Monday, April 21, 2014

Easter Tablescape


Good morning friends!

What a lovely weekend it was. Sunshine and gradually increasing warmth made for a fantastic weekend of getting caught up on house chores and visiting with family.

Easter is usually my turn to cook so I managed to set the table up after removing all the paraphernalia from the bathroom and take a few photos.

I got some of the bunnies out of their boxes and gave them their shot in the spotlight.

Enjoy!




i am so happy that brass is back on trend, not making me the wacky gold girl anymore. i found a set of brass plated utensils a few weeks ago for 5 bucks and they looked great on the table. i am also thoroughly enjoying using the new green ball jars for drinks.



my mom found these green and white antique napkins for me last year and i was excited to put them to use last night











Happy belated Easter everyone and enjoy your day!



Meg

9 comments :

  1. Love, love, love those tulips, tablecloth and utensils! Have a great week!

    Angela @ Number Fifty-Three

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  2. Love the tulips and the bunnies. Gorgeous tablescape. Hope you had a fabulous Easter.

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  3. Wacky gold girl lol! Your tablescape is gorgeous and things you truly love (like brass) should never be out of style. Great deal on the gold utensils too. Happy Easter!

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  4. Your table is exquisite! I love every detail! I posted my Easter table today too!

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  5. Meg I need to know how wide is your table, it looks so roomy!

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    1. hey ginette
      our dining room table is 40" wide. sorry it took me so long to respond

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    2. It's all good Meg, just thankful to get an answer, it's 4" wider than mine but it looks so much wider.
      I love reading your blog! It's that little bit of sunshine that's missing these days..lol

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  6. What a cheerful, festive tablescape! :)
    Susan

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