A Springtime Table with Cabbage Plates & Floral Egg Centerpiece

Welcome to the 393rd Tablescape Thursday!

When I visited Marie a couple of weeks ago, she had set several tables in her home in anticipation of the large family gathering she would be having for Easter. This table was set in her dining room near a tree Marie decorates for all the holidays and seasons. (View the tree HERE.)

Easter Table Setting

 

Marie used Bordallo Pinheiro cabbage plates and topped those off with a white salad plate whimsically surrounded by a decorative spring wreath. I love the big, fluffy cabbage napkin rings…so cute! Tuesday Morning recently had the cabbage plates on sale and I’ve found them in HomeGoods and TJ Max in the past.

Spring Easter Tablescape with Cabbage Plates

 

I think Marie said she found the wreaths and napkin rings in Pier 1.

Spring Easter Table Setting

 

Little egg-shaped candles sit inside a tiny cabbage leaf with a bunny crouched nearby. The centerpiece is a colorful floral arrangement surrounded by lots of sparkly eggs.

Egg Candles, Green Stemware for Easter Table Setting

 

Thanks so much to Marie for sharing this whimsical spring table for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!

Easter Table Setting

 

Looking forward to all the beautiful table settings for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!

Tablescape Thursday

 

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Comments

  1. Marie did it again. This is beautiful. I love the wreaths around the plates, and that centerpiece is so clever. She even has banners on her chairs! I want to visit Marie’s home. Thank you for sharing the table, and thank you for the linky.

  2. Susan, another beautiful table by Marie! Thanks for sharing and thanks for hosting. My WS bunny with basket is staring on my table. Hope you can stop by for a visit.

  3. I love the spring foliage surrounding the plates Susan, Marie always delights! Thanks for the fun today

  4. Thank you for sharing Marie’s beautiful Easter table.

    Thank you as well for hosting.
    Carolyn

  5. Wow she really has a designer touch! The wreaths under the plate really stepped up the look and those cabbage leaf napkin holders are the cutest! I’m sure her family looks forward to these gatherings. Thank you for sharing!

  6. More fabulous tables by Marie. So colorful, so cheerful!! Thanks again for another great Tablescape Thursday. :0)

  7. Carra Harris says:

    Susan did you know that the green glassware is from the 1940s and 50s. They were included as premiums when people purchased loose tea from companies like Tetley Teas and in Oklahoma these were issued by Griffin Wholesale Company. I have a set of nine which were my mother-in-law’s. I especially love using them at Christmas. Have a great day! Carra

    • No, didn’t know that! Wish they would do that again today, I would definitely be buying myself some tea! Oh, I can see how they would be beautiful for Christmas!

  8. Thanks so much for sharing more Easter fun at Marie’s house Susan! I’d love to hop over at sit at her table anytime 🙂

  9. Wow, those are some napkin rings! I always love her tree. And yes her spring wreaths really add to her table. So fun. Thanks for sharing and thanks for hosting.

  10. Your friend Marie sets a gorgeous table….just so beautiful

  11. Susan,

    I’ve admired and enjoyed your blog’s beautiful tablescapes for years! I feel kinda stupid asking this question, but here goes…..where do you put the food???
    Thanks 🙂
    Shelia

    • Thanks, Shelia! All my tables are too small and narrow to put the food on the table, even there wasn’t a centerpiece…unless of course you were serving lasagna or a single dish food. So I’ve always placed the food on the counter and everyone just takes a plate and helps themselves. I usually place the wine, tea or water on the sideboard nearby.

    • I should add, the table your viewing today isn’t in my home, it’s in my friend, Marie’s home…so not sure how she does the food, but I’m guessing she probably puts it on the kitchen counter or kitchen island, too.

  12. Oh my, this is a very busy table with so many wonderful dishes with such creative chargers. I love the bunny plates the most.
    Thank you for hosting dear Susan.
    Have a great day.
    FABBY

  13. Is it me?… cause I don’t see the flatware… maybe there’s no space and it’s in the food buffet, or side board?
    Fabby

  14. Wonderful tablescape, I love the wreaths between the plates and those adorable cabbage napkin rings!! So sweet! Thank you for always sharing beautiful inspiration here, and thank you for hosting!

  15. I have the same cabbage napkin rings and got them at Pier 1 this year!! I love them! Love the wreaths on the plates, adding a little “fluff” is always beautiful! In fact, I bought 2 larger candle rings today just for this use! Thanks for hosting and thanks again for sharing another of Marie’s tables!!!

  16. Linda Page says:

    Maybe the flatware is rolled up in the napkins? Beautiful table setting.

  17. Hello Susan,
    It’s been ages not joining your parties. I know, I missed so much.

    I love Marie’s works although, it is a bit too crowded. I am pretty sure this won’t work to many.

    I love the green goblets too.

  18. Wow, Susan, I love all the elements on Marie’s pretty Easter table! Such pretty wreaths and darling napkin rings; I’d love to have some of those. 🙂

    Thanks for hosting Tablescape Thursday and have a great week!

    Hugs,

    Denise

  19. I always enjoy seeing Marie’s creations, she is so talented! Great that she uses her talent for others to enjoy. In these days of minamalistic decor, it’s fun to see someone who still decorates “over the top!!” Love it! Thanks for sharing with us.

    I hope my post qualifies. Thanks for hosting, Susan!

    Katherine

  20. liz hamrick says:

    Would like to know who helps to decorate, and then take down? They really have a job, if she does this for every holiday! Surely she doesn’t do all this her self.

    • Marie has helping setting up her trees at Christmas because she does so many, but she does almost all the decorating of the trees and the house. She is the energizer bunny…wish I had half her energy! 🙂

  21. Marie definitely “has it in spades (bunnies, etc!!) franki

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