French Country Spring Table Setting

I love Spring – it is one of my favorite times of year!  This year I had so much fun at the flower market picking out flowers for this table.  

Recently I have been drawn to the color orange – I wrote about that here in my coral/persimmon inspiration post. I think it is because the orange makes blue look even better!

I love using my tulipiere.

It is such an usual vase.

The tulipiere is filled with three different colors of ranunculus and two-toned tulips.

Little sprigs of Muscari finish the look and their bright blue goes so well with the oranges and peach colors!

I took a hundred pictures. I couldn’t stop snapping.

Snap snap snap.

The pink goblets are vintage French.

The blue plate and goblet are Juliska.

I found these in the drawer and forgot I had them – oops, should have used them for the Easter table!

Oh well, this is a Spring table and let me tell you – we have *hundreds* of rabbits around here.

Jack rabbits – not the cute fluffy kind.

These rabbits have snaggle teeth and huge pointy ears – and boy can they run!

Yah… run into my garden and eat it if the fence gate is open!

Snap snap snap.

I wish the flowers would stay like this forever and not wilt.

About these tea light candle holders – they were bronze in color but we painted them years ago. I try to envision again how they look in bronze.

The table cloth goes nicely with the pinks and blues!

The table cloth is antique.  It is a Madeira table cloth.  It is made of organdy, applique, and embroidery.

Snap snap snap.

Don’t you love the blue with the orange? J’adore.

Ok maybe I should have edited this post and taken one of these photos out.

But I can’t. I love them all.

This table is perfect for the Spring – but could easily convert to a Fall table with changing of the table cloth and the candle holders!

A French Country Spring Table Setting - Table is Perfect for Tea Parties, Birthday Parties, Spring Parties, Outdoor Summer Parties.

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Blue Goblets

Pink goblets (similar)

Blue salad plates (dinner plates here)

Flatware (similar)

Candlesticks (these area similar color but are just plain)

 

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18 Comments

  1. April 13, 2017 / 12:17 pm

    What a beautifully set table! 🙂

  2. April 14, 2017 / 12:30 pm

    Your table is very pretty. Love the blue glass plates, pretty stemware and pretty flowers . The tulipiere is a wonderful piece and your tablecloth is very pretty!

  3. April 19, 2017 / 9:55 pm

    That is beautiful! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

  4. April 20, 2017 / 11:54 pm

    Very pretty! The flowers are so pretty. I love the beautiful glass plates and stemware!

  5. April 21, 2017 / 1:12 pm

    Your table is exquisite and I particularly like the tulipiere. Is it a new purchase? Would love to know where you found it.

    Carolyn/A Southerner's Notebook

    • April 22, 2017 / 6:04 am

      Well, it is new but I have had it for several years. ! It is made by Juliska but I think they may have stopped making it. It is quite the unusual vase!

    • April 27, 2017 / 4:52 pm

      Aww thanks very much Courtney for the comment and visiting! Sadly the flowers have wilted away… guess I'll have to get new ones!

  6. May 17, 2017 / 2:02 pm

    gorgeous my friend.Pinned! Loving the topiary on the side of your door too!!! I really love topiaries. xo

    • Thank you, Katherine. I LOVE topiaries too. I have started some new myrtle topiaries… it will take several years to get them where I want but I have patience!