This is a peak at what I did.
My, hand painted, lazy susan was the inspiration for the white and gold color scheme.
This is the place setting...it's almost all white... except for the hint of red in the striped place mats. They were quick and easy "no sews."
A string of tiny pearls surrounds each white, "egg carton," basket.
The post on how where the idea came from and how they are made is here
I used these napkin rings as little votive holders at each place setting.
A little dab of hot glue holds the addition of pearls to glam up the ones I used for the napkin rings.
Silver plate, engraved flatware are from "Beattie's" past....she was my dear, sweet grandmother.
Mismatched pieces...just for fun.
I added a touch of ------ to the rims of the shiney, vintage, silver coasters.....a Goodwill find for under $1.
A vintage, foil, bunny rabbit is added to each setting... sure looks like chocolate, doesn't it?
Sadly, I only had three of these cuties to use.
And then my head rang a bell....I'd just do exactly what I did for my transferware plates.
You can see that project here
The centerpiece creation....ta-da!
I just LOVE "Miss Bunnie"
I used her in the centerpiece last year, too!
Glamorous pearls are so often a favorite prop to use.
I placed one more votive on top of the candle pillar, filled it with some white, shredded paper, one of the gold, foil, chocolate eggs and draped it with some more pearls.
Pearl wrapped eggs in a wire basket....
that post is here.
My vintage, Westclox clock was a surprise birthday gift from my little sister, Linda....not a day goes by that it doesn't make me think of her and her sweetness!
I like to accent the chairs to pull the look all together. Each one was adorned with a white, burlap tie, some faux roses (wish they were real) and a tiny, cloth bunny.
Well, maybe not!
You see I only had one of the bunnies, too, so...can you guess???
Yup, I faked the other three!
The finishing touch to pull the theme all together was to add a touch of spring with some glam on the chandy with some pearls
This is the hallway view.
And now that my project is done I really feel like singing...."Happy" by Pharrell!!!
Love, Hugs and Kisses,
Love, Hugs and Kisses,
and Gucci, too!
Visiting Southport, N.C? b e sure to stop by my booth @ the Northrop Antiques Mall and see what I may have there for you!
A very special "thank you" to the lovely Kathy from adelightsomelife for featuring this post on her blog!