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Bees and Sunflowers Tablescape



Welcome and thanks for buzzing by.  Lots of bees visiting my table today.  Enjoy!
Many thanks to Debbee from Debbees Buzz for organizing this Bee themed blog hop.  The links are at the bottom of this post.  World Bee Day is May 20 this year.
Bees, like other pollinators play a key role in making life possible on our planet.
We need to support our pollinators. We have lots of lavender in our yard and the bees love it.


I set this black and gold table in our Breakfast room starting with this gold tablecloth. If you love bees, you will love this table.


My little bee girl- "Bea the Bumblebee doll" has to join with all of the fun.  She feels right at home with all of her bee friends. She is a Joe Spencer creation.

The top bee plates are from William Sonoma. The bee dinner plates is from Home Goods.  Black and gold chargers make this table elegant.  


I have had this bee watering can for years.  A perfect vessel for some lovely sunflowers.

Bee flatware from Horchow. My Grandin Road black and white topiaries go perfectly with this table theme.
My bee glass with the bee napkins and bee napkin rings.

My little bee girl loves sitting at this bee themed table.


Crown Linens black and white checked placemats are so fun with the yellow placemats.



Close up of the zebra pasta in yellow bee bowls. Such a fun pasta and also perfect for Halloween. The sweet little bee bowls are by Temp-tations Bee-lieve found at lakeside.com

Table Source
Yellow Tablecloth - Amazon
Black and white check placemats - Crown linens
Yellow placemats - Ross
Bee dinner plates - Home Goods
Bee salad plate- William Sonoma
Bee bowls - Temp-tations - Bee-lieve- Lakeside
La Rochere Bee goblets- Wayfair
Bee flatware - Horchow
Bee napkins - Etsy
Bee napkin rings - Amazon
Zebra pasta - Amazon
Edible sunflowers - Amazon
Candy bees - Amazon
Bee girl doll - Pottery World

Thanks for your visit.  Next up is The Zucchini Sisters. I hope you enjoyed your visit and also get inspired by all of the talented bloggers. Below are all of the links.

French Inspired, Royal Bee Theme Table & Napkin Fold ⚜ Debbees Buzz

Hive Rules ⚜ Home is Where the Boat Is

Sweet Yellow & Grey Bee Tablescape  Corner of Plaid & Paisley

Buzzing About  Hyacinth for the Soul

Bee French Country Tablescape for Entertaining ⚜ My Hubbard Home

Bees & Sunflowers Tablescape ⚜ Life & Linda

Bee Table for Two  Zucchini Sisters

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  1. Adorable!!! Love all your special touches.....like magic !!!

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    1. Thank you so much, you are so sweet. Magic is so fun!

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  2. Linda, I have those same WS plates and love them as well as everything about your table! Your plate stack is beautiful starting with your black and white check CLD placemats. I have watering can envy with your pretty sunflowers and love your pretty stemware! Your bee girl is adorable and I love the addition of your zebra pasta in your cute bee bowls. As always it’s a pleasure to join you at the table and hop with you. Happy Wednesday ♥

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    1. Thank you Mary. When as I saw those WS plates, I knew I had to have them. There are so many pretty bee theme dishes and accessories out there. I am off to explore your table, as I know it will be beautiful.

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  3. Linda, what an incredibly creative table full of elements you've sourced here! I love the bee bowls and thought the bow-tie pasta was a textile inside - how the eye plays tricks, and so clever! You're right, your Grandin Road topiaries and CL placemats go perfectly and are fun with your theme, and so well put together. Your bee doll and watering can are sweet touches. That platter is really nice too, as are the napkins from Etsy (remind me a little of M-C Vendage pattern they had a few years back). I love this and would really enjoy sharing a meal here, with a walkabout through your fantastic landscaped garden. I'm sure the bees would share their paradise!

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    1. Thank you Rita, this table was so fun to put together. I kept thinking what should ai put into those darling little bee bowls. I was looking through my cupboard and spotted the black and white pasta and knew that was perfect. I wish you lived close, so we could enjoy a meal together. Happy Wednesday, I am off to explore your pretty table.

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  4. Hi Linda, oh I LOVE this bee themed table you decorated. You have such a talent for creating the most beautiful tables. The bee doll is so unique and I love every detail on this table!

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    1. Thanks Julie for the kind comment. Setting pretty tables makes me happy and hopefully our guests. The bee girl doll brightens my day. Happy Wednesday.

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  5. I love the plates and placemat!!So Elegant!

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    1. Thank you Monique. You know me, always elegant.

