Let's have a lobster feast at my house!
The first step was to cover the table with my vintage tablecloth featuring seafood.
I picked up a few lobster plates years ago at a Pottery Barn outlet.
I think you have all the things you need to harvest the lobster meat. A cracker, a pick, a fork and, of course, a butter warmer so you can dip the tasty morsels in melted butter. Don't forget to use the corn holders, you don't want to burn your fingers. The well used, red and white tea towel is your napkin. It's big enough to double as a bib, if you need it.
You can put your empty shells in this pan.
Isn't it a bright, colorful table?
I think my new glasses add a real "pop" to the tablescape! I love them.
Thanks to Mikasa for offering the glasses as a giveaway and to Susan for hosting it.
Tablecloth: vintage "California Hand Prints" purchased years ago
Lobster plates: Pottery Barn outlet several years ago
Wine glasses: Reidel
Water glasses: Mikasa French Countryside Ruby Goblets
Butter warmers, lobster crackers, seafood pick: Various kitchen stores over the years
Forks & butter knives: Reed & Barton stainless steel from our wedding years ago
Shawnee Corn and Standford Corn dishes: Read here about my collection
Shell tray: A gift from friends purchased in Mexico years ago
Napkins: old tea towels
I'll be linking up with Susan at Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday. Click over and join the fun!