Easter Breakfast Tablescape
on the Front Porch
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It is no secret, I love spending time on my front porch. Today I am sharing my Easter breakfast tablescape on the Front Porch.
We will be going up to the local Bohemian Hotel for their lovely Easter brunch, but you have to feed family breakfast first. I had my daughter and granddaughters last Easter, but this year it is just hubby and I with my Mom and Dad. Our wonderful front porch furniture is all from Pier One! I have been debating getting a glass top for this table, but I think I have decided to go with it!
Napkins were doubled, either green over yellow or yellow over green and cinched with a delicate cabbage napkin ring, also from Pier One. If you want to replicate my carrot centerpiece, you can find the tutorial at How to Make a Carrot Centerpiece.
This is the meal I am using my carrot centerpiece for. If people really get hungry, there are also radishes and brussel sprouts in the arrangement, along with all of the lovely blooms.
There are so many pretty cabbage plates out there, I guess I didn’t realize what a Pier One post this was, because both my hydrangea placemats and cabbage salad plates are also from there! The embossed pink plates I have had for years, picking them up at the outlets in Reading, Pennsylvania. I really like using elements that suggest nature when styling a table out of doors. The flatware is my Pioneer Woman Cowgirl Lace with pearlized handles that comes from Walmart! I hope wherever Easter morning finds you, you are able to find joy in the significance of our day of celebration.
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