There was a time when I didn’t bother to set an Easter table. I didn’t think my home was worthy of the fuss. I am learning to embrace my home and those whom I share it with. I have learned that it doesn’t have to be perfect. I have learned that He has given me the blessing of having a home at all. So this year I have decided to make my home the very best it can be, and to show those whom I love they are worthy of trying my best and embrancing what has been given to us by the grace of God. Without further adiu I welcome you to our Easter table…..
I am loving these flower luncheon plates I picked up at Home Sense. They only had 3 pink and 3 blue, and since I wanted 4 I got two of each!
I transplanted some pots of spring bulbs I picked up at the market into an old cheese box. After, I will transplant into the garden and enjoy them again next spring!
This pretty “tablecloth” I found in my Nana’s attic on closer inspection turns out it was a curtain panel!! I think it makes a pretty spring tablecloth!
“The Lord has written the promise of resurrection, not only in books alone but in every leaf of springtime”
Martin Luther, Priest and Theology Professor
Lori @ A Bright and Beautiful Life says
Maureen ~ You set a beautiful Easter table. I love your tablecloth and green glassware and the flower/rustic box centerpiece and your super cute flower plates. I’m loving it. Great job.
Your table setting is gorgeous! It must have been a wonderful time to gave family gathered around you! BTW, I have two of those same plates that I bought to decorate a ‘cottage’ bedroom!
Thank you Jan. Easter is one of my favourite times of the year to decorate. All the bright colours make me smile! Love the idea is using the plates in a cottage bedroom!