I am trying to will spring to arrive. There is still snow on the ground, but I think this will help the temperatures warm up and bring on the spring buds and flowers.
On this table, I have used vintage and Post-86 Fiesta and Harlequin, mostly in pastel shades. I found the napkins, the tablecloth, the bunny egg cups, and other non-Fiesta items at thrift stores. It is a wonder what people get rid of, and thankfully, I am there to snatch it up and put it to good use.
I was trying to find shades of Fiesta that reminded me of Easter egg colors because that says Spring to me.
The candle holder is actually for a taper, but I found votive holders that would fit in the holder.
A flower for each guest sits in front of the placesetting.
The Apricot teapot was an unexpected find in a thrift store. SCORE!
Each placesetting has a different color scheme. Here we have dinner plate in Tangerine, salad plate in p-86 Rose, and bowl in Lemongrass.
Dinner Plate-Lilac, salad plate in tangerine, bowl in P-86 Rose.
Dinner plate in Turquoise, salad plate in P-86 Rose, and bowl in Tangerine.
Dinner plate in P-86 Rose, salad plate in Peacock, and bowl in sunflower.
And just so you can see the bunny egg cups, which I LOVE, I took a picture of the front of each placesetting.
I made a little Spring flower out of my Harlequin toy creamers. These are vintage.
This sugar and creamer is not made by Homer Laughlin, but I really like them. The handle has a little sculpted fairy on both of them.
Can you see her face?
Side view of the fairy with her wings.
The apricot tablecloth was a thrift store find. Don't hate me, but it was only 3 bucks! Yes, I know!
Also, I don't iron if I don't have to, so this was almost wrinkle free (just had folding creases), so it goes on the table.
I am sharing at Between Naps on the Porch.