Candlelight Supper: Disney Villains Tablescape

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Disney Villains Tablescape

Disney Villains

Maleficent               
The Evil Queen
Captain Hook
Ursula

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.
Sharing with Celebrate Your Story

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

You Do Such An Incredible Job Every Single Time! I Would like to Try the Chocolate Please!? Always Look Forward to Seeing Your Amazing Settings! Thanks! -Your Favorite Person!!!

A Taylor said...

What a fun table setting! Good timing with the Disney Descendants movie that just came out.

Linda @ Life and Linda said...

Beautiful table Valerie. I love the high heels. The plates are just as cute as can be. Lots of wonderful accessories to make this table fun. The gold chargers caught my eye along with the flatware.

dar2d2 said...

Disney Villians! Oh, how I love to hate these despicable characters. I am sure that Malificent will not curse you for not inviting her. LOL.

Thank you for sharing this Lovely Tablescape, which down to the last detail is "Practically perfect in every way."

dar2d2 said...

Your Disney Villians Tablescape is so good that it's scary.
These heels are great,I love to hate the deliciously naughty plates.
Thank you for sharing your inspired schemes!

Anonymous said...

Love this! It is so perfectly timed, too! We are going to Disneyland, very soon. I love the colors and theme of beautiful female villains. You make them all look so pretty, and show a softer side.
Love,
Your First Born Child. :)

Emily Roberts said...

As the Seagull from the Little Mermaid would say, What a lovely collection of Snarflats and Dinglehoppers. "You've got an aesthetically pleasing configuration... that humans go nuts over."

Susie Holler said...

Valerie YOU ARE AMAZING how do you come up with these ideas?where do you get stuff like these plates and the shoes? do you have to order them months in advance? your tables are not only the most delish eye candy to behold but every table you create is like it's own story I love them. please continue with fabulous creativity.Susie

Jacqueline said...

Valerie, the shoes are magnificent. When I ordered my Cinderella shoes for my granddaughter's party they told me they were working on some of these. Wow! Malificent's shoe is my favorite!! Have you seen the Disney shoes - my friend purchase about 20 of them - fabulous detail like these. The hats are gorgeous too. My niece is going to Comic Con this weekend. We went last year but not this year. How fun to use the necklaces for napkin rings. You always set such fun tables.

thepaintedapron.com said...

Very fabulous fun Valerie! The shoes are amazing and you've tied in so many fanciful elements so worthy of Disney characters!
Jenna

Chloe Crabtree said...

Oh my goodness, this is amazing! I am not a crazy Disney person, but since I live in Celebration, Florida, and Walt Disney World is right down the road, it is hard not to love most everything Disney. These plates are amazing! What incredible detailing you did with this entire tablescape, from the charms on the napkins to the little fascinators! I am pinning this to a couple different boards, both Disney and tablescapes and scheduling to share on FB and Twitter. I would be so honored if you would stop by and share this amazing tablescape at Celebrate it Sunday! The party opens at 8 PM EST on Saturday nights and stays open until Friday! Glad I found this over at BNOTP!

tablescapesbybev.com said...

Those chocolate shoes are amazing! Love the plates and all of the great details. Lovely...

Lynn Bean said...

Oh what fun and imagination!! I love those shoes and the hats!! You tied everything together so well. I am sure your friends oohed and awed at this setting! The art work of the shoes is truly remarkable! Thanks so much for sharing. Blessings, Lynn

Crystal Grandeur said...


Glad you stopped by to leave a comment on my Sunflower table. They are beautiful flowers and to drive through the Sunflower field is dreamy. We too have sunflower fields in villages and i too happened to visit them. They are graceful and to see them from far looks so beautiful. Love your beautiful table Valerie. The shoes looks stunning. Very creative of them. Hope you are enjoying your Fall. Have a nice morning.Hugs Sujatha:)

Kim Hood said...

What gorgeous detail! I'm amazed by those chocolate shoes and would never want to destroy them by eating them. They are wonderful! I'm also intrigued by the hats. You've collected a fine set of accessories for your plates. It's so fun yet beautifully done! Blessings~

xinex said...

Oh, I love your tablescape! So full of whimsy. What a great set of plates!....Christine

Pattie @ Olla-Podrida said...

This is FABULOUS! I'm sharing this with my daughter-in-law, she loves Disney!

moviegirl913 said...

Where did you get those plates? This is absolutely wonderful, I'm so inspired!

Valerie Roberts said...

The plates were purchased on Ebay. Thanks

Laurie Ritchey said...

Oh my word! This table is absolutely magical. It's not only fun; it's elegant. Those chocolate shoes are the most amazing thing I've ever seen. Did you really eat them? I'd want to preserve them in the freezer and bring them out for special occasions. The plates are so much fun and those chargers are gorgeous. Clever idea to use the necklaces as napkin rings and also party favors. Oh, and those hats are great too. I loved seeing all of these pictures.

Sandra Lee said...

We are thrilled that you stopped by Celebrate Your Story! I still can't get over these shoes being chocolate, that is very unique. Once again you've thought of every detail and created a gorgeous table. I hope you join us again next week!