Candlelight Supper: September 2015

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Disney Villains Tablescape

Disney Villains

The Evil Queen
Captain Hook

Were they so bad, or just misunderstood...

I have had some Disney Villains salad plates in my collection and the timing was right to do a Tablescape.

*Please feel free to leave a comment below.  If you click on the photo it will enlarge for a closeup view.

I have some Beautiful chocolate shoes again for this tablescape.  Made for me by The Truffle Cottage.  Their work is exquisite.  So many incredible details went into their making.  Delicious chocolate as well.

A full view of my Disney Villains Tablescape.  

Each place-setting is featured with a different Disney Villain.  Plates purchased on Ebay.

The placemats have a black crocodile print on  them which goes so well with Capt. Hook and Ursula.  As well as the gold charger plate that mimics coral from the sea.  Both of them came from Z Gallerie.  I like the spikeiness (not a real word?) of the gold charger as it goes so well with the Evil Queen's crown and Maleficent as well.

Each place has its own shoe placed above the plates, but there is also another surprise.  I have some small Fascinator  or Cosplay hats.  They were made in England from a wonderful hat maker for me.  They are made to be worn.  If you ever go to Comic Con conventions or costume shows you will see people with tiny hats on to simulate the character they are portraying.  I love to collect these small hats.  Actually the first time I saw them was when England had their last Royal Wedding.  I saw many people in these small hats.  At first I found them amusing, then I fell in love with them.

I just turned some of my goblets upside down to use as hat stands.

Each napkin has a different napkin ring that coordinates with their plate and chocolate shoe.

Closeup detail of the napkin rings.  They are really necklaces.  All of them purchased over time from Ebay, except the heart and crown for the Evil Queen from Snow White.  This necklace was purchased at the Disney Store.  Each guest will be able to take home the necklace from their place at the table.  It was so easy to find these necklaces that really told the story of each Villain.

Such detail in these shoes.  Look at the colors, even inside the shoes.

Such wonderful details.  I am very happy with how they turned out.  I can say this, since I didn't make them.

I criss-crossed some slightly twisted shades- to- match tulle across the table and tied at the table's edge.

Gold flatware is called Byzantine by Yamazaki.  I really liked the texture of the handles with this tablescape.  Not too much but just enough texture to go well the the plate stack.

The Truffle Cottage^

Thank you so very much for looking.  I plan to post a few more photos.  Food items.  

I will be sharing this for Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch.
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