Spring Flowers Blue and White Garden Table: Vintage Easter Joys Blog Hop


Happy Tuesday, Friends and welcome to the Vintage Easter Joys Blog Hop! A big thanks to gracious Amber at Follow the Yellow Brick Home, for gathering some of our favorite blogger friends to share vintage Easter inspiration today and tomorrow. That's not all--on Friday you'll be able to link your favorite Easter projects and decor! 


spring flowers blue and white garden table


It's beginning to look like spring in my Texas hill country garden, Secret Garden Herbs. Mountain Laurel is blooming...


Mountain Laurel at Secret Garden Herbs



...and so are my Lady Banks miniature roses.



Lady Banks Roses Secret Garden Herbs


Indoors earlier this month, I shared tutorials for these blooming peony placemats


DIY dollar store peony placemats


15 minute floral garland, and 



15 minute dollar store flower garland


my spring home tour, featuring a blush and jadeite tablescape. 


blush and jadeite spring tablescape


Today we're heading outside to the garden, where I've layered a few of my thrifted vintage white tablecloths in a sun-dappled spot surrounded by the lush greenery of honeysuckle vines. 


spring flowers blue and white garden table


I've been excited to feature these gorgeous vintage Spode Sunflower plates I scored during my thrifting adventures last month. When I spied them at the end of the aisle, I made a beeline and was thrilled to find them in perfect condition. Dishaholic that I am, I love discovering a pattern I haven't seen before, and these from Spode's Blue Room Collection were new to me. 


thrifted Spode Sunflower Blue Room Colleciton


I shopped my home for the rest of the tablescape, choosing vintage Fire-King tea cups, copper handled flatware and natural woven placemats for texture. The lace napkins and vintage chicks are also thrift store finds. 


spring flowers blue and white garden table


Next I shopped my garden, adding fresh rosemary to my bunny vase and tiny pots of violas that I gave an aged patina with white chalk paint.


spring flowers blue and white garden table


I really enjoy setting a table out in the garden surrounded by nature. The crisp blue and white is a lovely contrast to the surrounding greenery. 


spring flowers blue and white garden table
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Spring flowers blue and white garden table


A spring garden is the perfect illustration of new life and while I've shared a fun assortment of chicks, bunnies and blooms this month ...


spring flowers blue and white garden table


...celebrating the Risen Cross is my true Easter Joy! He is risen! 


He is Risen! Vintage Joys Blog Hop


Thanks so much for dropping by today! I hope you'll hop over to visit Debra at Common Ground.  I know you'll enjoy her charming style! Below is the rest of the line up for today and tomorrow. Enjoy and remember to come back Friday for the link party! 

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16 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous tablescape. I adore the vintage chicks. They are so sweet. Your Lady Banks roses are just wonderful. Happy Holy Week!

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  2. Those dishes are so special! Just gorgeous with the sunflower and shades of blue...two of my favorite things.

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  3. Absolutely beautiful! I can't wait for spring to be that advanced here in Ohio. So thankful that He is Risen!

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  4. This is adorable, Cecilia! Love the blue and white with all the beautiful green of your garden surrounding it! So nice to see someone else's yard with something other than snow! Pinned!

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  5. Cecilia, how fun to be out in your garden today! I have never seen that pattern before, and it sure is lovely. Perfectly paired with touches of yellow. Won't be long till I'll have flowers blooming and can spend time in the garden doing other things besides spring clean up. :)
    hugs,
    Jann

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  6. Your table is so lovely, Cecilia...I love the Spode plates! The little chicks are so cute!

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  7. Absolutely gorgeous Cecilia... I love all the lovely spring colors!

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  8. Cecilia, I grew up in Texas and so miss Spring there! Thank you for bringing it back! I can just smell the honeysuckle around your table! I love the blue Spode. It is a new pattern to me too and its beautiful! ~ Kristin from White Arrows Home

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  9. I'm in love with those amazing Spode dishes, the sunflowers make a gorgeous tablescape! Beautiful cross with the Banner, and all your wonderful Spring Garden decor!

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  10. I love all of the beautiful flowers, the little chicks and those fantastic blue plates! Angelina @ Petite Haus

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  11. Beautiful table with those wonderful Spode dishes. Everything looks lovely.

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  12. Cecilia

    From one flower lover to another, Beautiful!

    Debby
    Debbygoesshabby.blogspot.com

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  13. Cecilia, to say I'm a little jealous of your ability to have an outdoor tablescape this early in the season, and to have scored those sunflower plates is an understatement! Your vintage charm (😉) is oozing, both in your tabke now and in recent posts. It's always a pleasure to visit friends with like interests, but to share this blog tour with you is a special Easter Joy for me.

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  14. Love that tablescape! Everything looks so nice. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  15. Oh my goodness, those Spode dishes are outstanding. Has this red girl dreaming of blue!

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  16. I bet evem leftovers would taste gorgeous eaten in your beautiful setting! I was envying you the greenery as we still have lots of snowbanks. The only thing that thinks it's mud season is the driveway! I bought an Easter lily that should bloom by Sunday to bring to church! Happy Easter!

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