Moodboard Mondays: Spring Entertaining

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With the impending Easter holidays just around the corner, we’ve had spring entertaining on the mind as this is a time made all the sweeter when spent with family and friends, flowers, Sunday roasts, and baskets full of chocolate.  Particularly inspired by a slightly muted vintage palette, we’re encouraging mismatched china, wrinkled linens, Robin’s egg blues, lavenders, gold accents, DIY nests, vintage whites, grays, dusty pinks, and other springtime subtleties (think birds feathers, vintage bunting, etc.).

Our spring flowers of choice include the obvious tulips, lilies, and daffodils but also pussy willow, apple blossom branches, quince branches, hyacinths, muscari, pansies, bright colored poppies, peonies, dogwood, delphinium and larkspur, and any loosely assembled arrangements that looks as though its been swept straight from the stand of a farmers market.

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Image credits (top) :spring flowers in vases marthastewart.com , vintage bunny Rip + Tan , tulips and pussy willows Frugalflower.com, bowtie 100layercake.com, peep bunting The Tortoise and the Hare

Image credits (bottom):Table 100layercake.com, Linen Easter sign potterybarn.com, macaroons in china Sugarbaker & Toad, Watercolor “Eggshells + Feathers” Trisha Hayman, dyed simple syrups A Subtle Revelry , China Plate  Sugarbaker & Toad, gold easter egg and egg cup StudioDIY.com, spring flowers in eggcups marthastewart.com, vintage hats – Josh Goleman, 100layercake.com, yellow bunting Intimateweddings on Etsy, pussy willow nest marthastewart.com

 

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