Now that it’s finally gotten warm outside, it’s time for some alfresco dinning on the covered back porch. So, to kick off the summer season, I’ve styled a whimsical flamingo tropical table.
It’s one of 17 settings in the Summer Tablescape blog hop. There’s something sure to please everyone — from nautical to patriotic to an intimate tea party — and more in between!
After many seasons organizing the year-round hop, Chloe has passed the mantle to Rita of Panoply, who graciously agreed to take over the task. Thank you Rita!
I filled in during March, hosting St. Patrick’s Day Table Ideas. And again in May, with a smaller group, for a theme hop to celebrate World Bee Day. A French Royal Bee Theme Table was inspired by my ancestry and name — Debbee. That was followed up with an Easy Fleur-de-Lis, Bee Shape Napkin Fold Tutorial.
Today’s alfresco tablescape mixes inexpensive melamine plates and decor from Dollar Tree, with tropical and other elements from my existing tableware collection.
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Dining Alfresco on the Porch
If you’re coming from my friend Bonnie’s patriotic setting by the pond, thanks for stopping by! Bee sure to check out all 17 tables and links at the end of this post.
After over a year of pandemic restrictions — I stopped by Dollar Tree to see what was new for the summer season. Inspiration for the flamingo tropical table were these adorable melamine plates.
Two years ago, I searched high and low for flamingo motif luncheon or dessert dishes to no avail. I wanted them to layer in a stack with palm print dinner plates (Pottery Barn clearance) for a previous tablescape blog hop.
Instead, I used clear glass, fish-shaped dishes for what eventually evolved into the Palms, Parrots & Paradise Tropical Table.
Although it looked great in person, photographing the tablescape was a real challenge, because it was set on a glass table.
Not wanting to repeat that mistake, I picked up the matching flamingo and tropical motif plastic tablecloth too. I was skeptical it would be too flimsy and might need an underlying liner. But priced at only a buck, I tossed one in my basket.
Much to my surprise, the round tablecloth has a nice finish to it and isn’t see-through. The only downside was that I couldn’t press out the creases.
Now, I’m trying to decide between one of two round cloth tablecloths for future tropical table settings using the fun flamingo plates.
I’m leaning towards one with wide black and white stripes. Although I love the colorful print of the other, it probably would compete with the plate pattern. Check out both of them below. Which one do you think I should purchase?
Next, I placed a palm shaped placemat at each of the four place settings. I picked them up cheap several years ago in a package of six (Hobby Lobby).
You might recognize them from both the Summer Jungle Table & Palm Leaf Napkin Fold, and Palms, Parrots & Paradise Tropical Tablescape?
Twigs, Fish & Birds of Paradise Decorate Tropical Table
I also incorporated the same copper twig handled flatware (Pier 1) into this flamingo tropical table.
Since the flamingo and palm leaf print plates are nearly the same size, I kept the summer setting simple with no dish stack.
Instead, I positioned the clear, fish-shaped salad plate to the upper left on the flamingo tropical table.
On top, is a fabric napkin folded into the shape of a Bird of Paradise. It’s made using the bright pink napkins used recently to create the Fleur-de-Lis, Bee Shape Fold for the French Inspired, Royal Bee Table.
It’s the same fold on the Palms, Parrots & Paradise Table, but with a different color napkin.
Tip: I’ve learned that the Bird of Paradise fold works best with a very stiff fabric so that it holds the shape. Ironing the fabric at each fold step also helps.
An easy fold that also works well for a tropical summer table is a palm leaf. To the right is a large napkin in bright turquoise on the Summer Jungle Table.
As regular readers know, I frequently incorporate interesting napkin folds when styling a tablescape. It’s a cheap and easy way to embellish any setting. There are so many to choose from! See the 17 I’ve already included in Napkin Folds for All Seasons, Holidays & Occasions.
Whatever Floats Your
The fish dish and folded napkin to the left of each flamingo tropical table setting, counterbalance the two large glasses on the right.
First, is this green plastic, parrot-stem glass (Home Goods several years ago). Isn’t it fun?
Hubby will be making frozen watermelon margaritas all summer long to drink out of them.
While at Dollar Tree, I couldn’t resist these adorable flamingo pool float cup holders and matching straws. I placed a mason jar into each.
