The white Johnson Brothers Snowhite Regency charger is topped with a Bordallo Pinheiro green cabbage leaf plate. The salad bowls are Minton and Royal Bayreuth. Unfortunately, I only have 6 of the Minton which match the JB chargers.
The flatware is Oneida Louisiana.
The iced tea glasses are Whitehall by Colony in amber.
The "centerpiece" was a little Fitz and Floyd egg pedestal with filled plastic eggs...so original! I got the pedestal at Goodwill a couple years ago for $2.99 less 25% senior discount for a total of $2.25. The gold, white and green candlesticks were a Savers purchase a few months ago.
The menu was an ever present green salad, spinach/artichoke chicken with farfalle, which was adapted from Add A Pinch blog, and garlic bread. Dessert was mini lemon curd tarts I found a few years ago on Mika's blog 350 Degree Oven, some I added raspberry preserves and others strawberry preserves, which I had seen recently on Yvonne's blog Stone Gablehttp://www.stonegableblog.com/2014/03/raspberry-lemon-curd-flower-tartlets.html. Nothing like a carb loaded lunch...I think everyone enjoyed it, though!
Paper mache eggs hanging from the chandelier.
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