Raining Orchids

Yes, I am going to be stubborn about this. SUMMER IS NOT OVER YET!!! Temperatures have cooled from the horrific triple digits in most parts of the United States to something that feels like autumn, but I assure you it is temporary. It’s a fluke. A hiccup. An anomaly. The autumnal equinox doesn’t start until September 23 for countries in the Northern Hemisphere, so for the next two weeks I’m going to party like it’s 1999!!!

The one concession in my quest to savor the last days of summer will be a move toward deeper colored flowers. A profusion of richly hued orchids (accented with Asiatic lilies on the lamps) are the star of this September/late summer tablescape.

I decided to go with relatively simple pieces down low on the table to allow the higher pieces to fully shine. Standard white full-length poly-cotton table linens are topped with braided edge gold chargers. The gold-banded white china here is from Pier 1.

The white cotton monogrammed napkins are laid upon the plates with a simple fold. Each is topped with a stem of orchids. Because my wallet is lighter than usual these days and this is a demo table, faux orchids are used here. I would, however, recommend the real deal for guests. Orchids can last for hours and hours out of water under temperate conditions.

Bright gold flatware with a barely there pattern is right in line with the simple design.

The stemware is from Godinger’s “Chelsea” collection. I tend to serve a lot of beverages before, during and after dinner, so my table is almost always loaded down with various drinking vessels. Clusters of gleaming crystal always looks great!

Crystal decanters filled with the spirit-du-jour always look pretty. These were a great buy from Tuesday Morning.

The center floral on this 12-ft. long table is a glass cylinder filled with 6-ft.H orchid stems. I arranged the stems to appear to be “raining” over the center of the table. (Click here and scroll down to “Autumn Orchids” to see another way to use these super tall orchid stems in glass cylinders!)

I am a big fan of bringing the indoors out for a little air. Almost everything you love inside your house will look twice as great outside! These lampshades are from our dining room where the palette is predominantly orange.

The lamp base here is constructed of a simple clear glass 31″H cylinder. (Glass cylinders can be your very best friend!! Click here and scroll down to “Love and Orchids” for another great glass cylinder & orchid combo!))

Suspended from the lampshade frame and “raining” into the glass cylinder are garlands of bling along with silk orchids sewn onto fishing wire. I hot glued a rhinestone to the center of each bloom to give it a little more “oomph!” and amp up the sparkle within the glass base.

This offers a glimpse as to how the lamp looks in pitch darkness. I used an uplight turned upside down to project light downward into the glass cylinder. Click here or on the Table Tips tab above, and scroll to Tip #29 to see how this lamp is constructed for this total effect. (For more candle lamps on this site, see “All A’Bloom for Spring“, “Should Have Put a Ring On It“, “It’s All About Me!“, and “Just Us Girls“.)

Join me at Susan’s place, Between Naps on the Porch” for Tablescape Thursday!

115 thoughts on “Raining Orchids

  1. Alycia, this is the most dramatic outdoor scape ever, well until your next one. I love the idea of using the lamp shades on the tall cylinders. What drama you have created! I was hoping this was either a for real table or those were faux orchids.. Whew was i glad to find out they were forever ones.. It’s wonderful with the color and the outside lighting. Love the chains in the cylinders too. The simple china and flatware compliments the drama in the canopy so well. Oh gosh. so perfect.. Not everything has to be the star! Alycia it’s another fun filled, wonderful, dramatic, over the top table.. where I’d love to sit and chat till the early hours of the morning!

    • You know that coming from you….that means the world to me! I WISH I could afford to have real orchids all ’round. Once this economy straightens itself out (I hope that ain’t just wishful thinking on my part!), I will be able to go all in with the real deal again. I LOVE orchids…even if they are of the “forever” variety!!! Since May I have had to scale back, but I don’t mind at all when it turns out looking OK. Like I said before, “Go big, or go home!” That centerpiece was B-I-G, wasn’t it!!!!! 😉

  2. Alycia~ This is fabulous! Your lampshades used on your cylinders are a brilliant idea and lend a wonderful effect! I’m a big fan of bringing the indoors out & the outdoors in~ I just love your suspended orchids & crystal garlands~ Your orchids on the monogrammed napkins are the perfect touch. We have lots more summer ahead of us here, I’m ready for fall but it’s not in the cards for us until mid October as a rule, if then. As always, I enjoy seeing your creativity and what you bring to the table!

