The idea for this week’s tablescape began with this vibrant floral tablecloth I found at The Summit Sampler.
For the place setting, I started with white lace doilies for placemats, layered with gold French country “Fleur de Lis” plates (One King’s Lane). The white crocheted napkins are from Horchow. I love these napkin rings because they have a little bling-these are from Maison Decor.
The silver belonged to my husband’s grandmother and is 1942 Wallace Windsor Rose.
I just love the unique design of this milk glass cake stand–what a gem I discovered at Summit Antiques.
I spotted this coordinating Fenton silver crest milk glass trinket dish at West End Garage antique shop in Cape May, NJ.
This handpainted porcelain serving platter features a whimsical Springtime pattern of butterflies-purchased at F. Gerald New in Harding, NJ.