Monday, June 16, 2014

Welcome to the Beach and a Beachy Tablescape



It's summer! Time to get your swim suit ready, flip flops on and with the blink of an eye and the snap of a finger, you are here. 












Tybee Island is just beautiful. If you like relaying by the water, gazing off into the horizon, or walking on the sand, Tybee can be perfect.



Tybee Island, also known as Savannah's Beach, is just 18 miles from Savannah. So it's an easy hop, skip and a jump right into the water. 









There are three miles of uninterrupted public beach to enjoy. 












After a day at the beach, let's sit down to a beach themed table decked out in blues.






Personal notes can be written to each person on the back of the seahorse card in each plate or the sand dollar card tucked in the napkin. The cards are all stamped with Tim Holtz stamps.




The breadrack is just a little beachy too. 



Wow, a day at the beach can be so tiring, take care and good night!


Linking to:

Masterpiece Monday at Boogieboard Cottage
Make-It-Pretty Monday’s at The Dedicated House
Amaze Me Monday at Dwellings
Metamorphosis Monday@ Between Naps on the Porch
Mod Mix Monday @ Mod Vintage Life
Mosaic Monday
Table It @ Rustic and Refined

Inspire Me Tuesday at A Stroll Thru Life on Tuesday
The Scoop at Confessions of a Plate Addict
You’re Gonna Love It Tuesday at Kathe With an E
Tweak It Tuesday at Cozy Little House

WowUs Wednesdays at Savvy Southern Style
Let's Dish  at Cuisine Kathleen on Wednesday
Centerpiece Wednesday at the Style Sisters
Ivy and Elephants for What Is It Wednesday
Swing into Spring @ DIY by Design


Tablescape Thursday@ Between Naps on the Porch
Favorite Things Thursday at Katherine’s Corner
Home and Garden Thursday at A Delightsome Life
Grace at Home @ Imparting Grace
Home Sweet Home at The Charm of Home on Thursday

Feathered Nest Friday at the French Country Cottage
Common Ground for Be Inspired Friday
My Romantic Home for Show and Tell Friday
Jennifer Rizzo for Fabulously Creative Friday


Sunny Simple Sunday at Sunny Simple Life
Three Mango Seeds It's Party Time on Sundays
 DIY Showoff for DIY Showoff Party on Sundays






31 comments:

  1. The beach looks beautiful and inviting - wonder how long it would take to drive there from MOntreal ( have to google that )
    And LOVE your table scape ( I have those wine glasses too !!! )
    Hopping over from Stone Gable
    XOXO

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  2. Oh, Judy! I love, love, love this! It's peaceful with all the blue & white, and you've added so many really cool touches that make it special. The little seahorse and starfish cards are really neat! I found some at TJ Maxx a couple of weeks ago, but they're not nearly as cool as these!!!

    Those plates! Look at that design! Oh, my goodness! So cool!!! And I love those starred decanters for personal refills on wine or water!

    I don't know if you ever saw the movie "Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil", but the attorney in the movie references Tybee Island. It was for that reason I wanted to visit when we were in Savannah. Ramon & I were standing on the shores of the ocean at Tybee Island on the night of that horrific tsunami some years ago. We had no idea what devastation was going on half a world away. It was dark, cold, rainy and the waves were crashing like train wrecks against the rocks, but Ramon was determined I was going to see the Atlantic. We could've been killed!!!! Men!

    Beautiful table, Judy! I love it!

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  3. Such a subtle beauty in the blue and white. The plates, the bottles, napkins and rings are all cool. I love it all, especially the trip to Tybee public beach.
    Thanks for sharing, it sure looks like you poured you heart into it.
    Wanda @weekendwanderlust.co

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  4. Judy, I am loving all of the blue and white beauty on your beachy table. The little seahorse prints on the shell plates make the whole scene come to life. It looks like you spent a lot of time and effort into planning and creating this lovely table. I bought a black wire birdcage shaped like a lighthouse yesterday that I am feeling inspired to paint white and blue today and use it in a tablescape. I didn't know what I was going to do with it until I saw this post. Thank you so much for the inspiration... Candy

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  5. Beautiful table...I think a few of us had blue on the mind this week...great color for a happy table.
    Those shell plates are awesome.
    Have a great week, Judy!

