Saturday, October 26, 2013

Be-Witching Blue

 Halloween is in the orange, blue, and white shades of colors.  
The witch, hat with pumpkins and gourds begin the decorations. 

Royal Homes of Britain by Enoch Wedgwood! Beginning with a soup/cereal bowl.
Dinner plate
Gourds in the fruit bowl 
Bread and butter.
The orange napkin and pumpkin napkin ring from Pier One next to the blue flatware by Mainstays.
Teacup and saucer.
Soup spoon for soup crowns dinner plate.
This pretty place setting is waiting for you,
or you can select one of the others. 
Sit down and enjoy the sight of the be-witching centerpiece.
Lean in for a closer peek.
Pumpkins and gourds waiting for your picking.
The silver witch's hat awaits the lighting.
The wonderful witch holds the teapot in time to pour your serving.
The witch is "Witches Brew" by Jacqueline Kent's Tea Bags
She is a darling creation made by a talented artist.
This is the cup and saucer that the artist created for the witch. 
White bone china teapot in the shape of a gourd is made by Grace. 
Notice the finial designed as leaves of a gourd that reach down to rap around the spout
Fenton created this white "Hobnail" creamer filled with a gourd....
and sugar bowl filled with its own gourd.
The orange mums enhance with tiny pumpkins and gourds. 
The cobalt candle and candle stick are ready to cast a flicking glow to create a be-witching scene. 
Before you leave give a final glance at this charming tablescape.
Also for your viewing a few items in entry hall, living room, and dinning room. Enjoy a few more touches of Halloween.
A friendly trick-or-treater carries a lantern to lead the way,
The pretty little witch rides her broom from house to house.
Trick-or-treaters are by Ragon House Collection.
They await the Halloween candy basket to be placed between them.
The two pumpkin head await to go to the masquerade ball dressed in a black lace skirt and black/white overalls from Candy Corn Collection. 
Dressed for the ball with her cone basket and polka dotted blouse..... 
stand guard with the clown hatter for the party to begin.
Wear you costume and come and sit on the sofa until the Halloween Ball begins.

I will be posting this on

these tea blogs; Rose Chintz Cottage, Artful Affirmations,

Cuisine Kathleen, Martha's Favorites and Bernideen's Tea Time.

The blogs of A Stroll thru Life,
A Delightsome Life, Between Naps On The Porch,
and The Tablescaper are some of my favorites and
 I will also post on them this week!



Pattie T. said...

I love this set of blue dinnerware. It reminds me of another set that I love called "Old British Castles." I also like your creativity here in combining this gorgeous blue with orange for Halloween. I like the non-traditional.

Sylvia said...

Love your table setting! The blue and white goes good with the orange.

Snap said...

what fun at your halloween ball! love your tablescape, the orange accents really make your lovely dinnerware *pop*. you have some fun halloween decorations. Happy Tea Day!

Stephanie said...

Such lovely blues! I have one tea cup that I received in a tea cup exchange is it is also Wedgewood - the patterns are so pretty! Thanks for sharing :)

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hello Pam,
I LOVE your blue Wedgwood! I have one teacup and saucer and I would love to find more pieces. The gourds are so pretty and the white Grace teapot is cute as well as the hobnail s/c. Thank you for coming to tea and for your lovely comment. Enjoy your day.


Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said...

Such a beautiful Fall tablescape! I love your blue & white dishes with milk glass pretty!

Hope you'll come share at AMAZE ME MONDAY!

Phyllis @Around the House said...

I love your orange and blue and white, it is delightful, the little witch is the cutest thing and with those beautiful old castle dishes it's perfect...thanks for sharing...Phyllis

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

Your tablescape is striking in the blue and orange - love the sweet little witch - beautifully crafted! So delighted that you shared with A Return to Loveliness,

kitty said...

Hi Pam,
The orange and blue make such a striking combo together. I love it. The gourd teapot is beautiful and the witch is so cute. I loved taking a peek at all your Halloween decor. Fun!

Antiques And Teacups said...

Well I am ALWAYS a fan of blue and white, but that orange is such a great color pop with it! And I just love the pumpkin teapot! So cute! The gourds are wonderful. How special! Thanks so much for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!

