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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Simple Easter Breakfast Tablescape

 

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This is my first time participating in Susan’s  84th Tablescape Thursday. I’ve set a really simple table by using a lace tablecloth that I found at a yard sale last fall. To add a little color, woven straw placemats in spring green were used for each of the place settings. White dinner plates and floral luncheon plates and bowls were placed on top of them.  Nothing fancy, by any means~ just pretty, pastel, spring colors that let us know that a new season is upon us.  

 

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The centerpiece of the table is a large cloche covering a moss covered basket filled with speckled wooden eggs. A garland of faux dogwood blossoms encircles the bottom of the dome.

 

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Each luncheon plate and bowl has a different bouquet of flowers embellishing it.

 

 

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I used two different colored napkins and wrapped them with faux tea roses and ivy.  I alternated pink and green egg cups to the right of the napkins and  vintage green juice glasses to the left.

 

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Who wouldn’t want to eat a soft cooked egg from this sweet little eggcup?

 

 

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A small iron stand holds salt and pepper shakers, as well as a sugar bowl.

 

 

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This little bunny is holding a watering can and is ready to get her garden growing.

 

 

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And this rabbit looks as if he is ready for a snack.

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I’m looking forward to eating a nice breakfast casserole and some fresh fruit,  as well as enjoying some pomegranate juice and a hot cup of coffee on Easter morning. I might even add a chocolate egg or some jelly beans as my dessert!  Do you get dessert with breakfast?!

 

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Hope you have a joyous Easter Holiday! 

Hugs,

14 comments:

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

Hi Sue! What a beautiful tablescape...so festive and springy! Your photos are gorgeouos...especially the one that has color in the center combined with black and white! Fabulous job there, Ma'am! Happy Easter!...hugs...Debbie

Karen@Table, Hearth and Home said...

Hi Sue,
Happy first Tablescape Thursday posting and welcome to the club/obsession! You've done a lovely job...I also share your taste in music!

kim said...

Beautifully done table and I adore the centerpiece. This was my first time joining, too.

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

Sue....Very pretty and sweet Easter setting! It looks so cheerful! Happy Easter!~Hugs, Patti

Twice as Nice said...

Beautiful tablescape. Love the wrought iron salt and pepper sugar bowl stand. Where did you get that? Wishing you and Hubby a blessed Easter. The Twins

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

Beautiful table Sue!

And of course you can always have dessert for breakfast. In fact, I like to have dessert first!

Happy Easter!

Manuela@TPOH said...

Beautiful! I love that big moss covered egg!

Manuela

Shelia said...

Hi Sue and welcome to Tablescape Thursday! Oh, honey, you've got it! Your table is wonderful. Your lace tablecloth is so pretty and those dishes! I love those pretty springy dishes. The centerpiece is adorable and the bunnies and egg cup! You've done a beautiful job. Love it all. Thanks for popping in to see me.
be a sweetie,
shelia ;)

Jo said...

As always, beautiful! Have a Happy Easter

Mimi said...

Oh, you will have to be at the top of your game when you post another tablescape...this one is gorgeous! The bowls are really pretty, each with a different bouquet...and the bunnies are adorable.

Linda Q said...

Wonderful table, love all the little touches and the color, cloche is nice!
Great job and welcome to tablescaping!
Happy Easter,
Linda

Kathleen said...

Wasn't it fun, Sue? A little creative expression! You did a great job, it looks so Eastery..and cheerful..
Blessings, Sue!

Johanna said...

Very nice table. I like the delicate glasses and the flower decorated luncheon plates. All looks very nice.

Wish you a happy Easter.
Johanna

Tricia said...

Such a pretty table! And your photography is excellent! I love those floral plates, and the green placemats really set them off. Glad you've decided to join the party, too!