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  6. How pretty! I have always wanted to visit there! Thanks for linking it with Home Sweet Home!
    Sherry

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  7. I like this tablescape - the shell plates are awesome! I've never been to Tybee, but it sure looks like a nice beach. Just added you to my circle so I can follow your blog, Judy. :)
    Rita C at Panoply

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  8. I would love having dinner with you...this is just my style! I love everything about the ocean! Enjoy your week!

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  9. Love all the blues! I have been to Savannah many times but not Tybee. It looks beautiful.

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  10. Nice and calm summery table. The beach area you showed looks so inviting. I especially like the shell plates! Those are cute bottles with the starfish- and the lantern is the perfect centerpiece!

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  11. Your table is a true reflection of the beach. Being from Texas every starfish made me think of the Texas "Star".

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  12. Judy, Tybee has been on my "must visit" list for quite some time now, and I'm very interested in the little cottages that are along the shore there. I can't wait to see it! I alway love a nice beachy table setting and your idea of writing personal notes to your guests is wonderful! I am definitely borrowing this idea! Have a wonderful evening! Linda

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  13. great looking table Judy, I love the crisp navy and white palette contrasted with the delicate printed tags~ I love that ceramic bottle especially~navy and white is such a classic palette for summer and sea~
    Jenna

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  14. What a pretty table you've set!
    I hadn't ever heard about this Island until I saw it on an episode of 'House Hunters' on HGTV. What a piece of paradise!

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  15. Terrific beachy table! I like the white lantern as the centerpiece and those cards are terrific - great idea to use them to write notes to guests or as placecards.

    DD

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  16. Hi Judy, We've been to Savannah often but never made it to Tybee, I've always wanted to go! I love your nautilus plates set against the ocean blue and your beachy touches!

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  17. Oh how I wish I was there pushing my feet in the sand. So lovely! Your beach tablescape is beautiful. Thank you for sharing your wonderful blog at the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop. I featured you on facebook ♥

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  18. Oh how pretty! Seeing your beach inspired table makes me miss my days living in south florida! Such a wonderful table...thanks for sharing it!

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  19. Beautiful post! I really like those nautilus plates!

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  20. Great table. Love the shellfish plates.

    - The Tablescaper

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  21. That is gorgeous...I love the shell plates...you did such a great job. Thanks for sharing on the Thursday blog Hop!!

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  22. I could see me chilling out and relaxing on Tybee Island. I could also see perfectly content and the beautiful table you put together.

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  23. I could see me chilling out and relaxing on Tybee Island. I could also see perfectly content and the beautiful table you put together.

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  24. I could see me chilling out and relaxing on Tybee Island. I could also see perfectly content and the beautiful table you put together.

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  25. I could see me chilling out and relaxing on Tybee Island. I could also see perfectly content and the beautiful table you put together.

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  26. Love this table...so cool and refreshing. The seashell plates are wonderful!

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  27. Beautiful table, love the colors
    and the theme. Love love love,
    those neat shell plates, they look so striking on the blue plates and
    thought the idea of the note cards
    at each place was really neat.

    My daughter just moved to Asheville N.C. the end of Sept. last year,and we thought Tybee island would be a nice place to meet in the middle.
    You don't by any chance know of any rental condos or houses right on the beach do you?? Any info
    would be appreciated. It looks and sounds like a lovely place.

    Hope you are having a lovely weekend,
    Blessings,Nellie

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  28. Such a gorgeous sea scape setting.
    Love how tranquil and relaxed it is.
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  29. Absolutely charming coastal tablescape!
    Thank you for sharing the creative fun.

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  30. Gorgeous views! I would love to visit Tybee Island, maybe one day!
    Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY...
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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  31. This is a great place to visit and I adore Savannah! Thanks for sharing the pics. Haven't been to Tybee in a while. Especially since I'm only about 3 hours away! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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