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March 6, 2019

Springtime Inspiration

 Welcome to our Springtime Tablescape blog-hop hosted by

My Springtime Inspiration table is focused on spring flowers!  I created a centerpiece dressed with classic spring flowers including forsythia, tulips and daffodils.  Even a couple of blue birds have been added since they are also some of the earliest signs of spring!

 A little pair of salt & pepper shakers!


 I added dark pink placemats to punch up the color a bit!

 I made rose shaped napkins to continue with my floral theme! I chose a basic all cotton tablecloth to keep it fresh and semi-casual looking.

 I used our formal china set called Yoshino.  I fell in love with this pattern because of the pretty pastel colors, flowers and the lattice edge detail.  We were married in April and this just seemed perfect for that time of year!

 I've shown these before but perhaps not quite this way.  My mother gifted me with a set of these soft pink glass plates in the 90's.  All I know is they were described as being from Germany and require hand washing.

 My Vintage stemware floral motif worked in nicely too!

 At this time of year it's still wintry up here in northern Michigan but it's still nice to think spring!  Has spring begun in your area or are you still waiting like me?

 The glass candle votives came from Hobby Lobby.  I added a little sand to help stabilize the candles.  The wood candelabra came from Pier 1 a few years ago.

 I hope you enjoyed my floral Springtime Inspiration tablescape!

Thank you for joining me and I hope you'll have a chance to visit the other bloggers listed below.
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27 comments:

  1. Liz, I love all the pretty details for your spring table from your rose napkins, floral-rimmed china, glass plates and vintage stemware! Such a pretty spray of forsythia, daffodils and tulips blooming along your candle centerpiece with your sweet bluebirds tucked in underneath. All our pear and cherry trees have bloomed and daffodils are up here in North Carolina, much too early. I’m afraid our dip back down into the 20s is going to do some damage to the budding azaleas, spirea and snowball bush. As always, it’s a treat to have a virtual seat at your table and blog hop with you. ♥

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  2. Liz, what a beautiful color pink as your springboard with your beautiful china! It looks like a coral rose, a hue I love wearing too. Your choice of flowers is so attentive to the actual timing of what see in this season, and I really appreciate that too. I can imagine the sweet sound of your crystal stems lighting clinking together, a ring like heavenly bells (♪♥♪).
    Spring is knocking here in our region. I saw forsythia blooming yesterday, and daffodils have been coming up over the past week or more. But these lingering frigid temps and dustings of snow (thankfully, not inches or feet like your region and others) are really hampering the full effects of any early blooms, and will likely pull the curtain on the full potential of their show.

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  3. Lovely, your china is stunningly beautiful. I am ready for warmer weather, it is 22 degrees here this morning. I like your color theme too!

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  4. Liz, your table is a beautiful spring welcome! Now we just need it to arrive so we can actually see those beautiful forcythia bushes bloom. I love that you used those in your centerpiece, they are always one of the first things to bloom around here, and they look beautiful paired up with your pink tulips and daffodils. Your vintage stemware is fabulous!!! Love those! Love the rose napkin treatment as well! Very pretty table💐🌸.

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  5. Forsythia, daffodils, tulips and bluebirds are the perfect announcement of spring! Your china is beautiful and the unique pink crystal plates look lovely atop your white chargers and coral placemats. I adore your etched stemware.
    Such a pretty tablescape. Hoping spring is coming your way very soon.

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  6. Liz, I am sure you are wanting to get outside in your "Spring" Garden but your pretty table is a good stand-in. I love the coral placemats and they seem to showoff your rose bud napkin. Great idea anchoring your votives with sand....sometimes their uneven little bottoms slide this way and that. ;) The eettched stemware is lovely. If it makes you feel any better, this morning us Floridians awoke to 47 degrees with promises of 68 for a high. A bit cool for down here. Last week it was 80. It is fun blog hopping with you.

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  7. Oh Liz, your centerpiece is stunning! I love the colors and elements you chose, forsythia just screams "it's Spring!" and of course the tulips...the pink glass plates are gorgeous and look beautiful with the white rose napkin on top. I love the wooden candlebra with the votives, lovely! We had warm temps last week and things are blooming, trees and daffodils, forsythia and azaleas, but we've had a deep freeze the past 2 days, 24 degrees in Alabama this morning, so I am worried about the damage that might occur...wonderful fun hopping with you!
    Jenna

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  8. Hi Liz, I hope you are dealing with the frigid temperatures in a happier manner than we are in Wisconsin. It truly is a challenging season and the snow seems to keep coming. However, your gorgeous table has made be forget all about what is outside my window. I love your candle centerpiece for your table surrounded with your pink tulips, daffodils and forsythia. Seeing this beautiful table is like truly taking in a breath of fresh Spring air. Your etched glassware and plates and a perfect match to your lovely dainty floral china. Very much a picture of Spring.......Stay warm.

