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Thursday, June 25, 2009

Tablescape Thursday

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     This morning when I opened Susan’s wonderful blog, Between Naps on the Porch, I decided- very last minute- to join in.

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     The dishes are Nikko’s Summer Glade in the Blossom Time pattern.

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     I can hear my daughters right now.

When did Mom get those dishes?”

Did you know she had those?”

Where does she have those hidden?”

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     The goblets are Johnson Brothers, and I got them through Amazon (I think…).

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     The silverplate is from those boxes I bought at the flea market (previous post).

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     The pattern of the spoon is one of my favorites.

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         Have a wonderful Thursday everyone. I am off to work in the yard.  Thank you Susan.

30 comments:

Dirt Princess said...

Very nice!

Donna@designson47thstreet said...

Your post is just lovely, truly. Those dishes remind me just a smidgen of the ones I just showed from my lastest thrifting.

I truly lol with the comment your daughters might have made. Mine would do the same thing. All 3 are just starting to show great interest in dishes.

LOVED the silver AND those yummy pink goblets.

Thank you for sharing. I always think I will but feel I have to set a full table. I like your tray version! ;)

Donna

Debbie's Garden said...

Those dishes are beautiful! Quite different from your blue. So girly. The silverware looks good with it. I think you should host some wonderful strong coffee and maybe some peach cobbler with ice cream.

Miss Laura Lu/RMS4291960 said...

Hey Laura! I've been absent lately from blogland because I've been working so much! I've got a lot of catching up to do! Your tablescape is so pretty! Love the plates and the pink stemware! You could use this post for pink Saturday too! God Bless! Lauralu :)

Elizabethd said...

Your china is so very pretty!

Michelle said...

Very nice for spur of the moment! Love all the pink! Happy TT! Don't get too hot outside!

Joycee said...

Lots of goodies! I am unable to stop buying dishes, is that a problem?

Southern Lady said...

Beautiful dishes, Laura ...and I love the elegant goblets, too. I'm sure your girls are going to want to borrow them sometime.

Preppy 101 said...

Love this post!! Gorgeous!! Why am I not surprised that you are working in your yard!! ;-) xoxo

Michelle said...

Love your Blossom Time china...so pretty.

Linda said...

It may have been "last minute", but it sure is pretty! Linda

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Very pretty!
Glenda

Mary said...

Very nice!

Brenda said...

I'd hide them for sure! They're gorgeous. And they may come looking to borrow them for awhile! I had to reread this. How funny! I have two adult daughters myself, and know just where you're coming from!
Brenda

Christi @ A Southern Life said...

Beautiful dishes. Thanks for getting it together to share with us!

Christi

Cathy said...

Oh Laura!!! This is just lovely!!! I love the pink dishes...beautiful!!! Th pink glasses are the perfect companion!!! The whole try is just perfection!!! I love it!!!

Enjoy!!!
XOXO
Cathy

marty39 said...

The dishes are just gorgeous. I really love them. Such pretty pink glasses too and the tray is lovely. For the spur of the moment, you really outdid most of us. Hugs, Marty

Morning T said...

Your dishes and glasses are beautiful!! Thanks for stopping by and leaving me a comment today.

Enchanted Rose Studio said...

Laura, your table is so romantic and so beautiful! The dishes are so lovely and the pink stemware is too precious!

Thanks for sharing!

Tina

Dixie said...

that pink just calls my name... do you hear it... "Dixie... oh Dixie"...

don't you love vintage silver? there is just something so special about it...

pretty-pretty post!

Domestic Designer said...

So pretty! I love the pink. Have a great day in the yard! :-)

Jodie LeJeune said...

Well your "last minute" post is certainly not short of anything when it comes to beauty! What beautiful photos Laura...
I can only imagine someone serving me breakfast in bed on those beautiful plates, lovely lace, perfect lap tray...ooops, I was dreaming! sorry~
everything vintage

Kathleen said...

Those ARE lovely dishes! And so pretty with the pink stems..

prof en retraite said...

Hi Laura! What beautiful dishes! Love them! I'm telling my daughter...plese box up my dishes and wait 20 years. You might like them then!! lol Have a great weekend...Debbie

~ ~ Ahrisha ~ ~ said...

Those pink goblets are lovely. Didn't know Johnson Bros. made glassware. The flowered plates are really sweet. Love love flowered china. Stop by and see~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

printersdevil said...

The dishes are splendid, but I am oogling the goblets. I, so want some in that shade of pink. Very, very nice.

Liz said...

What a pretty setting!Love your pink glassware!

~Liz

Really Rainey said...

Love the pretty pink tray scape! My granddaughter was looking over my shoulder and exclaimed "oh Gramma so pretty!" It inspired us to have a tea party today...
Have a Fabulous Weekend!
~Really Rainey~

Really Rainey said...

PS I love your background wall paper on your blog a lot!

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Oh, what pretty dishes! If this is what you can put together last minute, then I think you should go into the business of tablescaping for parties! This is lovely. laurie

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