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It may be a surprise to no one but my inspiration for the wedding decor will be a lot of blue and white. Lots of ginger jars and chinoiserie and a lot of white, blue or pink flowers (tbd). Here is what I'm thinking: (image) (all images should be linked back to their source) Because our wedding festivities are spread over a couple days, I wanted to find decor that would theme well with each place we hosted. It's no surprise if you've been around me for two seconds that I'm a lover of all things blue and white. I have been for years and that wont stop for my wedding. I just love the classic and "me" look to it. It makes me comfortable and happy at the end of the day it's our wedding so that's all we want. Andrew has been great with the decor because he's in for whatever I want. I run a lot of things past him but overall he loves the blue and white look too (I guess this is much better than pink everything). Really it will just be ginger jars and vases everywhere. The only issue is getting the items to the island. There aren't any places (that I know of at least) that rent these out on the island so I'm really supplying my own for the wedding. While it's cost effective, since I'll just bring the ones I have at home, it makes for a semi stressful time thinking about how we're going to fit them all into the car on the drive up. While I have an overall idea of how I want the ceremony to look (that's what I'm focusing on for decor and whatever we have for that we'll make use for the other nights) I don't know exact items or layout of everything. That's on my to-do list! Really planning out what size vases and jars I'll need and where they will go. We're getting married at a house on the island so it'll be about decorating the backyard for that: where we'll be standing, the pool area, where our guests will be and of course our table! We'll do a tablescape post another day but I need to make the decision of using the same jars that we'll have outside on/around the table or if that will be a whole other set of items we'll need in addition to what's outside! Just more things to think about. So that's that! Would love any fun tips or advice you guys may have on it all!
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My Easter tablescape features an egg wreath that is now a centerpiece, my Noritake Azalea China and some Fitz and Floyd Easter pieces. I bought the egg wreath a few years ago and even though it has a hanger on the back, I always felt it was too heavy for the door. I like it on the table and think it makes a great centerpiece. It is sitting on a cake stand with the pink pillar candle. I love my Azalea China. It has been in my family for three generations and will get passed on to my daughter then to her children to make five generations owning it. The collection started with my Grandmother who bought pieces from the Larkin Company using premiums from laundry detergent in the 1930s. I remember eating chicken and dumplings and home-made rolls on the China. She was such a cook!! The Fitz and Floyd rabbits in the picture below are from the Woodland Spring Collection. I'll show you more pieces in another post. The rabbit teapot and salt and pepper shakers below are Fitz and Floyd Botanical Collection. They are such delicate pieces, I try to be so careful with their ears. I like how my table looks so symmetrical in the shot below. (I saw someone take a shot like this one and was impressed so I want to give it a try.) I owe a special "thank you" to my good friend JoAnn over at Jo's This and That for making the pink tablerunner and napkins. I found the fabric close to 30 years ago, put it away and kind of forgot about it. Then one Sunday a few weeks ago, I started thinking about the fabric and thought how stunning it would look with my Azalea dishes but had no clue where it might be since I have moved several times. Well, I found it in a closet in perfect condition. I knew Jo had a serger that could make a nice edge. I mailed Jo the fabric and she was so sweet to make the runner and napkins. My husband bought the Wm. Rogers and Son Gold Plated Enchanted Rose Flatware set one Saturday when we were living in Cape Girardeau. He came home from a little shop and surprised me with the set. Such a sweetie!! The pink stemware is Fostoria Heritage. You can see the Azalea cake plate in the lower left corner of the image above. It is such a pretty piece. I have many other pieces of the Azalea so maybe another post sometime will give me a chance to share them with you. Thanks for stopping by to see my Eggs On Top - Judy. Linking to: Debbie at ReFresh ReStyle for her Tablescape Party on March 15 Shirley at Housepitality Designs for her Tablescape Party on March 16 Marty at A Stroll Thru Life for Tabletop Tuesday Kim at Savvy Southern Style for Wow Us Wednesdays Judy at DIY by Design for Winter Blues Wednesday Danette at The Shady Porch for Rock and Share Wednesday Style Sisters for Centerpiece Wednesday Cuisine Kathleen for Let's Dish Sherry at No Minimalist Here for the Open House Party on Thursday Susan at Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday Kristen’s Creations for Share Your Creations on Thursday Thrifty Groove on 1st Thursday Honey at 2805 for Potpourri Friday Common Ground for Monday Marketplace The House in the Roses for Show Off Your Cottage Monday Mary at Boogieboard Cottage for Masterpiece Monday Honey at 2805 for Potpourri Friday Becca at Home is Where My Story Begins for Home and Family Friday Heather and Vanessa at At the Picket Fence for Inspiration Friday Debra at Common Ground for Vintage Inspiration Friday Sherry at The Charm of Home for Home Sweet Home Friday Rachelle at Fingerprints on the Fridge for Feature Yourself Friday Jen at Tatertots and Jello for the Weekend Wrap-up Party Sharing at How Sweet the Sound for Pink Saturday The Tablescaper for Seasonal Sundays Mrs. Fox's Sweets: Bunny Hop
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