    • Thank you, Mary! I know you are the Queen of bringing indoors out because you have such a FABULOUS view!!! I would NEVER want to be indoors with a view like that!!! I’m glad you like the lampshades and the orchids on the napkins. I wish I could have afforded the real thing, but not until this economy looks a WHOLE lot better than what it is! Have a fabulous week, Mary, and thanks so much!

  3. Good grief girl!!!!!!!!!!! We can dine on a cool evening by soft light beaming from beautiful lampshades in all this splendor???????
    You are the greatest!

    • Hey, Beck! Thanks for stopping by and checking out my latest posts!!! I am so happy that you popped in! I do remember that the colors in your house and mine are similar. We rock, don’t we? 🙂 🙂 🙂

  4. You had me at orchid. This is so inspired. I love it. Especially the lampshades and lamps on the table. They pick up the colors in the orchids to perfection. I am with you…..summer is NOT over by a long shot. I’m going to wearing my flip flops and setting the light, happy tables of summer. Brown and orange are coming, for sure, but I have a couple more summer settings up my sleeve. But you, my sista from anutter mutter, you’ll thrill us with whatever you post. Keep it coming!

    • Had you at orchid, huh, my sista from anutter mutter? 😉 I LOVE orchids and would have used real ones if my budget would have allowed!!! To entertain real guests, this table would have cost me a fortune!!! Glad I could do it for fun, though. A couple of years from now, I’m going to be able to recreate this bad boy using the real thing! 🙂 Thank you for having my back on summer! I just can’t seem to let it go. I’m going to try and slowly transition…kind of like we have to do with clothes: September and early October are always kind of awkward!

  5. I’m in awe of this! My eyes went to the bling in the glass cylinders! That is the coolest ever! I love what you did with the orchids! The table is set perfectly- simple and elegant. I assume the lamp shades are laying on their own metal framing on top of the cylinders? Did you wire the pieces in the center to the lamp shades? Gee I’m nosy and curious!! Okay I’ll go to your tutorial! I’m with you on not giving up on summer yet! We still have until Sept. 23rd!!

    • Hey, Liz! OK…you’ve read the tutorial, but if you need any other questions answered about how to do this, just let me know. It was a little bit harder than I thought it would be when I first thought of it. I think because I don’t really know how to sew with a needle and thread…that made it MUCH harder for me! Knotting that end was a booger bear!!! And yes, I did just sit the shades atop the cylinder using the frame. Looking forward to seeing this on one of your future ‘scapes!!! Have a great week, and thanks for stopping by!

  6. How pretty and dramatic your table is. I’m still enjoying summer — looking forward to fall temps — but HATE the arrival of winter! Love your pretty burnt orange with the whites and naturals — enjoy those outdoor tables as long as possible!

  7. I totally agree!! I am not ready to give up summer just yet. It is still quite hot here, but a bit depressing as it’s been raining day and night for three days! What a great idea to bring the lamp shades outside on the glass cylinders!! I believe you used smaller ones before, but these look great outside. I would never have thought of that, so clever. I love using orange, such a bright, cheerful color. And you know I love bling!! I have to go back and look more closely at the details, especially the tutorial. I have bought those lights you can put in water, so I want to check out what you used. This was cleverly done and very beautiful!!

  8. Wow, your photographs are amazing. I always try to reply to your comments on my blog, but your web address was not on your info. I’m so glad I found you this week. Thank you for all your nice comments! Your table is lovely. The china and crystal and the hemstitch napkins…just beautiful!

    • Hey, Meredith! Thank you! Thank you so much!!! I’m glad you found me. I think my blog site info only shows up on those where the people have the option to include your web URL address thingy. I’m not sure how exactly to say that. (Internet challenged!) I think on my end, too, I need to figure out how to make it so that there is an option to reply. I can’t seem to figure that out. Someday…..someday! Meanwhile, I’m glad you found me today. Have a great weekend!

