Happy Cinco de Mayo!! Let's have some fun!
Time for some intense color.
Speaking of intense, I decided to turn up the heat a bit on the centerpiece.
With heat from my sun and many peppers
This was one of the easiest and cheapest centerpieces I have ever made. I cut the sun shape out of a piece of gold card stock using my Silhouette and just glued it to a bamboo skewer. While I was at the grocery store I found this little bag of mini sweet peppers for $3.56 , much cheaper and more fun than any flowers I could find.
So I skewered up my mini peppers and used some small ferns I had as filler. I rarely have any florist oasis - so I usually resort to a Styrofoam cup. It worked perfectly fitting down in side my pitcher to hold all of the pepper skewers
This all made for a hot looking centerpiece that is easy, inexpensive and edible!(Well at least the peppers and the mangoes)
Now we just needed a beverage to cool us off. As you may have noticed in the past - I pick my beverages - not necessarily by taste - but by color to go with the table. My guys will test out the beverages and let me know if they are any good,
So adios for now, I hope you all have a festive Cinco de Mayo.
Chargers and Napkin Rings - Pier One Imports
Gold Dinner Plates and Gold napkins - Homegoods a while ago
Red Napkins - The Coop at Dutch Valley Gifts in Sugar Creek Ohio
Salad Plates and Red Pitcher - Marshalls two years ago
Flatware - Ikea - last year