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  6. Love this tablescape Linda. Those bee napkin rings and the napkin fabric is fabulous. Where did you get that cute little bee girl? She is adorable. Have a great Wednesday. xoxo

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    1. Thank you Kris. Isn't Etsy fabulous? I looked online and the sweet little bee girl doll is called Bea by Joe Spencer. xoxo

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  7. Your bee plates setting is fabulous! Love this theme! Will come back later when I have time and check out the other blogs in the blog hop.

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  8. I am amazed at all the bee themed dishes and accessories available. Your tablescape is creative and so pretty. I love your bee watering can with sunflower centerpiece. Everything is delightful.
    The black and white zebra pasta is intriguing in the cute bee dish.
    So many cute details. Very well done.

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  9. Linda, I love your bee themed table. I was drawn to those WS bee plates when they introduced them. Such a lovely plate stack and The Crown Linens place mats work so beautifully with everything bees! Delightful details...!

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  10. What fun Linda! I love your bee pitcher, so cute! The black and white pasta is a brilliant addition to your bee theme table, and wow, the bee plates are gorgeous! Happy World Bee Day!
    Jenna

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  11. I know you had loads of fun plotting your bee party and it shows! Love your watering can. Your black and white accents looks great!

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  12. Oh, Linda, your table is stunning! Love the gold and black mix. The napkins first caught my eye. They make such a rich mix with all the other pretty pieces on the table. And the bee girl presiding over the table is perfect!

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  13. Linda, ever since you shared the sneak peak of your stunning table, I have been all abuzz! Definitely the bees knees! I thoroughly enjoyed slowly absorbing all the wonderful details in each and every single pix. The WS plates are fabulous, and oh that I had storage space to add them to my collection! It's a honey of a plate stack set off so well by the ruffled placemats. The goblets are beautiful --- are they vintage? Love the watering can and tray too. Heck I love it all! Can you pack it all up in a box and send it to me in Pittsburgh lol?

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  14. Oh my Linda!! Your plate stack is fabulous!!! Those chargers are crazy gorgeous!! Love the check placemats that perfectly frame your wonderfully curated collection of plates!! Can you tell I love it❤️❤️❤️ And only you could top it all off with coordinating black and white pasta!!! You are a genius!!!

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  15. Linda, your black and gold theme is perfect, and the bee girl doll is adorable. Of course she loves sitting at this table. I need to find zebra pasta! Thanks for sharing all the inspiration from the beautiful bee plates, stemware, and flatware to the darling bee watering can for flowers. I'm buzzing with delight.

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  16. How 🐝-utiful your table is, lovely Linda!! You’ve created such a perfect table with all your special touches. Those bee bowls are so cute, and that zebra pasta, oh my!!! I love your watering can and also your bee plates and flatware. Great job!

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  17. As beautiful as your landscape around your home is, I knew you would do an outstanding job with this theme! Bees just about HAVE TO BE your friend!🐝🐝🐝 That Williams Sonoma salad plates is exquisite! They really do have a top notch selection of dishes! I saw the honeycomb plates from Home Goods and stupidly decided to forego buying them. They’re such a nice way to celebrate all Spring and summer long! Heck...even into Fall as those bees are still quite busy doing their thing at warp speed around here!!!!

    Beautifully done, Linda! Enjoy your weekend!

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  18. Beautiful table celebrating bees. Love the dishes from WS and the bee pitcher. You always rock a table setting.

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  19. What a lovely table, Linda, and such a perfect theme for this time of year. The bee plates are terrific and Miss Bea is a charmer with her stinger nose and wonderful eyes. The flowers, all the little touches are quite perfect. Who wouldn't love it?

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  20. Adorable!!! Loving all these bee-autiful tables this week. Happy Weekend! xo

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  21. What an adorable tablescape! Your bee theme is soooooo cute! Thank you for sharing!

    Tee
    xo

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  22. Linda, your plate stack is stunning! I was immediately drawn to the black chargers with the ornate gold edging...they're so you! The Williams Sonoma bee top plate is fabulous, and those black and white buffalo check placemats are the perfect base layer. I love how they contrast with the napkins, too. Your bee pitcher with the sunflowers makes a bee-utiful centerpiece! I see that we both found the bee platter from Homegoods. I almost stood mine up on the table just like you did. Creative minds think alike! It's always a pleasure to join you on these fun hops!

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  23. OH I just love this table! The colors, the details and all those little bees.

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  24. Wow what a beeutiful table! I love the dishes from WS and what a great find on those dinner plates! I really like the watering can and flowers. Your little bee girl is adorable and I love those bee etched wine glasses!

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