  9. Alycia, your table is beautiful and so elegant. I love your centerpiece flanked by the shaded cylinders, very unique. I am so ready for fall, have had more than enough of the Kansas summer this year!

  10. SHUT UP! SHUT THE FRONT DOOR! Holy CRAP! Even sometimes, “Damn, GIRL!”

    Those are the sorts of things Stacy London, host of TLC’s What Not to Wear, says when one of her fashion makeover “victims” experiences a transformation that’s particularly stunning. Well, Alycia … Girl … this is stunning! Drama for days (no for weeks)! I’m really loving the elegant, imaginative outdoor tables you’ve been creating and sharing the past couple of weeks!

    I’ve seen you submerging real-deal orchids in water for special events, and I have absolutely no doubt that you’ll be back to doing money-is-no-object tables in no time at all!

    The photos taken in natural light really show off your outdoor tables to great advantage. The lighted glass cylinders “raining” bling garlands and diamond (rhinestone) centered blossoms is genius! Definitely magazine worthy!

    With fondness, admiration, and lots of Xs and Os,

    • Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!! You are SO funny!!! You reminded me of Justin Timberlake AGAIN. So now I have to turn on my computer and listen to his “SexyBack” CD with “Damn, Girl” on there! That’s pretty much all he says through the whole song, I think. That’s why it’s so easy for me to remember in my old age! 🙂 And you KNOW I’ve got to do the drama thing, baby! To me it’s kind of like laughing out loud from the belly…no holds barred! I’m glad you like it, Bill! Thank you so much!!! I have been referring to this as my “summer adjacent” look since I’m not yet ready for fall. You’ll probably see a couple of more “summer adjacent” tables over the next couple of weeks because I’m being dragged into fall kickin’ and screamin’!!!!! Have a great weekend!!!

  11. Just wonderful, as usual!!!! What a wonderful ides to use your lamp shades – I’ll file that idea away in my brain for another day!!

  12. Alycia, you’ve outdone yourself, this is fabulous!! This long gorgeous table is awesome, I love the dishes, the chargers and the hints of a little fall color on the flowers you’ve used…is it to get a little ready?! lol! The lamp shade idea is too beautiful and smart, I love it! Your table is very sophisticated and elegant as usual sweet friend. Thanks for sharing. Lots of hugs. FABBY

    • OK, Fabby…you caught me. Yes, I suppose this does have a little hint of fall going on. I like to refer to it as “summer adjacent.” 😉 Thanks for stopping by! I’ll be around to visit you soon. I am SO slow reading through all the blogs and looking at all the photos. I really love to read them all and really take in what everyone is doing. I appreciate and admire everyone’s talent so much. Take care!

  13. Love the sophisticatedly simple place settings and the exotic look of the orchids. The lampshades are a fabulous, unexpected look and what a great idea to use an uplight to create drama. Who would have thought of that? Only Alycia! LOVE it!
    I’m headed over to check out your tip #29 to see how you made that.
    Thanks for all the great tips.

    • Hey, Babs! Thanks! I’m glad you like it! I picked those lamp shades up as whole lamps at Stein Mart a couple of years ago. I just liked the pattern on those shades so much, I HAD to bring ’em outdoors to play! 🙂

  14. Your tables are so elegant and beautiful I always enjoy what you do every week. I appreciate your compliments as sometimes I wonder if I am doing the right things but it is fun to look for whimsical things that make ME HAPPY.

    • Hi there!!! You know…I never used to be a fan of orange, either, but somehow it grabbed me around the throat and hasn’t let go yet! Instead of red in our dining room (the color that stimulates appetite), we went with its 1st cousin orange! 🙂 Not a ton of it…just enough to make a point. Thank you for stopping by. I really appreciate it!

  15. Oh, what a tremendous gift you have! You blow my mind every. single. time.

    Beauty. Elegance. Creativity.

