I have reworked my Easter table so I'm a little happier with it. I am looking forward to Sunday and having everyone here.
Yes, this is much better.
Amazing how the adding glasses and utensils makes such a difference.
Not to mention clearing off the table to make room for the food
I love these litte hen dishes and the little salt cellars. I'm sure they will come off the table for dinner service.
The glasses wine and water glasses are Lenox Tuscany Seasons; the egg plates came from probably Ross or Marshalls; the dinnerware is Independence Ironstone; napkins and tablecloth came from a discount store a couple of years ago; napkins are from Kohls this year (I commented on that a few days ago)
And what, you ask, happened to the bunny plates, the tall candles and the bunny? Well, I created a dessert table. I am determined to use my living room - you know that room in the house that no one ever goes into except for Christmas. Well, I decided to make mine a parlor, so we are going to start eating our dessert in here.
Since I have a round table cloth that matches the one in the dining room, I opened up the drop-leaf and used it. I sure am glad I got all those extra napkins when they were available.
And there is the bunny and the candlesticks that cluttered up the dining table. And what's for dessert? Carrot cake, of course.
I think this cake plate came from Target a few years ago. You can turn it over and use it for chips and dip, but I never do.
I pulled out the pressed glass cream and sugar along with the Mikasa coffee cups and saucers.
I don't remember where this little thing came from, probably a thrift store, but it makes a really nice spooner.
Thanks so much for visiting. And thank you to all those bloggers out there who never cease to amaze, awe and inspire me. I wish I had time to comment on every one I visit so you will know I've visited. And to all those who put together the blog parties! They keep me on my toes and constantly trying harder. That is a positive thing.