4.21.2014

Easter Table Setting

Today, I am sharing my Easter table setting...

I enjoy using my china.  There's just something wonderful about a nice table setting!

One thing I look for every time I shop antique stores is vintage linens/napkins.  I really like the special touch they add to my table.



Graham's Mamaw gave me a bunch of her hand-stitched items. I layered them all over the table!

I let AG and Edy set the "kid's table".  My little 'hostesses in training' did a great job!

Menu: Easter egg salad, relish tray, fruit salad, roast, potatoes, carrots, and lemon bundt cake

 Gouda was good-a!

Easter Egg salad was a hit!! It's an old family recipe so I can't share, but trust me...it's GREAT!!!  Pinterest would be all about this stuff!!!
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10 comments:

  1. Your table for Easter looks fantastic!! When we spend the holidays at my parents' house I am ALWAYS in charge of the table... Seeing what you did with yours makes me want to try something new and more exciting for the table at the next NJ holiday!

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  2. Thank you, Patricia! I appreciate your sweet words!

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  3. Thanks, Elizabeth!! I'm glad I can give you a little inspiration! I love setting a table! :)

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  4. Thanks so much, Lisa! Food just tastes better on china! :)

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  5. Oh my goodness! So beautiful!

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  6. Pam @ Simple DetailsApril 29, 2014 at 6:27 PM

    Your table setting is beautiful, Leslie! I love your vintage linens and how special that you have some that were in your husband's family! Thanks for sharing at Best of the Nest!

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  7. Thanks for stopping by, Kris! I love how a little bit of vintage adds a lot of interest! So fun!

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  8. Thanks, Pam! I am always on the look-out for vintage napkins. I just prefer fabric to paper! :) I think they add a nice touch to the table! Thanks for stopping by!

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  9. Thanks, Julie! You are so sweet. I love to host a dinner party!

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For our joy and His glory,

Leslie