    You epitomize them all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  16. Alycia, So how did you do, you ask??? I am awarding you First Prize of all the entries this week for the most creative tablescape. I learned alot from you again this week. Those “lamps” were the most creative item I have seen in quite awhile. The orchids look so real and the color is so fitting for September. I noted how you coordinated the colors on the lampshade in picking the orchid color. I am going to look for those battery powered uplights. The hanging crystals were so clever. Just stunning. A Blue Ribbon for you!

    • You are making me blush! Thank you!!!!! Like many Americans right now, our money is so funny it’s laughing out loud, rollin’ on the floor and sponsoring its own stand up comic hour! 😉 I have had to dig deep to come up with creative ways to dress tables. No more big budget flowers, etc. Thank goodness I have a huge stash of faux florals that I kept from back in the day when I owned my wedding design store. I used them to create florals all around the store and to demonstrate to brides what the centerpiece items they were renting from me might look like with the real flowers the florist would use. (Some people are SO visual…I had to just straight up show ’em!) I sold a TON of those flowers, but kept enough to fill a 10’x11′ storage room! So….I can still get the look I want when I’m just playing around like this. When real guests come over, though, I HAVE to bite the bullet and go in for the real thing. While my money is so funny it’s tickling itself pink, I also have very generous florist friends from back in the day who are willing to give or lend me flowers for my tables. Nice friends, indeed, and I appreciate them! Thanks for stopping by, and I’ll wear my 1st Prize riboon proudly! Have a great weekend!

  17. Oh Wow! This setting is devine! I absolutely love it! I am a big fan of crystals and I love how you worked in what seems like fall colors though not necessarily. This is so versatile, I just love it. I can’t figure out if I am looking at lamps or not, they are right? This has such an elegant style to it. Excellent job!

    • Hi, Mary, and thank you! The shades came from lamps in my dining room. I simply sat them on top of glass cylinders. I attached all the little orchid blooms with fishing wire and added the bling so the glass cylinder wouldn’t look so plain. I’m glad you like it! Thank you for stopping in!!!

  18. Alycia Honey,

    Did I say I love you? well I do. The table is to die for love it lady just love it.

    The lamps looks so pretty and perfect. The summer can be long as you wish as long as you put theperfect table which I know you will.

    Also thank you so much for visiting my blog and for your lovely thoughts.

    The sushi was ready made from our fav store but the chinese are made fresh by me, the taste not bad as I have been cooking chinese for almost 11 years, am I good nop does its taste good well maybe a little.

    Talya is so happy that shes back to school as she loves it and was complaining all through the summer vacation why the schools had to be closed, so for the time being she is happy as a bird.

    Lots of Love,
    Karin Şen Cankan

    • Hey there, Karin! So good to hear from you! I LOVED visiting your blog this week!!! That food looked SO good! So you can make Chinese food, huh? Hmmmmm….I think I will have to finagle myself an invitation to your house for dinner! 🙂 That would be a LONG drive!!! 🙂 I’m so happy Tayla is happy in school. Please tell her hello from me! I hope you guys have a wonderful weekend!!!

  19. Alycia, this is most beautiful tablescape I have ever come across…. I can’t find words to describe this gorgeousness. Your eye for detail, color and texture is out of this world… the mix of white and gold and those vibrant orchids create a truly majestic and dramatic tablescape… you are the Queen of Tablesettings, I think. And those crystals, i just love how they sparkle and shine and add so much glamor and elegance to this table. Thanks for inspiring us and for your endearing thoughts on my hibiscus blooms. Happy Weekend!~Poppy


  20. Oh no, Alycia, this is a mare amount of my humungus stash! I have them in awful places! carton boxes, one on top of the other, in this pretty cinabar doors, which lead to under the staircase, in the guest room, in everyplace of the living room and family room, of course the dining room and kitchen, some in my bedroom and plenty in the guest room!! In the foyer, in vintage trunks, you name it! I have to start with 14 or 15 sets of comlete china…so hon, we’re probably in the same boat! Yeah, there was a party a few months ago and it was named: WHERE DO YOU KEEP IT ALL!, and I didn’t even join, LOL!! Maybe we should just visit each other to see!! Lots of hugs, FABBY