Don’t you think they’re perfect for holding a refreshing glass of pink, raspberry-flavor lemonade? They’d also make a darling take-home party favor for a flamingo theme party.
Easy Flamingo Centerpiece
Of course, I also had to incorporate flamingos into the centerpiece! After all, next Wednesday (June 23) is National Pink Flamingo Day!
To start, I placed a large palm leaf placemat (Pier 1) in the center of the table. To create a little contrast, one of my palm print melamine plates sits under a large, water-filled bowl. Originally, the vase had been filled with a stunning fall arrangement of flowers — a lovely gift after I had my foot surgery last October.
Inside the bowl is a heavy wire base for flower arrangements. At first, I had thought it would hold the metal stick legs of the plastic flamingos (Dollar Tree) in place.
But, that didn’t work out so well. After some trial and error, I used clear packing tape to hold the pair together, and then balanced them on the rim of the bowl.
Not the most creative or stunning of centerpieces, lol! But, it sure was cheap, quick and easy. For a future flamingo tropical table, I may use a pineapple filled with flowers as a vase. Something I’ve seen frequently on Pinterest.
Just as easy, was creating the flamingo mallet covers for Playing Flamingo Croquet at my Alice in Wonderland, Unbirthday Party. Larger than those used in the centerpiece, hubby drilled two holes in the main body of the plastic flamingos. They simply slip over the croquet sticks. A perfect activity before or after a meal at the flamingo tropical table!
Time to Hop
Next up is Pam of Everyday Living and her lovely table set in the garden. You’re going to love the story behind the quilt she used as a tablecloth!
- Home is Where the Boat Is – Dockside Nautical Table
- Life and Linda – Mermaid Kisses and Starfish Wishes
- Red Cottage Chronicles – How to Plan the Perfect Summer Dinner Party
- Hyacinths for the Soul – Summertime, and the Livins Easy!
- My Thrift Store Addiction – Lemons and Jadeite Garden Tea for Two
- Bluesky at Home – Summer Blue and White Table for a Dinner Party
- Celebrate and Decorate – Nautical Tablescape for the Fourth of July
- Corner of Plaid and Paisley – Sweet Peach Summer Table
- My Hubbard Home – Cottagecore Citrus Tablescape Ideas for Summer
- Belle Bleu Interiors – Welcoming Summer With an Outdoor Tablescape
- The Painted Apron – Shells on the Beach
- Living With Thanksgiving – Patriotic Table by the Pond
- Debbee’s Buzz – Fun Flamingo Tropical Table
- Everyday Living – A Welcome to Summer
- Zucchini Sisters – Lobster Table Setting for Two on the Dock
- The Little Yellow Corner Store – Magnolia Tablescape Inspired by Nature
- Panoply – Summer Seaside Scenes Tablescape
Are you planning to entertain this summer? Perhaps a barbeque, seafood boil, picnic, or July 4th cookout? I’m planning one of each now that we’re all vaccinated, and family and friends can gather together.
Preparing for July 4th Festivities
Our sons are coming home for an extended holiday over Independence Day. Hurrah!
They’ve got all kinds of activities planned for us, including; attending a Pirates baseball game, riding the seven coasters at Kennywood amusement park, dining out at favorite restaurants, and visiting local landmarks.
Last year, it was just hubby and I at home. That caused me to reflect on Mr. Buzz’s Revolutionary War ancestor in, Celebrating Patriots on Independence Day.
On July Fourth, we’ll be using our new smoker for a cookout on the porch. Afterwards, we’ll grab blankets and head to an outdoor concert and community fireworks display. I can’t wait!
I’ve already started pulling out my flags, bunting and other Independence Day Decorations, along with Give Me Liberty Blue Tableware. And I went out an purchased a few new, inexpensive items for Festive Stars & Stripes Updates.
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How fun!! Debbee, your table is flamazing!!! I love the little flamingo raft cup holders!! Too cute!! The bright colors really puts you in the party spirit! I can tell you are ready for a summer of fun☀️🕶enjoy!
Ann, “flamazing” is my new favorite word lol! Glad you enjoyed my bit of whimsy. You know how I love a theme, so when I saw all those inexpensive flamingo items at DT, I couldn’t help myself!
