Was it really only two weeks ago that I celebrated the snow with a tablescape? This weekend, the weather was so nice that we cooked burgers on the grill, so I set a table to celebrate the warm sunshine.
I picked the brightest tablecloth that I have and began each place setting with woven rattan chargers. Our dinner plates were Susan Williams-Ellis Botanic Garden.
We used my pastel striped flatware.
I secured bright yellow, flower-strewn napkins with butterfly napkin rings.
It was time to bring out the bumble bee water stems and the flower-sprinkled wine stems.
Last week, I bought a grocery store bouquet for my St. Patrick's table. There was still enough life left in the flowers to stick them in painted clay pots for this table. The flower pots are anchored with Pier 1 "Audrey" saucers.
A flower-bordered platter on top of a lazy susan provided a place for the ramekins I used for condiments for the burgers.
Pickles and onions were served from Pier 1 Audrey bowls.
These great Sunflower salt and pepper were a giveaway prize I won last year from Candy at Plum Creek Place.
As you can see, I will celebrate anything. We've had snow and a lot of rain all month, so the sun and warmer temps really were a cause for celebration. Thank you for coming to celebrate it with me.
This post is partying with the Centerpiece Wednesday at The Style Sisters and Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch