Thursday, March 22, 2012

Happy Spring!!

 Well, It Finally Got Here!

While I am trying to bring a little
Spring into the homestead
I keep getting sidetracked by the Emergency Room
so I am reposting an Easter Table from 2011.
I hope you will enjoy this reprise
while I work on this year's STUFF!


Simple Easter Supper

Vintage Dishes Not The Food!!

Let's set up for a simple supper with friends to usher in the Holy Week.

Let's get started with Bob's free flowers. 
You can read more about the free flowers HERE.
Perk up last weeks roses.
You can revive fading flowers by submerging them in cold water, If they are not too far gone.
I was able to reuse these from a dozen.
Choose a container.
This was a thrift store find many years ago.

Aren't they cute?

Oasis in a food container. Bunnies, have a hairline crack.
Now to set the table.
The Blue Onion pieces are used daily and will be moved.
The beaded runner is from Pier One after Easter Sale.
The flowers in the bunnies are last week's.
Finished centerpiece on milkglass cake plate.
See how nice the roses look. They are a week old.
Placemat Dillard's 70% off sale. Large dinner plate, Dollar Tree. Using for greater contrast.

Dinner plate Homer Laughlin. Wedding gift 1958. Vintage enough?

Bunny plate, Pier One, same sale.
He keeps giving me the eye! I think he's flirting with me. I think he is cute too!
Looks like an egg cup. Not, we will having fruit. Kim brought these to me in March.
The sterling is Wallace's "Waltz of Spring". Did any of you pick out a silver pattern when you were a senior in high school. In the 50's this was the custom. This is the pattern I chose when I was l8 years old. I didn't have the money to purchase any at the time. I forgot about it and years later decided to see if I could find it. Yep!! I found it. It is now discontinued and is vintage!
The blue tinted goblet was part of our 12 day's of Christmas gift. You can read about it here
Now let's just look around before our friends arrive.

Palm fronds to remember the Palm Sunday.

These little houses are part of a lighted village. This I am using what happened to be on the first floor.
No one in this house felt like bringing the boxes down.

My daughters will laugh when they see I had this much stuff already downstairs.
Most was acquired after last Easter.

Better view of the cake plate. 

This is Bob and me. He's sooooooo sweet! Most of the time.

HA, HA! THE YOKES ON YOU!!! These are salt and pepper shakers. HomeGoods, this year.

I have used these votives previously but I love the white and It goes well here. Dollar Tree finds.
I truly hope that you have enjoy helping me set the table. Please leave a comment, they are like colored Easter eggs.
Have a blessed Easter Week!
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Be sure to link back to them for more fun.

Thanks for viewing this previous post. 
I promise a brand new one next week.

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Treasure Hunt Thursday
Potpourri Friday
Feathered Nest Friday
Flaunt It Friday
Feature Yourself Friday
It's A Hodgepodge Friday
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Vintage Inspiration Friday
Home Sweet Home
Thrifty Things Friday
Spring And Easter Blog Party


Traci said...

What have I missed? Why are you distracted by an Emergency Room? I hope everything is okay with you.

Barbara F. said...

Hope all is well Ginger. I am glad you reposted as I did not see this and it is beautiful. Such cute Easter items and beautiful flowers. xo

Creations By Cindy said...

Love your Easter tablescape Ginger! The bunny napkin rings are so cute!!!! Hope you are doing well. How is the family? Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Debbiedoo's said...

Hi Miss Ginger...I hope everything is OK. I loved your table. Such cuties all around. Love the dishes too. Hope you are all OK. Have a great weekend. XO

LV said...

Spring is here took but nothing looks like your showing. A very pretty post.

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

Hi Ginger I hope everyone is OK! Your bunny centerpiece is so adorable! And the flower tip is a great one--I'm going to try it too. Happy Spring! Linda

Celia M. c. said...

Blessings to you and your family and hoping all is turning out ok!! Your Easter inspiration table setting is brilliant!! Hugs, xo HHL

Anonymous said...

Being new to your blog, I enjoyed the table setting. I especially liked the bunny container and your napkin rings. Hoping all is okay and no more ER visits.... Visiting from Let's Dish.