How is your new puppy?? Table is wonderful but I love Scotties! Take care, Victoria
Hi Victoria, is this the first time we’ve “chatted”? Do you have a Scottie too? I’ve been planning to publish a post on Whiskey now that he’s 6 months old. The time has flown by! We were away for 10 days visiting family, and my elderly mom was her for 3 weeks. Plus, I’m still doing physical therapy. Caring and training for a puppy has also been time-consuming. But, he’s doing great! I promise to share and update soon.
Wow, Dollar Tree should pay you for advertising. You find the best things there. And you do a fabulous job styling them. I love your colorful and whimsical summer tablescape. It is fun and sets a happy tone. Deebee, you are a great stylist and script writer. I enjoyed your post very much. So good to blog hop with you.
Thanks so much Bonnie, you’re very sweet and generous to say so. DT can be hit or miss, but always worth a search mission once a season. And now, some stores have expanded craft sections.
Such a fun,colorful table! I love the pool float cup holders. I’d go with the black and white striped tablecloth for your next purchase; I think the other would be too busy. Enjoy the 4th with your sons.
Thanks Lauren! I had to go through the entire display of inflatable cup holders to find 4 flamingos (they have unicorns and two other styles too). On reflection, you are so right about the tablecloth. The two patterns would clash. Even with the b/w stripe, I’ll likely still need the palm placemats to break things up. I hope you have a wonderful 4th too. My eldest is even bringing his girl. She has give me a girls day out together (shopping and cooking) as a birthday gift — can’t wait!
Festive Flamingo fun Debbee! I love love the pattern filled flamingo extravaganza! The plates are so cute and the inflatable flamingo pool float glass holders are fabulous! I’ve got to start shopping at Dollar Tree, you find the best stuff! Thanks for the giggles and have a wonderful summer!
Living in a household with men, sometimes a girl’s got to get her pink on! Mr. Buzz’s first reaction was, “wow, it’s pink.” But then he quickly offered to make up a pitcher of watermelon margaritas to go with the setting. My elderly mom was visiting and absolutely loved it! Everyone laughed and enjoyed sipping out of the floats too. Now I wish I had bought 2-4 more plates. Gonna go back and hope they have are available. My son’s girlfriend is coming for the 4th too, and I’d love to repeat the tablescape for them with a game of flamingo crochet.
You did a great job with this tablescape!
Coming from such a creative table stylist as yourself, I’m delighted you liked it! I just stopped by your blog and adore your octopus table. Looks like we’re both girls who like to run with a theme? And we also appear to share an interest in genealogy, although I don’t blog much about my hobby.
How cute! I love flamingoes. I bet you’re fun when entertaining your friends! 😀 I’m linking from Linda’s blog. ~Ricki Jill
I wanted something over-the-top fun to celebrate life returning to somewhat normal. Oh, I do love to hold a party! For 4 years in a row, I held a theme based Extraordinary My Favorite Things Party (Part I). Then the pandemic happened. So I’m toying with the idea of a Halloween party with the girls, and/or a Mad for Plaid holiday gift exchange.
Debbee, such a fun tropical table. Love the flamingos. I have some too. The little flamingo pool floats for glasses are darling. You always show the best napkin folds. A fun table for the start of summer.
Oh Linda, I’d love to be in your fabulous pool with one of those flamingo floats, holding an icy beverage lol! Couldn’t find a flamingo napkin fold, so the bird of paradise worked well. No napkin rings required! I’ve got to head back to DT and try to pick up 2-4 more plates for more summer entertaining.
Debbee, your table is absolutely precious! I love all the vibrant colors. It just makes you happy and looks like it is ready for a fun summer gathering. I hope that you have a wonderful summer!
Thanks Shannon! I only spent $12, but it felt like a spree, fun hunt at DT. Gosh I’ve missed searching out finds and shopping!
Adorable! And now I am salivating over the flamingo tropical table. Goodness they are cute. I have a Dollar Tree in the area and am hoping some of them can be found. Love the pretty pinks mixed in with the greens – tropical fun for the summer! Have a great summer, sweet lady 🙂
For plate addicts, these hops are a bit “dangerous” — inducing shopping hunts and sprees lol! I’m already regretting I didn’t purchase more of the flamingo plates, and hope they have more when I go back to DT tomorrow. At $1 each, they are really nice quality (I’ve already run them through the dishwasher several times). I hope you are able to pick some up, and look forward to seeing how you style a table Rachelle.