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  9. I love those plates and stemware! Absolutely beautiful and so unique. I also love your napkins. I was going to try the rose but was so intimidated by the instructions, I went for a less difficult fold. :-) I like the paint on the votive holders, it ties in beautifully with your flatware! I'm excited to be a part of this group tour! Have a great day! Hugs!

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  10. Liz, what a beautiful springtime table you have created. The centerpiece with its forsythia, tulips, and daffodils says that surely spring is on its way! Your lovely china, glass plates, vintage stemware, and rose napkins are so perfect against the pink placemats. My snowball bushes are loaded with buds and our freezing temps are surely going to damage them. It is alway wonderful hopping with you!

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  11. Liz, what a beautiful table! That wooden candelabra is a stunner and how clever of you to add the sand in the globes. I got a kick out of you also adding bluebirds to your setting --- great minds think alike ha! So many pretty and interesting details to make your table special.

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  12. Very pretty. I love it all but the Hobby Lobby votive has me thinking. My daughter is planning wedding decor for a late summer wedding and I will have to check out what HL has. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  13. Hi Liz,
    Your table is so pretty. I love the coral/pink you used. Love the little blue bird salt and pepper shakers in the mix. Just adorable. Looks like the sun is shining by you too. Let's hope some of this sunshine we are getting brings in some warmer temps soon. Have a great Wednesday.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  14. Here in Mid-Michigan old man winter is still hanging on. The wooden candelabra is a lovely focal point and the bluebird salt & pepper shakers are just adorable peeking through the forsythia.

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  15. Oh Liz, your table is lovely, so elegant! Your china is beautiful and I had never seen your plates with that lovely pink glow. Your rose folded napkins are the perfect finish as are the sweet little bluebirds! Thank you so much for joining us for another tablescape blog hop!

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  16. Liz, your table is lovely. Such beautiful china and the candle holder is gorgeous. How did I miss that one? Coral and those darling little bird salt and pepper shakers look wonderful. Love your rose napkins. They are so classic and beautiful. The plate stack is so pretty. Truly a spring table.

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  17. Your china is lovely, Liz. I'm not familiar with the pattern. The centerpiece is very unique and is quite interesting. The lovely rose napkins finish a hopeful hint of Spring. We don't have snow, but we do have very cold temperatures for this time of the year for us. Hopefully we will all have Spring visit and will be as pretty as your table.

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  18. The center of your table is so beautiful with the flowers. I love that it's long and low! Beautiful china, too!

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  19. Your tablescape is beautiful Liz. I love your white chargers and your beautiful vintage stemware. Spring is on it's way. I got out today and noticed the Yoshino Cherry trees are leafing out, as are the Bradford Pear and many other trees are blooming! Spring is my favorite season :) I know you can't wait to get out in your lovely garden!

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  20. Your tablescape is a lovely breath of spring! Your centerpiece is beautiful too. I like the addition of the bird salt and pepper shakers. Pinned! hugs

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  21. Liz, this is such a beautiful tablescape to welcome spring. Your china is so pretty, and I am swooning over that delicate stemware. Your centerpiece of spring florals adorned with the sweet bluebirds is the perfect finishing touch. It has been so much fun being on this hop with you!

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  22. Liz, I love the rose plates that your mother gave you...they're so unique with the pink in the middle. Your pink placemats added the perfect pop of color. And the rose shaped napkins are such a nice touch. The bluebird salt and pepper shakers look so cute nestled in your floral centerpiece. It's been a pleasure joining you on this hop. Happy Spring!
    Rebecca @ Zucchini Sisters

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  23. Liz, you are so talented to make those rose napkins. They are a perfect focal point on your pretty wedding china. I love the pink chargers and the scrolled white dishes. The stemware is so pretty too. The bluebird salt and pepper shakers are really cute.

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  24. Your tablescape is so lovely ... I love the rose napkin fold and all the gorgeous rose stemware and plates that your mother gave you ... Hand washing is not a chore when you have such beautiful things. Your floral creation is so perfect for the coming season PLUS is give we , who ar 6 feet under snow , alittle HOPE ...Thank you for sharing your talents...Hugs

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  25. This is so soft and pretty!!!!! This table makes me long for Spring even more! When I look at these photos, Winter doesn’t seem like it’s going to be around much longer. It’s a good luck charm! 🍀 You keep producing exceptional tablescapes!!!!

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  26. Liz, your Spring tablescape is beautiful! I love the colors you used and the centerpiece is so pretty! I've enjoyed hopping with you!

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  27. I love your beautiful spring table, Liz! Those dark pink placemats and the rose napkin folds are perfect. The flowers in the center of the table are lovely. I am so happy to be part of this blog hop with you. Wishing you a wonderful spring!

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Welcome to Home and Gardening With Liz. I have combined my previous blogs “Infuse With Liz” and “Sit With Me In My Garden” into this new blog. I love interior decorating and gardening. I enjoy redefining interior spaces by moving things around and reusing decorative items already found in the home. I also enjoy creating tablescapes and an occasional crafting project. I'm so pleased you've stopped by. I invite you to follow me and I do hope you will keep coming back! Liz
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