Tablescape Tuesday: Simple and Spring-y!

“And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ”
‭‭Philippians‬ ‭1:6‬ ‭

Easter is one of our favorite holidays…but it sure is a busy one!  We spent the morning with our faith family at church, and the afternoon/evening at our house with family…such a wonderful day celebrating our risen Lord!!  We had the full spread…dressing made from my Mother’s recipe, baked ham, green beans, deviled eggs, potato salad, and we topped off the evening with a lemon cheesecake…that will be making an appearance on the blog really soon!  It was a hit!  It was a big weekend, so when Monday rolled around, I decided to go simple and spring-y on our tablescape for four this week!

I love to mix greens and pinks for a springtime feel!

With my viburnum bushes blooming, I cut stems and placed in my new glass bottle vase runner!

A burlap runner with ruffles at each end pairs well with the rustic centerpiece!

Crocheted napkin rings remain a favorite!

Floral placemats with faux wood chargers and plate stack of spring-green, cream, and pink toile!



Repurposed “sundae glasses” are turned upside down to serve as candle holders!

“A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold
in a setting of silver”
Proverbs‬ ‭25‬:‭11‬

The Details:
Faux Wood Chargers/Green Dinner Plate//Churchill Pink Toile Dessert Plate/Stemware – Tuesday Morning
American Atelier  “Baroque” Salad Plate/Faux Tortoise Flatware –
Placemats/Napkins – TJ Maxx
Glass Bottle Vase Runner –  Kirklands

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  1. Beautiful Pam. Yesterday’s post was enjoyable too.Read it quickly as I have house guests. I love your viburnum and wish I had enough sun to grow it. Have a great week. Off to breakfast on the porch with grandchildren.

  2. Kim says:

    Wow. Your blooms are stunning. I love how you lined them up in bottles – and with the green ones in shorter bottles beneath. I really get jazzed about nice, neat rows! The ruffled burlap runner is also beautiful. You KNOW I’m sitting here thinking about making one. It would be very simple to do, but my list is probably too long at this point. I’ll just enjoy yours for now. Your place settings are lovely, too! I hope y’all had a wonderful Easter celebration!

    • Everyday Living says:

      Good morning, Kim! We had a wonderful Easter! My viburnum buses are loaded with blooms…so I had to use them in the little rows of bottles! Happy Wednesday!

  3. Leslie Anne Tarabella says:

    Such a pretty table, and I’m wondering if the lemon cheesecake you mentioned is like the one my grandmother made. Not really a cheescake like we know, but more of a cake that looks like a cheese wheel. I read somewhere it was popular in the North Florida, South Alabama area where I’m from. No matter what kind it is, I’m sure it’s delicious! I’ll be watching!

    • Everyday Living says:

      Thanks so much, Leslie Anne! The cheesecake is a real one…the one your grandmother made sounds really interesting! This is a really good recipe! Happy Wednesday!

  4. lulu says:

    As you may have noticed, I’m crazy for bottles filled with flowers as they are such an easy and attractive way to create a centerpiece. I suspect there are many other things we have in common!

  5. JaneEllen says:

    You have a gorgeous home, what could see of it in photos. Love, loving your table, all of it. Too much to enumerate now. It’s late here, almost 1:30 so time to hit the hay. Have lots to do if it doesn’t rain – again or snow, crazy early April weather in Grand Junction, CO area. Loved seeing your wonderful photos.,

    • Everyday Living says:

      Thanks so much for your kind and gracious words. Hopefully, spring will be on its way to Grand Junction very soon! Blessings,

    • Everyday Living says:

      Ellis, you would love the viburnums! I cut a bunch of blooms yesterday to bring indoors! Wishing you a lovely week!

  6. FABBY says:

    Beautiful Spring setting! I love, love your centerpiece in the box like a runner with the flowers. Your crochet napkin rings are awesome!
    I too love green and pink and my Spring table too is with this color combo.
    Your stack of dishes are lovely too. I’m pinning it.

    • Everyday Living says:

      Good morning Fabby,
      Thanks for your gracious comments! Yesterday was a beautiful spring day in Alabama. I cut more viburnum to bring in and enjoy their giant blooms! Wishing you a lovely Monday!

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