Welcome to the 708th Tablescape Thursday!
I have a delightful table to share with you today! If you live in an area where spring is dilly dallying around and taking forever to show up, I promise this table with uplift your spirits! Franki, a lovely BNOTP reader, recently shared this beautiful spring table with me that she put together for an Easter gathering. Though not part of the table, I love this darling Spring Egg Tree she created!
Franki set the most magical table for Easter this year! I love everything about it, especially those beautiful blue wine glasses!
Franki created a stunning centerpiece for her table!
I love all the flowers! She used this beautiful vintage china with a lovely floral pattern for this setting, so perfect for spring!
Regarding the beautiful vintage china Franki chose for this setting, she said, “It’s my mom’s engagement gift from dad in 1942…it’s “eggshell GEORGIAN by Homer Laughlin”…a set of 12…however, they are “seconds” as that’s all dad could afford before being “shipped off to Germany” in WWII.” What a sweet story–so many sacrifices made by the Greatest Generation! So thankful for their service!
Did you notice the adorable bunny napkin fold Franki chose for her setting? You’ll find the tutorial for making this napkin fold here: Bunny Napkin Fold.
Another view of the beautiful greenhouse centerpiece…love that greenhouse!
Franki even added a touch of spring to her biscuits! Franki said, “The flower butter on the biscuits is made from old-timey cream cheese mint molds. I used Kerrygold butter that was in the fridge overnight and they popped right out.”
Franki had several desserts on hand. I love what she did with these macarons she found in Costco. Franki said, “These are macarons from Costco, but I zhuzhed them with a dollop of frosting and an edible marzipan flower.”
Franki also served a delicious Coconut Cake saying, This Coconut Cake is made with “Coconut Cream.” You pulverize a cup of coconut and add it to a white cake mix. The coup de gras is the frosting–a Cream Cheese frosting but you add half a container of Cool Whip and blend in…fluffy & a little less sweet. The rose is artificial.” Love the eggs going around the outside! I really want to try this now, my grandsons would love this cake, as would the adults!
Thanks so much to Franki for sharing this wonderful spring table setting!
Seeing it and hearing about all these wonderful desserts has me so excited for spring and summer!
Looking forward to all the beautiful table settings linked for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!
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