Hello friends. I hope you are all having a quiet and restful weekend since next week things will be a bit hectic for many of us that celebrate the Easter Holiday...So much to do. From planning our menus, shopping lists,and getting our homes ready for family and guests that will spend the weekends in our homes. How exciting and fun... But it can be a bit overwhelming so please enjoy a quiet moment this weekend friends.
How unpredictable March has been. Spring has arrived but I think mother nature is a bit confused this year because it is still very cold here. I know we are all eager for spring but well, I guess it is just taking its time. In the meantime, we must welcome spring using color as our inspiration to celebrate the awakening of the garden but in this case it is inside our homes.
Today, I am sharing my table setting for an Easter Breakfast. It is full of my favorite springs colors, green, pink, lavender, white...Oh the beauty of color... So much harmony, tranquility and uplifting. It is as if nature it self is singing her spring songs..
I began with a plain creamy white tablecloth and layered it with a square green and white checkered napkin from Pottery Barn. I used a cream plate charger from Pier 1 as my base then placed a green dinner plate on top which I purchased at Home Goods a few years ago. I also used vintage hand painted floral Haviland salad plates to give a bit of color and used a saucer from my Martha Stuart Collection which I used to sit my bunnies on. the lavender goblets are from Pier 1 and the dinner napkins are from Pottery Barn. Napkin rings are from Home Goods and flatware is Oneida silver plate. I used two metal pitchers purchased from Ikea as flower vases for my lilac roses and tulips.
Please enjoy. I hope to you all have a wonderful and happy Easter with your family and friends.. Please take a moment to leave a comment. They really make me smile.
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