Tablescapes, Dinner in the Cantina

We’re having a cozy little dinner in the Cantina tonight

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Just in time for Cinco de Mayo

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Since the wooden cantina sign is atop the burlap runner down the center of the table, the “centerpiece” is located at one end

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It’s a little patio scene

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with mismatched chippy metal chairs

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and mini sombreros

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Sunflowers in old wine bottles and free range chickens promenade down the table

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Everybody gets their own maraca and sombrero

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Green table mats are laid on the chair backs as well as at each place

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A beverage station is at the opposite end of the table

bloody Mary glasses

Glasses at the ready for spicy Bloody Marys

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and a tilted pitcher for Margaritas or Sangria

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Atop the base green mat is a round blue mat and an orange straw charger

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The dinnerware is a mix of Pflatgraff Villa della Luna and Napoli

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Happy Cinco de Mayo!

Juicy Details

You can see tutorials for the elements pictured here on the links below

Party Signs

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Got a Wine Bottle?

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Bloody Mary glasses and Pitcher/JMdesigns

“Patio furniture”/Hobby Lobby

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I will be sharing with the fabulous parties and blogs on my side bar and

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Comments
20 Responses to “Tablescapes, Dinner in the Cantina”
  1. Candy S says:

    Ay, Chihuahua! This Cantina is just stellar!!! I love the sombreros and the maracas, they are the perfect touches for celebrating Cinco De Mayo! I am loving the Bloody Mary glasses and the Cantina sign too.

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  2. Mary says:

    You’re ready for a fiesta Jenna! I adore your painted cantina sign hanging in your bar area and on the table as a runne… the painted bottles, adorable maracas and sombreros too 🙂

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  3. Lynn says:

    OMG I’m thinking Barbies would love your little patio set, it’s too cute! I said to the boys today “next Sunday we’ll do Cinco de Mayo, do you want burritos or enchiladas?”. The oldest… “I don’t know what that is but burritos sound good”. Just a glimpse into my world… Have a great week:@)

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  4. This is FABULOUS! Honestly, I do love anything associated with Cinco de Mayo, but yours is really special. Those sombreros on the backs of every chair is just icing on the cake. So clever, and fun!

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  5. Patricia says:

    What time does the party start and won’t you be my neighbor?

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  6. Very fun!

    – Alma, The Tablescaper

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  7. Ann Krucek says:

    Cute, Cute, Cute!! very festive and fun! Hoping to get my act together to do a Cinco de Mayo table this weekend – you’ve inspired me!!

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  8. lulu says:

    Ah, Jenna, this is my kind of table. I love the lively colors, the good food, the spirit of Cinco de Mayo.

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  9. Oh wow! This is one Gorgeous, Festive, and Fun table. Love it!

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  10. Bev says:

    Every detail is wonderful and so well thought out. Love the sombreros on the chairs, the furniture decor,…I could go on and on. Beautiful!

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