Happy spring, dear readers! Today, we are celebrating all the joy that spring brings! Unfortunately, where I live spring temperatures have been a little late to arrive. However, I am still seeing and hearing lots of signs of spring. The sounds of birds singing, and frogs croaking are starting to fill the air. Green is also starting to dot the landscape, and that is definitely a welcome sight! Spring also holds one of my most favorite holidays, Easter. Something special just resonates with this time of year. It is a time for rebirth and hope.
“That is one good thing about the world…There are always sure to be more springs.”-L.M. Montgomery
Today, I am joining my talented tablescaping friends to bring you our tablescapes ready to welcome the spring season. Our gracious host is Rita from Panoply.
A pink and green color palette with bunnies and chicks is the perfect theme to greet the season.
A simple bouquet of pink and white tulips also gives a gentle nod to springtime.
Each placesetting is anchored with floral Ralph Lauren placemats that I purchased several years ago at HomeGoods. For the plate stack, I chose my grandmother’s Spode Rosebud Chintz plates and my great grandmother’s Limoge plates topped with green Sarreguemine Majolica plates. The flatware is Hotel Lux by Wallace. Rounding out the settings is my grandmother’s pink goblets paired with green checked napkins from Amy Montgomery Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Rabbit happily reside over the dinner table.
Sweet little chicks are also happy to join the spring celebration. Flanking the centerpiece of tulips are pillar candles surrounded by pastel egg candle rings.
“Easter is meant to be a symbol of hope, renewal, and new life.”-Janine di Giovanni
A few more pops of spring have been added to the china cabinet. Little lambs happily reside on the top shelf and a cute Easter Egg house is perched below with pastel Easter egg branches. A few extra Easter eggs are scattered about for good measure.
“The great gift of Easter is hope.” -Basil C. Hume
“Our Lord has written the promise of the resurrection, not in books alone, but in every leaf in spring-time.”-Martin Luther
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.-John 3:16
May you have the happiest and blessed of springs, dear friends, doing the things you love and enjoying life. Thank you so much for your visits and gracious comments! Be sure to visit my talented tablescaping friends. You will find a list of their links below.
Home is Where the Boat Is – Cottontail Farms
Everyday Living – The Blessing of Easter
Corner of Plaid and Paisley – One Happy Bunny
Bleu Belle Interiors – Spring Brings Joy
Living With Thanksgiving – Easter Fun
Hyacinths for the Soul – Springtime Pleasures
Celebrating Everyday Life – How to Style an Elegant Easter Brunch Table
The Painted Apron – Carrots and Cottontails
The Bookish Dilettante – Tablescape Blog Hop: Wildflowers for Spring
Pandora’s Box – A Dollar Tree Dessert Station
My Thrift Store Addiction – Egg-cited for Spring Breakfast Table
The Little Yellow Corner Store – Creating Happiness With An Easter Tablescape and a Giddy of a Good Time
The Cat’s Whiskerz – The annual spring meeting of the bunnies
Celebrate and Decorate – Spring Table Decor
Red Cottage Chronicles – Blue and White Tablescape for Spring
Me and My Captain – Spring, When Flowers Bloom and Nature Sings
Thrifting Wonderland – Spring Forward Tablescape
Bluesky at Home – Bunnies and Blue Spring Tablescape
Dinner at Eight – Welcoming Spring with a Fluffle of Bunnies
Zucchini Sisters – Lavender and Sage Spring Tablescape