better quality. I use a thicker card stock paper for the place cards and my at home printer, and they come out so nice!

We finished off the tablescape with the brightest of yellow florals. Daffodils, tulips and the cutest little daisies made it the happiest centerpiece yet. I love the pop of color in the sea of blue and white!

Photos by Alisia Thompson