    • Oh, OK, Fabby…I get ya now! You ARE like me, then! I have some things stashed all nice and neat and pretty in pretty furniture, and then all the other things….they are stored very neatly and in a very organized fashion, but they are in practically every room!!! I even bought some of those underbed storage containers on wheels to store placemats under the bed in the guest room!!! The other guest room has been turned into a storage room, and we built a storage area onto our house right off my dressing room when it became apparent the other storage space downstairs was insufficient!!! We’re in this together!!!!!!! I’ll show you mine if you show me yours! Have a good weekend!

  21. This is just gorgeous! I love the way you used the faux orchids, and the color is so pretty!

    I’ve been to Home Goods several times during the summer, but hardly bought anything, didn’t care for the summer stuff. Now Halloween things are all over, but I don’t care for those witches, etc. either. Saves money tho!! 😉


  22. I’ve been reading the comments and they have been just as delightful as your beautiful table! I like your term “Summer Adjacent” – I may just have to borrow it! I, too, would like to resist the approaching Fall, since I’m definitely a summer person, but, the climate is conspiring against me. It’s definitely getting darker earlier in the day, and I don’t hear the birds singing as much in the mornings . . . I’m glad you are making the most of the summer we have left!

  23. Your tables are always set so pretty, ALycia. I love the setting right on the porch too. The greenery in the background looks so relaxing and the color of the orchids is so fallilsh. I love it all!…Christine

  24. Wow! I wish I had a more expressive word to use. This is just over the top gorgeous! I can only imagine the time it took for you to put this together. Your creativity is fab.!!! Love the cylinders full of orchids raining over the table. The lamps from inside. GENIUS!!!!! Another inspiring table. hugs ~lynne~

    • Ooooooohhhhh….thank you, Lynne! It did take a minute to put it all together, but I was very happy with the results. The “raining” orchids in the cylinders took the longest since I can’t sew a lick!

    • Ooooooohhhhh….thank you, Lynne! It did take a minute to put it all together, but I was very happy with the results. The “raining” orchids in the cylinders took the longest since I can’t sew a lick!

  25. It is beautiful! So elegant, with a hint of Fall, even though I am sticking to summer! It’s what comes after Fall that worries me.
    Those cylinders are amazing!
    Simple and charming!

  26. I love this tablescape. I like the “summer adjacent” idea since I, too, am pushing Fall back as far as I can.

    Your settings are just gorgeous. I think I need those chargers to go under my “yacht” china; the roped edging is perfect. I really like those glass cylinders and the beautiful orchids. Adding your fantastic lamp shades really adds a nice touch. It’s so decadent to add that touch; I love it!!

  27. Alycia, as always you have created such a beautiful table. You are so talented at balancing the pretty with the elegant. I think the idea with the lamps and the uplight is brilliant. I’m going to have to steal that one! It’s so great visiting with you each week!

    • Hey, Miss Taunnie! Welcome to my little corner of the world! I’m glad you like the “lamps.” It’ll be fun to see what you create using lampshades!!! I have a bunch of those uplights, some in black and some in silver. They really come in handy for a lot of decorating! MUCH safer than candles, too!!!! 🙂

  28. I always LOVE your tables! Working with these “thin” tables is no easy task and you do it wonderfully! I “steal” (borrow lol) ideas all the time!
    This is breath taking, I have to get some of these tall vases!!! So exciting Alycia!!!! I am excited with the seasons changing, but I am not sure I am done with this one and ready for the next…..I guess we will see what happens huh?

    • Hey, Wendy! I am still fighting fall, but I was outdoors this morning and the leaves from my neighbor’s trees were all over the ground in his backyard. I am afraid it’s going to take us without consent! 🙂 Thank you so much for stopping by. I’m glad you like the table here. Those vases can be purchased in varying sizes from places like TJ Maxx, Home Goods/Marshalls and probably Hobby Lobby. Word to the wise: look for the ones with thick glass. The thin glass cannot withstand many designs being placed within or on top! As for the skinny tables, I keep threatening to have some custom-made that are at least 12-15″ wider. Problem is, then none of my floor-length linens would fit and I’d have to spend a ton of money to get new ones! 😦 Always something! Have a good weekend!!!

