A baby girly tablescape

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Coming up with an all baby girlish look was fun for me. The conventional “pink for baby girl” color scheme was easy with the Royal Albert Lady Carlyle pieces I already have. I added the silver tea service for a slight contrast:

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A baby party would not be complete without petit fours decorated with baby booties, in this case pink. I also added the white cupcakes decorated with pink and lavender flowers to match the Lady Carlyle bouquets:

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A cake (though not consumed by the baby) personalized with baby’s monogram added a touch of special-ness:

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A fruit salad topped with a pacifier for a fun touch:

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At the other end of the table are various heirloom lovelies that belong to the baby —

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A less formal setup in another room for the little people:

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Thanks for stopping by. I hope you had enjoyed my baby girl tablescape.

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46 thoughts on “A baby girly tablescape

  1. Oh Wendy, What a sweet party for a little girl. Everything is just perfect. The food looks so fabulous, too. Love all the heirlooms!! Lovely…

  2. Oh, how darling this is! You just did such a beautiful job, and it is precious for a little girl! Love it!

    Happy Tablescape Thursday…

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

  3. Wow – That is absolutely gorgeous. I am going to be posting a baby shower for Foodie Friday tomorrow, but it will look “naked” after seeing all that beauty….Double Wow! Linda

  4. Oh Wendy how precious! I remember she was born the day before my birthday! January is a fun time to have a birthday! The OFB gown is beautiful. I love the teddy! You Dishaholic Girl! ;-) Beautiful setting!

  5. Oh how wonderful is this, one of my fav tables this week!
    Love the quilt for the table color, it brings out the colors in the china. Great all around!
    Linda Q

  6. Hi there! I loved your baby girly table. Since I am the only female living in our house, doing a girly table isn’t something that happens very often but I adore what you have done and the way you have styled everything. I love the dishes. They are gorgeous!
    Warmly,
    Alisa

  7. Love, love, love your plates. I have a tea cup & saucer in this pattern that I found at the thrift store. I would love to have a complete set of dishes like you. Fabulous tablescape.

  8. FanTABulous array of color and so feminine!!! I love it.

    My show n tell is offered for viewing, won’t you stop by sometime today and keep me company?

    Have a terrific Friday and wonderful weekend.

  9. A gorgeous tablescape! Every thing is amazing from the Royal Albert china to the food, and all the vintage things displayed. Lovely! Thank you for sharing.

  10. What a sweet table! Love you china…it’s beautiful! Those petit fours looked soooo yummy! I could oooh and ahhh for days over all the little special touches on your table. :-) I love the table for the “little folks” too! :-) Thanks for a great table setting for Tablescape Thursday! Susan

  11. What a beautiful party you’ve created! The dishes are on of my favorites, your silver tea service is beautiful and the petit fours and cupcakes are precious! It is all just so lovely!
    Have a fabulous Sunday!
    ;-D

  12. this is absolutely beautiful! you put a lot of love and care into your planning. i could never do anything like this :O( – i really admire those who can!

    i like the idea of the pacifier with the fruit. the cake you made is beautiful – who cares if the baby gets any or not – lol. excellent post. thanks for sharing it with us!

    There is always room at The Shadow of the Cross. Feel free to visit anytime.

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