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Tuesday, April 1, 2014


Easter Tea Party

Easter Tea Party 2013

I’m sharing a review of Easter Tablescapes from the past.  If you’ve read my blog for awhile, you may know that we host 30 people for Easter dinner, so I do a lot of Easter tablescaping.

Easter Tablescape


If you want a better view of any of these tables, you can click on the photo or the year to see the full post.


Easter Breakfast Buffet

Easter Breakfast Buffet 2012

Easter Tablescape



Easter Buffet

Dessert Buffet – 2010

Easter Tablescape


Next week is the Spring tablescape challenge at Cuisine Kathleen’s.  I need to put on my thinking cap.

Easter Tablescape


Easter Tablescape


I’m soooo grateful that we’ve begun having warmer temperatures.  I’d put away my Winter clothes, but I’m afraid it would bring cold temps back (you know, like when you wash your car and then it starts raining)!  I hope your temperatures are warming up too.  Thanks for stopping in to see me.  laurie

This post is partying at  Centerpiece Wednesday at The Style Sisters and Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch.


Sarah said...

Definitely warming up here. Loved the review of your Easter tables. The rabbit toile plates are adorable!

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Laurie, love seeing all your gorgeous table settings and I love the black and white bunny toile dishes. You know me with that design. I have no doubt you will come up with a fabulous setting for the challenge.

We are warmed up too and it has been fabulous to be in the garden again.
Have a great Wednesday.

Lulu said...

30 people is quite a crowd, and how lucky for your guests to be treated to your special creativity. I'm betting they look forward to seeing what new idea you come up with each year.

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

They are all gorgeous. You always set the most beautiful tables and I love all the linens you have too. So pretty. Hugs, Marty

ellen b. said...

I love that you host 30 and always do it in style! Thanks for the reminder of Kathleen's challenge.

The Tablescaper said...

I always love to see all of the old tables. We all forget and it's great to see them again.

- Alma, The Tablescaper

Kathleen said...

Your home must be a wonderful place to celebrate Easter! You do such a great job with the tables, each one so special. You have such great "accoutrements!"
I could spend hours looking at everything!
Thanks for the shout out on the challenge! We might not be a huge party, but it is a very visiting group. I like that!

Mary@mydogsmygardenandmary said...

your tablescapes are all so beautiful and I so enjoyed seeing them. Thanks for sharing them with us.

Debbie said...

It's all in the details here, and that's my favorite thing about your tables. After I see one of yours, I always look at mine and see nothing but pockets of empty spaces. True story.

I hope to be able to join the spring challenge next week. My mom is on the mend so might even be able to help me. Well, at least she can sit in the chair and point with her cane or something.

Marigene said...

Cute tables...and I recognize the MacGregor's Garden tablecloth...that is my name for it! I hadn't thought of pairing it with tartan plates, very striking.
I just noticed the blue/yellow napkins are the same ones I have, too...guess our tastes run alike, Laurie!
Have a great week.

Judy Biggerstaff said...

Loved seeing your Easter Table Review. I always love seeing blue and white together but the rabbit plates are so cute.

Anonymous said...

Such wonderful them all.

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

Laurie my dear,
You could publish a book with all these amazing tables!!
Seriously, you are good and talented and I enjoyed them all.
Hugs friend,