    • Hey, Wendy! I am still fighting fall, but I was outdoors this morning and the leaves from my neighbor’s trees were all over the ground in his backyard. I am afraid it’s going to take us without consent! 🙂 Thank you so much for stopping by. I’m glad you like the table here. Those vases can be purchased in varying sizes from places like TJ Maxx, Home Goods/Marshalls and probably Hobby Lobby. Word to the wise: look for the ones with thick glass. The thin glass cannot withstand many designs being placed within or on top! As for the skinny tables, I keep threatening to have some custom-made that are at least 12-15″ wider. Problem is, then none of my floor-length linens would fit and I’d have to spend a ton of money to get new ones! 😦 Always something! Have a good weekend!!!

  29. First, I want to thank you for the warm welcome to the world of tablescapes! I LOVE this one. You somehow created something elegant and whimsical at the same time! Here in Colorado, we like to hold onto summer as long as we can, too!

    • Thank you, Janae! I’m sitting here at the computer rattling through a bunch of stuff I should have done yesterday. It’s good to look up and see something nice on the screen! Thank you very much, and enjoy the remainder of your weekend!

    • Ugh! I know….it’s been way too hot, and relief is needed. When your grass starts to look like Shredded Wheat, you KNOW you’re in trouble! We’re supposed to get into the 60s for a high on Wednesday and Thursday. I have no idea what’s up with that, but I’ll take it! 🙂

    • Ugh! I know….it’s been way too hot, and relief is needed. When your grass starts to look like Shredded Wheat, you KNOW you’re in trouble! We’re supposed to get into the 60s for a high on Wednesday and Thursday. I have no idea what’s up with that, but I’ll take it! 🙂

  30. Fabulous as usual Alycia. You certainly know how to set a beautiful table.
    I might have to steal your idea of the glass cylinder sometime.
    Great concept, also with the lamps.
    The table is warm and inviting…Love the orchids.

  31. I am really late in getting around to this, but I am sooo glad that I didn’t miss it. I love the lampshade on top of the clear vases! Absolutely brilliant. I am not much for the fall colors, but this is fabulous. I love everything about it and of course the fun setting is perfect for the beginning of fall.

    • Good morning! Thank you!!! I know what you mean about taking awhile to get around. I look at every TT post each week, and it usually takes me 3-4 days depending on how many posts there are. I just like to see what everyone is doing (I read them all & very often leave a comment…that’s what takes so long!) and to really study the photos. It’s fun! Kind of like a free magazine! 🙂 I’m like you…not much on the fall colors. Fall used to be my favorite time of year, but it isn’t so much in recent years. Not sure why. I need to snap out of it! The next couple of posts I do will probably be more “summer adjacent” than straight up fall, too. I’m just not ready!

  32. HOw did you do????? Are you kidding me???? This is beyond awesome. Fabulous, Gorgeous, Brilliant….I could go on and on. I am shaking my head in wonder! I am SO glad you came to my blog and I found YOU!!!! I am a floral designer and used to work in a place that only sold GOOD faux flowers, containers, trees, bushes etc. I was one of the designers. We amde custom arrangem,ents and things for the store. I really miss it. XO, Pinky

    • I remember reading in your profile that you are a retired floral designer! Uh oh….now I really have to be on my toes! I try to buy only those fauxs that look absolutely real and that truly mirror nature unless they are of an exaggerated nature like the orchid stems in this post. Even then I want them to have a fabulous quality about them. Z Gallerie and Pier 1 are really good with their faux flowers. I generally wait until they go on deep discount, though, because they can be pretty pricey. I miss the days when I was just able to order from any wholesale dealer I wanted. I think you and I are both experiencing wholesale withdrawal! 🙂 Stuppy (now sold to Baisch & Skinner) was where I bought most of my fauxs when I was a retailer. Allstate and MeraVic florals, too. You and I are 2 peas in a pod!

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