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.

The pastel colored champagne flutes are from Antiques Emporia in Cape May, NJ. The candlesticks are Fenton milk glass silvercrest (from Grand Bazaar Antiques).

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.