Sunday, March 15, 2015

A Happy Easter Table for One

All you can say about this week's table is that it is sweet - nothing out of the ordinary, nothing bold or glamorous - just sweet. Pat combined stuff that she found around my house and in cupboards rarely opened.
The table - the white tablecloth is covered in a layer of yellow tulle to create a very soft look.

Pat layered the egg accent plate on top of a small yellow dinner plate from Fitz & Floyd and place them both on a large white plate. The charger is simply an inexpensive lacquer charger from Michael's spray painted blue.

The white dinner plate "breaks" the strong color combination of yellow and blue a bit

I wish that I knew the pattern name of this stainless flatware - it's so pretty

We don't use these glasses enough - they are "Entree" by Noritake

Pat took a small milkglass plate and raised it to make a stand for the Easter eggs

A small frosted candle holder (without a candle) - I thought two candles on the table were enough....

Where it came from:
Yellow Tulle - from JoAnn's Fabrics
Blue Charger - Inexpensive lacquer charger on sale from Michael's spray painted with Fusion Plastic Adhesive Spray Paint
White Dinner Plate - "Everyday" by Food Network from Kohl's
Yellow Dinner Plate - "Total Color Spectrum" by Fitz & Floyd from Replacements
Egg Plate - from Pier 1 two years ago
Pink Flatware - unknown pattern from eBay
Glassware - Pink "Entrée" by Noritake (1993-1999) from Replacement
Pink Napkin - Handmade by Pat to coordinate with the flatware
Bunny Napkin Ring - from a local thrift store
Easter grass, Frosted Bunny Candle Holders, Candles, Eggs, and Garland - from Michael's
Bunny with Yellow Ribbon - from Tuesday Morning last year
White Milkglass Plate (holding the Easter eggs) - Depression glass by Hazel-Atlas Glass Co.
We will be joining Christine's "Table It!" Sunday at Rustic & Refined:

We will also be joining Susan for "Tablescape Thursday" at Between Naps on the Porch this Thursday:


  1. Wow! I'm blown away at the softness of your table, yet the colors are so vivid, too. Isn't it amazing how powder pink stands strongly yet softly in contrast to the more vibrant blue and yellow? I adore your egg plates, and all your bunnies and eggs. If your flatware comes up missing, I stole it. Love that! Thanks for sharing your pretty and enjoyable table. Blessings~
    Kim @ Curtain Queen Creates

  2. This a beautiful Easter table with all the bold colors. The pretty pink adds a lovely touch with the flatware and goblets. The layers of plates with the cute egg shape plate is a wonderful accent. Have a great week!


  3. My first thought was cute and simple. But really is very CUTE!!! That silverware is really a neat additions. Guess I better get in line as I could accidentally walk away with that silverware.


  4. I always comment on the variety of dishes the two of you possess but now I have to to have a chuckle on how many color of spray paint do you both own to keep coming up with all the colors you do. the pink flatware is by far the prettiest I have ever seen.Well done Katie.Susie

  5. Lovely table. I would be very happy sitting at it. Love the plates flatware, and glasses. The garland interwoven on the table is adorable. Have a great weekend. Valrie R.

  6. You are definitely ahead of the game with your springy Easter theme. I have several sets of flatware with colored handles and love the special touch they add.

  7. Love your sweet Easter table setting with all of the spring colors! I think your flatware is vintage Gibson Pink Champagne Pearlized Faux Mop Stainless Flatware, like this incomplete set on eBay:

  8. Pretty tablescape. I really like the pink flatware and am so glad that Cee Pluse helped with the id. The bunny napkin ring is cute too!