Debbee, if this table doesn’t spark joy, I don’t know what would. Your theme is perfect for summer, and all the tropical details delight. Love the little drink holders. Ha! Ha! I’m still buzzing with bees and you are celebrating pink flamingos! Love it!
Sarah, loving and investing in so many different themes and tableware collections, it’s a constant but fun challenge to rotate them all in seasonally! I have bees buzzing through May and shift over Memorial Day to red-white-blue and patriotic. But there’s tropical, coastal and nautical to squeeze in too — a wonderful “problem” to have! Then I had to add to the mix flamingo; what’s a plate addict to do lol?
Debbee, Your flamingo table is over the top festive and fun for a summer soiree! I love that you found your inspiration at Dollar Tree to keep it so affordable. Those cute flamingo pool float cup holders and matching straws made me laugh out loud and I could use a frozen watermelon margarita this morning as it’s already so hot and muggy! As always it’s a treat to join you at the table and hop with you. Happy Summer ♥
I had so much shopping at DT and then styling the flamingo table! My only regret is that I didn’t buy more plates for future gatherings. I’m off today to try to locate more. Oh dear, more tableware to store? But these can easily be packed in boxes instead of taking up scarce cabinet or shelf space. You’re welcome on my porch anytime Mary! I’d love to share a frozen watermelon margarita with you.
I could not be more impressed with your Dollar Tree flamingo finds, Debbee! So, basically, for $12 you put the pink on parade with huge finesse! I love how you incorporated the tropical bird of paradise fold and the fish plates, along with the palm placemats – really, really cleverly done, and in such good taste. And I have to say, I think the wire frog in that fabulous bowl mimics kelp in the water, with the two birds standing among it. How fun! With a watermelon margarita or two, I can see this summer scene turning into a major blast, especially if you break out the flamingo croquet. And I honestly don’t think you need to change anything, but if you’re wanting to elevate the style even more, I’m partial to the striped tablecloth. Thanks for coming to the table, and for showing how great DT can be with added imagination. I’m a huge fan of theirs, and yours!
You did the math Rita — something I neglected to share in the post! Although, I am off today to spend a few bucks more on 2-4 additional flamingo plates. Goodness, gracious, a new tableware theme! I figure I’ll pack up in a “flamingo box” to store, along with the croquet covers. You and Mr. P are welcome on the porch for a refreshing margarita (or two lol) and a game of flamingo crochet anytime! Appreciate your generous and thoughtful comments, as well as being our hostess with the mostest!
Debbie, What a fun and energetic table setting. Makes me want to dance around the table. Lynne, Thrifting Wonderland
Nice to “meet” you Lynne and thanks so much for stopping by! Your comment made me giggle lol!
Debbee, This is SO much fun! Of course this is right up my alley being a beautiful and completely themed tablescape like this! How fun the flamingo theme is for summertime, and this is especially great because you did it at such bargain prices! I sure wish I had spotted those flamingo plates at my Dollar Tree! The tablecloth worked out great, but a black and white striped one would look great too! Isn’t it fun to play with patterns and dishes and see the different outcomes?!
Thanks so much Chloe! After hosting the Wonderland theme party and playing flamingo croquet, I “unfortunately” developed “a thing” for flamingos! So when I saw those plates and items at DT, I couldn’t resist. It was fun mixing them in with my existing stuff. I’ve gone ahead and ordered the b/w tablecloth and am anxious to see how it looks with the plates.
GREAT idea on the napkin fold! That is PERFECT for this tablescape! I haven’t been in Dollar Tree for awhile. I had no idea they had such cool dishes this year. I know what you mean about plastic tablecloths. I have a couple of them that I really love, but those creases! Ugh!😩 I’ve tried everything from steaming to weights. NOTHING gets those creases out!🤬 As for the centerpiece, hey…we do what we gotta do!😆 Shows creativity when you can McGyver something into submission!🤣
Alycia, your clever comments and remarks always make me laugh, if not break into a giggle, lol! I loved your “McGyver” comment in particular you clever girl! Because of the busy print, I don’t think the creases are that noticeable? Honestly, some of my fabric tablecloths wrinkle and “bubble” no matter how much steam pressing either. One of the reasons I love to use runners and placemats. It had been ages since I had been in a DT too. Previously, I’ve done well there finding favors, glasses to paint and other items for my theme parties.
