I’m so excited to share my spring tablescape with you all today! I hope you checked out the other amazing inspiration that was shared Monday and Tuesday, and make sure to visit the other bloggers sharing today!
I used two sets of vintage China for this tablescape. The pretty pastel plates are LuRay, borrowed from my mom (thanks, mom!). Her mom owned this China, and she’s been collecting new pieces for years. My mom passed along the bug to me, and I can spot a piece of LuRay on the other side of an antique store 😉
The small salad (probably really bread & butter) plates are Spode Blue Bird pattern found at the flea market for $4.75 for the set. I spotted them as I was leaving, and promptly picked them up, turned around and purchased. It’s hard to find six matching plates of vintage China without paying more than I want, so I was excited to snag these.
To match the salad plates, I mixed in yellow, mint and light blue LuRay. The navy napkins are from World Market (my favorite place to buy linen napkins).
I added a few of my favorite milk glass pieces, along with a vase that normally lives in our master bedroom. The flowers are all grocery store bouquets. See more about tips for arranging grocery store flowers here.
I love this little serving piece, and placed the cute silver salt and pepper shakers on them (a gift from my mom’s cousin). She also gave me a lovely silver butter dish.
I love these fake plants from Ikea. If you don’t own some, I highly recommend buying a few. They remind me of dusty miller, which happens to be the only plant I can keep alive outside.
It was such a lovely sun-filled afternoon when I took these pictures. Here’s hoping the sun sticks around (but the yellow pollen can go any day!).
Make sure to visit the other wonderful ladies sharing their spring tablescapes today! And if you missed any earlier, this week, make sure to check all of the inspiration.
Shared on Tablescape Thursday.