Happy Monday, peeps! :)
I was chatting with a friend and she mentioned that she wished bloggers would
share their entertaining tips, tables settings and recipes for holidays in time for people
to be able to take advantage of them. Yikes, I know I've been guilty of rushing to get
things put together and posting them after the fact.
I have good news and bad news.
The good...I put together this cheerful Easter table setting to share with you.
The bad...it ends up we're not hosting Easter this year.
Which probably isn't a bad thing after all since I still have my unfinished buffet project
in the dining room. And, that also explains why you only see close ups of the table. :)
The inspiration was this indigo tablecloth I found at Goodwill. Remember when I showed
you my trash to treasure scores. I love the raised white embroidery and block print style. I
layered a black and white striped runner I had from my nephew's wedding last summer.
I included my DIY candelabra for fun!
Simple grocery store lilies and wheat grass I planted add lots of color and texture.
I love to collect small vases to sit at individual place settings. Yay for spring,
I finally have a few sprigs of greenery and little flowers to cut. For a variety of
heights I used a glass cake plate to display wheat grass planted in inexpensive
terra cotta pots, painted gold.
Aren't those little peeps poking their heads out of the cracked shells cute? :)
Just crack open a few eggs, wash them and let dry and set the peep inside.
Tomorrow I'm sharing our hands down all-time favorite dish
for Easter Brunch. I don't know anyone else who makes it and
it's sinfully delish!