Saturday, March 26, 2016

Adding the Final Touches For Easter

Hello, friends!  Thank you for stopping by to say hello for a few minutes today.  I am so glad the kiddos are beginning Spring Break, so we can spend some much-needed time together!  Earlier today, I spent a bit of time putting together the finishing touches for our Easter Sunday celebration.  Just a bit of tweaking here and there...nothing too complicated, will make for a sweet time that is enjoyable and relaxing.  I hope you enjoy the post!


More Flowers For the Entry 
 
I recently shared the tutorial for very simple baskets which I have hung on my front doors.


To make the entry even more welcoming, I added another arrangement indicative of the Spring season.    I began on my little garden pillar.   I added a large urn.  On the urn, I set a large rustic basket.



 I made sure to use a basket with almost the same diameter bottom as the mouth of the urn.
 

 
I have filled the basket with colorful blooms such as lilacs, lilies, daffodils, delphinium, grasses, et cetera...

 
and a sweet little bunny.

 
 
Isn't he cute?


 
To anchor him, I simply used a bamboo skewer.  I pushed the skewer into a tiny hole in the bottom of Mr. Cottontail




 
and placed it into the basket.




 
 
There's nothing like flowers for Easter!!


 
 
Setting The Table With Flair
 
For this year's Easter Tablescape, I am keeping things simple with a beautiful palette of fresh spring color.

 
Fresh white linen, crisp blue,



and soft, springy yellow,

 
makes for an elegant yet low-key setting.


A simple centerpiece of ample flowers in antique English Crockery,


sweet dessert forks,


and silver flatware


completes and compliments the setting.



I hope you are enjoying the beautiful weather and bounty of Spring!


From my collection:

Arrangement 
Urn, TaiPan Trading
Flowers, The Dollar Tree
Concrete bunny, Target
Rustic basket, thrifted 

Tablescape 
Transferware plates, Spode's The Blue Room Collection 
White saucers, Ralph Lauren Whipstitch Collection, Horchow/Neiman Marcus 
Daffodil bowls, exclusive Horchow/Neiman Marcus 
Silver flatware, Wallace Silversmiths Antique Baroque Collection, Horchow/Neiman Marcus 
Crystal goblets, Godinger Dublin Collection, Horchow/Neiman Marcus 
Dessert forks, Spode Italian, HomeGoods 
Large pitcher and basin, Chatham England, local antique 
Blue flutes, generic






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36 comments:

  1. Beautiful table, especially the blue glasses. Happy Ester.

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  2. Your table is really lovely. I especially love the centerpiece. The colours are so soft and lovely for Easter and Spring. Thank you for sharing with us and enjoy your week.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  3. You too, and thank you so much for visiting!

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  4. Oh my gosh - your blue and yellow and white tablescape is STUNNING! Just wow.

    How I would love to be a guest at your lovely table!

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    1. You are welcome anytime, Michele! Thank you so much for popping in.

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  5. Dear Parsimonious Perfection:
    What a wonderful presentation in your foyer. Your floral turned out stunning and your table setting was fabulous. Thanks for sharing and linking.

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  6. Your tablescape and arrangements are so beautiful! You make Dollar Tree flowers look like a million bucks and those daffodil bowls from Horchow are gorgeous! The light of spring is a natural accent to any photograph!
    Rita C at Panoply

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  7. Very pretty! Great colour combo and your pics are wonderful (pinned!) I have similar bowls but mine are all white - love the yellow inside and the leaves outside on yours.

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    1. Thank you, Lori, and for sharing your beautiful white Easter tablescape...also pinned, ;)

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  8. What beautiful Easter decor you've shared, along with your lovely tablescape! I love those darling daffodil bowls, along with the blue and white. So pretty!

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  9. Beautiful! I especially like the daffodil bowls!

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  10. Everything is so beautiful. Love the bunnies....Christine

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    1. Thank you, Christine! So glad to hear from you.

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  11. What a beautiful Easter table! How nice that you could be outdoors. I was so wishing we could, but it was not to be. Your centerpiece may be simple, but it is definitely swoon worthy.
    Thanks for sharing all this beauty.

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    1. Thank you, Sarah! I am still enamored with your beautiful MC and Herend collection, really sublime! Thank you for popping by!

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  12. Hello! Thanks for sharing all of these gorgeous photos with the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop . . . your post is an inspiration to your readers! Hope to see you again this coming week at the linky party. Nina @ Vintage Mama's Cottage

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    1. Thank you so much, Nina, and thank you for hosting!

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  13. Love your beautiful table.....very pretty colors and love your floral arrangement,
    so gorgeous. Hope you had a wonderful Easter.....
    Blessings, Nellie

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  14. Loving your front door decor and your table! Those dishes are pure perfection. Have a great weekend!

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  15. Everything is stunning-
    your lovely decor and your elegant tablescape.
    I am a great fan of blue and white and I love it paired with yellow.

    Thank you for sharing this at TOHOT!

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  16. I'm a sucker for blue and white!

    Thanks for sharing your beautiful table and decor with SYC.

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  17. ooops, I wasn't done talking! I hit 'enter" & it closed off my comment???
    Anyway, the inside of your home is just as lovely as the outside. I will keep that trick for anchoring the bunny in mind for next time I want to add something creative to an arrangement. I'll be turning every such purchase upside down to look for a hole before I buy it! LOL

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    1. I empathize, sorry for the late response also...when I first wrote this post, for some reason, I was unable to respond to these comments! Thank you so much for stopping by, and happy shopping!

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  18. Such beautiful spring touches outside and inside your home! Your Easter table is just lovely, and your centerpiece--oh my! The soft yellow and cream flowers with the blue and white transferware is just stunning. Thanks so much for sharing with us all at Vintage Charm :)

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    1. Sorry for the late response...tech issues! Thank you so much for sharing!!

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