This year, as the family gathers for Easter Brunch, our table will be decked out in
vintage linens, green dinnerware and pink tulips - bringing the fresh look of Springtime indoors.
I came across this gorgeous piece of vintage hot pink material last Fall at a particularly good estate sale.
On my knees digging through a box, I spotted this prize near the bottom.
It was made for Spring, don't you think?
Paired with my inexpensive green plates, it reminds me of a Lily Pulitzer print. I love her textiles!
I pulled the bunnies from my craft storage/laundry room. E's room was decked
out in bunnies when she was an infant. She banished them somewhere around the age of 8.
But like any good mom, I saved them. You never know when you're going to need a good bunny.
I'm not sure where the birdhouse came from. If I was a betting woman,
I'd lay odds on Hobby Lobby. I purchase almost everything there. I shop the half price sales!
Rich greens and pinks make for an inviting garden theme for this years Easter brunch.
I filled our fruit bowls with festive colored egg-shaped lemon drops and Easter grass.
Strawberries and fresh cut mint - deliciously fragrant!
My go-to Oneida silverware! I use it all of the time.
I adore these scalloped white plates. I picked them up years ago at
Pier 1. I own six and have searched e-Bay in vain. I would love a set of twelve.
Green place cards tied with sheer pink ribbon are tucked into the Easter grass.
I placed fresh cut mint at every place setting. Not only is it beautiful but it smells wonderful as well.
Did you know tulips are the only flower to continue to grow once cut?
To keep them fresh, take them out of the vase every other day and snip off the ends.
Hot pink tulips look perfect in this round, green vase I purchased at Goodwill.
One of my few prized possessions, monogrammed
linen napkins. I also discovered them up at an estate sale.
I truly hope your Easter is one filled with family, friends, good food and lots of memory making!
HAPPY EASTER ALL!