08 April 2013

Monet Inspired Easter Table


Frilly butter cream daffodilsperiwinkle blue bells, and a big white porcelain rabbit made their home on our Monet inspired table last week for our Easter celebration.


Bright cobalt blue and white vintage china and embossed Italian ceramic salad plates were the perfect compliment to the simple blue and white colour palette I chose for the table setting.

  
Batik style napkins were wrapped with hand painted porcelain blue birds and tiny hand made ceramic Mexican shot cups that I purchased in Puerto Vallarta a few years ago were used for personal garden bouquets at each place setting.


Sprigs of bright green boxwood, petite bunches of blue bells, and a single ruffled pale yellow daffodil were nestled in each hand painted vase.


I could not resist plucking more of these scrumptious daffodils out of our garden {our second blooming batch of these pretty yellow blooms this season} and placed them in a cobalt glass vase with even more branches of boxwood and bunches of blue bells on our marble kitchen table.  



These are one of my favorite daffodil blooms ~ like "peony daffodils" or "English rose daffodils"...


This rabbit was happy...


...and still is, as he sits proudly in his spot throughout this month of April.

Hopping {hoping} your Easter week was joyous.

Ciao amici,
Suzanne

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