Since we're travelling to visit family on Saturday afternoon, our "Easter breakfast" will be celebrated on Saturday morning this year. I've kept my breakfast table simple. The dishes are 100 year old French Haviland porcelain so they've got chips and nicks but that doesn't make them any less lovely in my eyes. w I've paired it with Lusterware glasses from my Grandmother and white hobnail from my mother-in-law.
Part of my collection of 1940's and 50's paper mache' candy holders.
A bit of vintage lace, a couple of porcelain bunnies, a few white tulips and daffodils from my garden, and some of my ironstone...of course!
I'll show you the Easter Dinner table tomorrow.....WHEW, THREE POSTS IN ONE DAY!?!?!?
I guess that we had a little "catching up" to do! Thanks for sticking with me!
French Country Cottage
Savvy Southern Style
Funky Junk Interiors
At The Picket Fence