Tablescape Thursday: A Nod to Spring

Good morning, and welcome to Tablescape Thursday.  Today’s tablescape has me dreaming of Spring and all the glory it brings…pretty flowers, warmer temperatures, chirping birds, and lots of wonderful sunshine.

The centerpiece gracing the table is a bouquet of Spring flowers accented with pretty pink candlesticks.


The plate stack consists of a blue plate that I purchased last Summer at Sur La Table and an American Fostoria salad plate.  The napkins are blue and white seersucker tied with a pink bow. A sprig of pink berries is tucked into each bow.


The finishing accompaniment to each place setting is an American Fostoria crystal glass.




Thank you so much for joining me today. I hope that you enjoy your day, and that you have a wonderful weekend!!!


Linking with:
Pieced PastimesLife on Lakeshore Drive – Coastal CharmDwellings

Savvy Southern Style French Country CottageStone GableConfessions of a Plate Addict

Worthing Court – Between Naps on the Porch – Cedar Hill FarmhouseA Stroll Thru LifeThe Charm of Home

Katherines Corner Share Your Cup 21 Rosemary LaneRattlebridge Farm –  Life and Linda

Rustic & Refined – Celebrate & DecoratePeonies and Orange BlossomsReinvented Collection

Our Home Away from HomeSweet Sensations Imparting GraceBlue Sky Kitchen


  1. Janet Lane


  2. Love this…just love the colors of pink and blue for Spring!…and you know how much I love those American Fostoria glasses!

    • Thank you, Shirley! My Great Grandmother loved the American Fostoria pattern. She collected several different pieces, and I am so fortunate to have inherited many of them. The pattern goes so well with so many different looks. It is a classic! I hope that you have a wonderful weekend!!!

  3. Shannon, your beautiful table has me dreaming of spring this morning. I love the striped napkins with the berries tucked in the bow…so sweet and spring-like! Your centerpiece finished off your setting perfectly. Happy Thursday!

  4. Beautiful table! The American Fostoria salad plates give a nice dimension to the plate stack while letting that lovely blue color come through. I love all the blue and pink together.

  5. Love seeing American Fostoria in your tablescape. I have several pieces of Fostoria and know how it can add that extra sparkle no matter what theme your table setting is. I used it in formal, informal, rustic and holiday settings. Always looks beautiful.

    • Thank you, Bonita, for the sweet comment. I agree that the American Fostoria goes so well with so many different looks. It is a classic. I’m so happy that you stopped by, and I hope that you have a wonderful weekend!!!

  6. What a beautifully delightful table… I love the colors and all you have included to make it special. 🙂

  7. I love the blue with the pink accents. It says Spring is coming. It is just lovely.

  8. I inherited a lot of this Fostoria pattern that inspires me to bring it out of the bow front china cabinet I have similar to yours. I have the bird plates like yours and using them with striped napkins placed on wicker chargers in my breakfast room. I also have lots of blue and white pieces like you have. I love your home and use of antique and traditional decor. Keep up the lovely vignettes and Happy Easter???

    • Hi Brenda! Thank you so much for your very sweet comment. The Fostoria pattern goes so well with so many different looks. My collection belonged to my Great Grandmother, and I treasure it very much. I know that you must treasure your collection too. I’m so happy that you left me a comment. I hope that you have a wonderful weekend! Happy Easter!!!

  9. Such a nice fresh table for Spring. Very nice.

  10. Love your floral centerpiece. Looks like you are ready for spring! Thank you for sharing at Dishing It & Digging It!

  11. Your tables are always so pretty! Love the striped napkins with the pink bows.

  12. Such a pretty table for Spring! I love those blue striped napkins, they say Spring to me! Thanks for sharing at Celebrate Your Story!

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