Mariette said...

Dearest Ginger,

Hope you are okay though!
The reposted post is LOVELY...
All the best to you and your loved ones.


Chatty Crone said...

I don't think there is one thing on your post today from your header to your fooder that I don't love and think that it's gorgeous! Hope you are okay. sandie

Anonymous said...

Hope things are okay, Ginger!!

I love your table!

Diane said...

Such a pretty table. Great napkin rings and I love all the colors!

Curtains in My Tree said...

Sorry you had to make a visit to the emergency room, the old sayin goes, been there ,done that

anyway your table is so pretty looks like it is set up in a fine gift shop like Pier One or something , so pretty

Debbie said...

If I saw this last year, just call me delighted anew this year! I love everything about it, and it makes me want to go ahead and set up our Easter table right now.

I'm sorry about the ER!!
I hate to have to go there.

Alycia Nichols said...

Whaddya mean "sidetracked by the emergency room"??? What's going on? What did I miss? Are you OK? What's going on?????????????????

Kathleen said...

Hi Ginger!
This is just so sweet! I love every element of it! The napkin tings are precious. It's a beauty of an Easter table!
Thanks so much for sharing it at Let's Dish! See you for the next meeting, Wed at 7!
I hope you are ok, you have us all wondering?

Marigene said...

What a cute Easter table, Ginger! Those napkin rings are adorable.

Tess said...

Love this table and your centerpiece is beautiful with the bunny dish! I love your silver flatware!

Grace InAZ said...

Praying for no more ER trips! This is a fun and pretty table for Easter! As a collector (used to be) of salt and peppers, I have to love the eggs! The napkin holders are my next favorite!
Hugs, GraceinAZ

jeanetteann said...

I love all your Easter stuff,especially the bunny centre piece and the napkin rings. I have never been over here before and love your blog. I am now following
xx jeanetteann

Suzy said...

Hi sweet friend. This table is truly adorable and well worth re-posting! I'm praying for you girl!

c. Joy said...

Hope all is well. Thanks for the tip on reviving roses. Your table is beautiful. I'm ready for spring.

Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

I hope all is well with you. I enjoyed seeing this table because I missed it last year. Your centerpiece was beautiful, and I didn't know that you could revive roses that way. I think your silverware pattern is gorgeous!

The French Hutch said...

I hope all is well. Sidetracked by the ER scares me! Beautiful spring flowers and I'm loving the Easter tablescape I missed. The bunny container is so sweet and the floral arrangement you made is glorious. Such sweet bunny plates and egg cups. I love the Palm fronds, the perfect Easter touch. Great post!

The French Htuch


Sorry I haven't been around much, I'm fixing many things home too. I'm loving that bunny centerpiece, it's adorable! The bunny dishes cute egg cups are beautiful too, You've set a gorgoeus spring table. Lots of hugs,

Shanee @ LivingLifeSouthernStyle said...

What a pretty table. I love the bunny centerpiece and the way you elevated on a cake plate and your napkin rings are too cute. Thanks for sharing.

NanE said...

I really enjoyed your post today, even if it was from last year, good taste never gets old! Your centerpiece is gorgeous, the colors are stunning and the bunny planter perfect. Now I have a question for you, you have a Peony pictured at the top of your post, is that in your garden? I'm in Charleston and no matter what I try, I can't get them to survive the Summer. It breaks my heart too because my Daddy lived in Ohio and they were his favorite flower. Have a great week, Nan

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Everything is so pretty! I enjoyed all of your photos.

Kathy M.

Terri @ A Creative Princess said...

First off, Ginger, I hope everything is okay with you. The table is beautiful! I love the little bunny napkin holders! They're adorable!

Pamela said...

Love your table setting! Thanx so very much for joining the party! Hope you will come again soon.

Sherry said...

How pretty Ginger! Hope you are doing better! Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!

Jessa Irene said...

So pretty, love the little bunnies! Beautiful colors, wonderfully done. Thank you for adding this to the party. I am pinning and tweeting it :)

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