Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Spring is in the air

It's a beautiful spring. Weather is so pleasant. Wish it could last forever.

Recognize a blast from the past with these lap trays!
Bridal wreath and azaleas arranged in vintage Ball jar.
Blue and green pottery- Paula Deen. White salad plates- Spode-Mansard. Cutlery- Williams Sonoma. Napkins- AAFES.



Yes, spring is in the air. Hope, you are enjoying it.

Linking to: Let's DishTablescape Thursday, Wow Us Wednesday and Table Top Tuesday.

16 comments:

  1. That is a gorgeous table setting!! I'm so glad to be your newest follower, I love your blog:)

    Katie
    www.funhomethings.com

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  2. Simple yet very elegant! I was so glad to see your post. Your table is beautiful.

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  3. Oh my, I do love your beautiful tablescape. So pretty and the flowers are so special. Thanks for joining Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

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  4. Beautiful tablescape, Bonnie. Love the soft blue and green, and using trays as chargers. Lovely. xo

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  5. Bonnie~ Spring IS in the air, I need Zyrtec! :) Love your bamboo trays, which I remember using fondly and the Paula Deen Whitaker, I have the white but love the green and blue! There's no prettier vase for flowers than a mason jar!

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  6. Hi, Bonnie! We were in the 30s here all day yesterday with a bit of snow mixed in with a driving rain. NOT very Spring-like at all!!! Today the sun is shining, but it's still very chilly. Hoping to get some of the niceness you're enjoying soon!

    I have some of those trays, and I just love them! They are very handy!! I like the way you have them here with all the beautiful Spring elements. Very, very pretty!!! Enjoy your week!!!

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  7. Such a beautiful, beautiful spring tablescape, Bonnie. I LOVE mason jars as vases. ;) blessings ~ tanna

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  8. Hey Bonnie...glad to see you today. I have been thinking about you...and I love your table. blue bell jars are such a perfect flower vase...and your whole table looks like spring in the south...
    Love, Mona

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  9. Bonnie, your tablescape and spring blooms are beautiful. I love to put fresh cut flowers in containers like yours. I love all the colors of your table, so lovely.

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  10. Bonnie, your beautiful spring table is delightful. Love the flowers in the pale blue bell jars!!! have a blessed week, xo marlis

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  11. I have some of those lap trays and find them useful for so many purposes. Your table is most inviting and I love that you used the blue jars. That kind of thing is my absolute favorite for flowers. Glad you're back.

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  12. Beautiful table...and flowers!

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  13. Lovely flowers and the ball jar is a pretty blue! Your lap trays are a blast and wonderful addition to your table. I like how you interchanged the blue and green china! Very Pretty!

    Pam

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  14. Hi Bonnie,

    What a pretty tablescape you've put together! Since the early days of my marriage, I have loved to put fresh flowers in Mason jars -- it's such a fresh, simple, and pretty effect. I used to go to the local Farmer's Market on Saturdays in the summer and get fresh vegetables and beautiful bouquets of flowers. I still like to put mine in Mason jars. :)

    I really like your pretty dishes; the solid colors are so soft and springy. I also love your floral napkins and trays. I'm pretty sure my MIL has some of those trays.

    I'm glad you're enjoying the pretty spring weather, Bonnie. We have been here, too. Unfortunately, it rained all day today, and is supposed to continue for the next three or four days. It will be a good time to get lots done inside. Hope all is well with you!

    Hugs,

    Denise

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  15. Love your trayscape. The flowers are so pretty!
    Thanks for linking to the challenge at Let's Dish!

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  16. Love the beautiful spring flowers in the vintage Ball jars. I have several ( and enjoy using them for wildflowers. Also enjoy using old vintage milk bottles to hold flowers - and I have a ton of those! Looking forward to the garden club brunch next week and seeing everyone's arrangements for the nursing home. Maxine

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