I’ve got some great Amazon dining finds to share! I feel like I end up doing the same thing on repeat, so I’ve bought a few new things. I stuck with green and white because they are versatile and work well with any occasion — especially Christmas. And aren’t my moss bunnies so cute?
Here’s what I found:
- Gauze table runner
- Linen striped napkins
- Green linen napkins
- French Provincial chargers
- Green goblet glasses
- Green branches
- Moss bunny – standing
- Moss bunny – sitting
- “He is Risen” banner
- Leaf ribbon
The only things not on the list were white plates and silverware. So let’s build this tablescape, shall we?
To add some layering, I chose this gauze table runner to anchor the vases and bunnies. This one is long and flowy. And I liked the price ;) It can be difficult to find an affordable runner long enough for this 9-foot table.
I found these pretty (and affordable) linen napkins in a beige and white ticking stripe. These can be used any time of year as well. And they come in a pack of 12! I like that the runner and napkins coordinate, but don’t match.
I’m so excited about these pretty French Provincial chargers (similar and similar). They add a fancy factor to the table. I also like that they are heavy-duty plastic so they won’t break and I can use them again and again.
I’ve had my eye on these green goblet glasses for awhile now and finally decided to go for it! And I’m so glad I did. It’s fun to have a set of glasses that dress up the table for special occasions. I like that they tie in the green from the leaves.
Vases & leafy stems
These vases are great because they can be used with any arrangement and they’re tall enough to support taller stems. These green branches add height and a springy feel that I was going for. There’s something so fresh about green.
This 265-foot ball of leaf ribbon really added detail and tied everything together. See what I did there? But seriously at $13 the possibilities with this are endless. It would be really pretty on presents too. I added it to the table runner, the bunnies and banner.
And finally, I topped the space off with this “He is Risen” banner on the wall to celebrate our Savior’s resurrection.