Diane said...

Love, love your centerpiece! I think your figure looks more like a Fairy God-witch, than a scary one. She has such a pleasant expression on her adorable face! The blue and orange color scheme is fabulous. Beautiful job!

Diane Jordan said...

Hi lovely lady from Texas.
Your Tablescape for Halloween is Gorgeous I am also from Texas like you. I am hoping you can come over and see my Tablescape also.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh I love your Halloween decor and I adore your beautiful blue and orange tablescape. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

Sherry Thecharmofhome said...

This is some gorgeous transferware! Love how you mixed it with orange! Your witch is awesome too! Thanks for stopping by. Have a nice Halloween!

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi: Everything looks so beautiful. Those pillows are amazing. Love the table and that hat! Great Halloween post. Blessings, Martha said...

Your Halloween things are precious~ very creative to combine with your lovely blue china!Happy Halloween!

xinex said...

Beautiful table, Pam. I love the transferware. Beautiful Halloween accessories too....Christine

Terri said...

Oh my, what a lovely autumn tablescape! I love your Homes of Britain china! It looks amazing paired with red/orange.
Fun fun fun with your Halloween ball. I am sure all will have a very good (spooky) time.

Micupoftea said...

Hello! Visiting from Martha's Favorites. Wow, the blue and white dishes look WONDERFUL with orange!! Your home is very lovely. Enjoy the last days of October.

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

Your table is lovely. I'm really in love with your blue transferware china.

Maria Elena said...

Beautiful tablescape! Love the color theme! I would love if you stop by and link up this wonderful post to my party which is live now! Hope to see you there! Hugs, Maria

Terri Buster said...

I am in love with your adorable little statues- so cute!

Veronica Roth said...

Blue and orange is one of my most favourite combinations. I love the combinations from the opposite sides of the colour spectrum. Your little figurines are wonderful too. :)

Betty W said...

All I can say is WOW. Your table looks so great. Love the witch.

Deb said...

Your table looks so festive. I love the blue and white with the orange..gorgeous. Deb

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

I love this set of dishes! Blue and orange are always so great together. I'd love to share a cup of tea at this table. Linda

The Tablescaper said...

Love the blue and orange and those pumpkin heads are adorable!

- The Tablescaper

Sarah said...

Love blue and white with a touch of orange. This is a lovely fall tablescape. Your blue candlesticks are gorgeous, and your little Halloween figures are adorable. Who is the artist for the two pumpkin witch figures. They are calling my name. '-)
~ Sarah

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

What a wonderful tablescape! That witch on the table is awesome. You have a great collection of blue and white dinnerware!

All your Halloween things are very nice, too!

I *really* like your teapot though.

Thanks so much for your visit today!!

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

The orange with the blue and white is so beautiful, nice change from the usual black and orange or browns, etc. The cute witch centerpiece is so cute.

The tea pot is very pretty and I enjoyed seeing your whimsical Halloween collection. So fun!


Anonymous said...

Love the orange and blue together. Those dishes are gorgeous!

Beeutiful by Design said...

Love your blue and orange we are cousin posters this week. The teapot is beautiful as well.

Marigene said...

Pam, this is my kind of Halloween table! I ♥♥♥ orange and blue together. Your witch has such a sweet face, sort of grandmotherly, instead of being scary.
Have a wonderful week...

All The Pretty Dishes said...

I don't know if it's appropriate to say this about a Halloween table but your tablescape is gorgeous. The dishes are so pretty and the orange really makes them stand out. Cute witch too!
Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving your nice comment.

Candy S said...

I love your blue transferware and the cobalt blue candle holders with the cobalt candles are lovely. The orange and blue together are so striking. I love the combination of colors. I am in love with your vintage figurines, especially the little girl with her eyes cast down. She is such a pretty picture of shyness.


Diane Jordan said...

Hi lovely lady.
I hope have a wonderful weekend with your family. I just put a new post on my blog page come see.

Sanghamitra Bhattacherjee(Mukherjee) said...

Your table is beautiful!
Love those fall colors...gorgeous.
Thanks for sharing.
Hope to see you on my blog:)