Debbee, you are amazing and your tables always speak volumes about your fun personality. Love the vibrant, happy colors of this flamingo table! As always, you do it perfectly, down to the last detail. Happy summer, sweet friend!
Bobbi, you are such a sweetie to say so. But, I wasn’t fun to be around after my foot surgery and times during the pandemic — Mr. Buzz can attest to that! It was so much fun shopping, styling and sitting down to a meal at this table setting. Of course the watermelon margarita helped too lol!
How stikn cute are the Flamingo pool cup holders. I love them and are perfect for your tale. Love the glasses from Home Goods too. I haven’ been there since the pandemic and can’t wait to go soon.
Hi ya Cindy dear, happy to hear you enjoyed the flamingo table. Today, I’m heading out to DT today to hopefully find more flamingo plates and to HG on an explore and find mission. So excited to be out and about at long last. Planning to go over the top decorating for July 4th and my sons coming home.
Debbee, your whimsical flamingo table is such a delight! What darling little flamingo drink “floats!” I can tell you had a blast styling this fun table! It is a pleasure to join you for another hop!
Thanks Cecilia, it was really a happy shopping excursion and styling the table. Especially with my elderly mom visiting to share it with.
Debbee, I need to frequent Dollar Tree more often. You have created such a fun summertime table filled with color and whimsy. These are the perfect party goods to plan for a large crowd without breaking the bank. I am always a fan of a themed table or party. This would also be so cute for a teen girls’ birthday. My head is spinning with ways to have a flamingo soirée! Lovely hopping with you and Happy Summer!
I try to go at least once, early in each season, as they sell out of good stuff fast. You are so right about them being a great source for parties. For the 4 theme My Favorite Things Parties (Part I), I found lots of great items to use to give/make favors and decorations, or to give as silly little prizes for games. Even for the Breakfast at Tiffany’s Theme Brunch. I hope you get to enjoy a fun flamingo party of your own this summer!
This is a perfect intro to summer — fun, whimsical and pink! I know it was fun to put together. I had 3-foot tall pink flamingos bought in Florida stuck in the un-landscaped backyard of my first house. My neighbors weren’t fond of them but I smiled every time I saw them, lol!
Yes! Sometimes a girl — in a household of males — has just got to get her pink on lol! I love your sense of fun and whimsy staking those flamingos in you first background too. I smiled thinking of it!
I love flamingos this put a smile on my face! I have the pool floatable 🦩 given to me by my daughter, we do not own a pool yet, so fantastic use of them! I will have to do that! Love everything about the table settings! The fourth will be at the top of my list too, I love everything patriotic and I own those blue and white plates also have a red & white set!👏🏻😍 You are so creative!
Generating smiles far and wide just makes my day Karen! Thanks for stopping by and sharing with me. I’d love to have red/white transferware plates to mix with the Liberty Blue. Gonna keep my eye out while getting back to thrifting this year. Hope you have a fabulous and healthy 4th and summer. Hope you’ll visit with me again soon.
Debbee, I am ready to play! What a fun and whimsical flamingo tablescape for the hot and playful days ahead. I love your beverage holder and your plates, tablecloth and folded napkins. It is so captivating and is an inspiring table that reminds us all that summer should be all about fun and happy times together. Time to let our hair down, especially after the seriousness and limitations of the virus. It is time to get silly and have some crazy fun. Your bold and bright tablescape just unleased my inner child and I am ready to let loose and celebrate. It is always a pleasure to hop with you. Have a great summer.
Marsha, your comment made my day! I loved your comment about a time to let loose, celebrate and be silly. Wish you could join me in a came of flamingo crochet. It’s hard not to giggle when staring down at an upside down flamingo, lol!
Deebee, what a fun theme. Who doesn’t love flamingos? So colorful and full of interesting details. The flamingo floats and the darling glasses are great Dollar Tree finds. The palm background adds that tropical vibe. Great job.
This is such a fun table, Debbee. Thank you for sharing at Party In Your PJ’s – you are being featured on my blog Tuesday evening!
