This little bunny sitting on the Easter egg was the beginnings of my tablescape. I saw her in TJMaxx a couple weeks ago and she shopped right into my cart with a couple others from her family! She is holding a little butterfly. I have named her Petey, after my mother.
The tablecloth is Cynthia Rowley and the napkins are Max Studio Home from HomeGoods. I love the soft shades of aqua.
The plate stack begins with white wooden chargers from Pier One. A white Bordallo cabbage charger is the first of the plates, followed by an aqua cabbage dinner plate made by Mexcera, then a white Bordallo luncheon plate and finally an aqua soup/salad bowl made by Mexcera. The aqua dishes were from HomeGoods, also. I only found dessert plates. In fact I went back this week to see if they got another shipment in, sadly they didn't. I am hoping they will get more as I would like to add more of this color to my collection. They can be mixed nicely with the Bordallo cabbage dishes.
The glassware are tumblers, with aqua/white straws, found at Dollar Tree a year or two ago and the stems are from The Pioneer Woman's line found at WalMart. I really hesitated on buying them, but they were the perfect shade to go with several dishes I own. They come in different colors, along with dishes to match. No, this isn't a paid for post!
The flatware is Oneida Louisiana, which I have used numerous times.
The centerpiece is made up of several items, some new, some old...aqua Mason jars, little black/white bunny salt/pepper shakers, aqua candle pedestal that Petey is sitting on, aqua chippy flower candlestick holders, white platform candle holders/shaded aqua pillar candles. little white egg cups with aqua eggs and white tulips.
Thank you for visiting today, hope you will come back next time!
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Thoughts Of Home Thursday/Decor To Adore
Talk Of The Town/Beyond The Picket Fence