Spring is in the Air! I can see it on my car!! All the pollen is falling and covering my car with a haze of yellow green dust. A sure sign of Spring!
Today I’m sharing a Spring inspired table setting with one of me newest prized possessions.
I was fortunate enough to find on Craigslist a beautiful set of 1847 Rogers Brothers Silverware in the Grand Heritage pattern. It is service for 12 and includes many serving pieces. I was so excited to find it and purchase it from a lovely woman that was kind enough to meet me in the Sam’s parking lot! I had to drive almost an hour, but it was so worth it.
Don’t you agree!
I think it complements the table so perfectly.
I love bunnies and this time of year bunnies are plentiful. This year I’ve added these cute fuzzy green ones to my collection. I found them at Hobby Lobby and couldn’t resist the color or the texture.
I’m in love with these crystal globes. I found both of these at thrift stores in the area and will be looking for more. I love the sparkle!
In preparation for this photo shoot I purchased some beautiful green hydrangeas from Trader Joe’s and they looked amazing. And then of course, I waited one too many days before taking photos and I woke up to drooping, sad flowers that just wouldn’t work!
Luckily I had some other flowers I could use, but they pale in comparison to the beautiful hydrangeas that only lasted 3 days. I think in the future I’ll be more careful with my selections and my schedule before purchasing flowers!
After another amazing day spent checking out my favorite thrift stores, I found some interesting pieces to give this spring tablescape a more natural, rustic look!
Natural Elements add warmth and dimension
I found the small salad plates and the green glassware at a new thrift store I recently discovered. The placemats are from Ikea!
I just added a few more natural elements and gave this table setting a more rustic look!
We’ve had many people come through to see the townhouse, I wonder what they must think when they see the table all done up for spring?
Do you set your table for the seasons?
Thank you for checking out my blog! Until next time!