Glad you enjoyed it Ann! And, many thanks for the feature!
Oh my goodness Debbee! Your table is a complete delight! Those plates are so fun. In my area of Canada, we do have a few Dollar Tree’s here and there, but not always do we get the same stock as the US stores! Fingers crossed I can find some! And, your centerpiece. LOVE IT!! Your attention to detail really is amazing, and you have created a super-fun table that I would love to be invited to!!
Thanks Maureen! I sure hope you can find the plates. Don’t know what I was thinking only buying 4 — for only a few more bucks I’d have 8. When I went back to 3 different DT stores they were all OOS and doubtful more would come in. I would have been happy with even just one! So for bigger groups, I’ll mix them with the same size palm print plates I already have.
Absolutely LOVE this bright and whimsical table! So uplifting! You can’t help but smile! June 23rd is National Flamingo Day so you are right on the money! Stay safe, healthy and happy!! Hugs, Deb
I did not know that! So I looked it up. National Pink Flamingo Day was created in 2007 by the mayor of Leominster, MA, to honor Don Featherstone–the creator of the plastic lawn flamingo. Featherstone was known for his 1957 creation of the plastic pink flamingo while working for Union Products. Thanks for bringing it to my attention Deb!
Debbee, what a bright and cheerful table. How can you not smile at this? Love the flamingos and love the bright pink and green! It must have been really fun to put together and what a great styling job with your DT finds! Love the tablecloth too! So fun and so summery! Happy (belated) National Flamingo Day!
Makes my day to inspire smiles Kim! As always, really appreciate your visits.
Oh my gosh Debbee! This is just the most festive tablescape ever! I can’t wait to share it with my daughter. She has loved pink flamingos since she was little and called them “pingo mingos!” Thanks so much for sharing this! Have a wonderful summer!
Wow, thanks Denise, so happy you enjoyed it. Love your daughter’s name for flamingos! About every other year DT seems to stock flamingo party ware. Perhaps you can put together a table setting for her sometime?
Debbee, I love this table so much I just have to feature it at the FWF link party!
I’m tickled pink, lol, to be featured! Thanks so much Rachelle!
Debbee, you always have THE CUTEST TABLES!!! This Flamingo table setting is so pretty and so fun!! I love the super bright pops of color; makes me think I am in Florida right on the beach feeling ocean breezes…
I’m pretty sure we already chatted and you know already, but I was happy to feature your post at Share Your Style #310 last week. Still in Sacramento area with family so I am just finishing up visiting everyone. 🙂 Have a great week! Barb 🙂
Barb, you are always so kind and generous in your comments — and featuring my posts. Most appreciated! I hope you are having a fabulous trip! I’ve been so busy enjoying being out and about enjoying the summer and visits with family I’m way behind on publishing new posts. A nice problem to have!
The table setting looks absolutely joyous and fun! Kids and adults would enjoy sharing a meal at this bright, summery table. It’s a riot of color, and the flamingo theme is spot on for summer gatherings.
Thanks Carol! Appreciate you stopping by. Last week, I found a set of four flamingo plastic glasses and pitcher at Home Goods that I just couldn’t resist! Looking forward to having friends and family at the table.
This table is absolutely gorgeous! I love tropical tables, and I love flamingos, so this table pleases me in more ways than I can say. Everything is just picture perfect. The only thing you are lacking here is a set of flamingo mugs like I have. Beautiful!
Thanks ever so much Pattie! I’d be happy to add your mugs to the setting — just mail ’em to Pittsburgh lol! While in Home Goods recently, I did come across a set of flamingo plastic highball cups and matching pitcher. Couldn’t resist and will be adding them to the table setting this season.
Debbee I LOVE this table! It’s been one of my very favorites since you first published it, but I just love those little flamingo floaties so much I had to comment today! 🙂 🦩 Thank you for always being so inspiring and fun, and for the great napkin folds too. Hope you’re having a lovely early summer!
Always enjoy your visits Barbara, and appreciating you taking the time to comment. While at Home Goods recently, I simply could not resist a set of plastic flamingo glasses and matching pitcher. Looking forward to add them to the summer table.
That is such a fun and colorful table!
Using that DT tableware never fails to put smiles on guests faces. Thanks for visiting Joanne!