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March 22, 2016

Spring Round-up Inspiration | DIY Flower Arranging, Recipes & Table Settings



We are hosting a couple of family parties this weekend, so I'm getting ready to set our table and think about menus.  This past nine months are the first that we've been able to host much of anything in our home.  Before, we either lived too far away or our house was just too small (or under construction) to host.  


I put together some of my favorite Spring/Easter flowers, tables and menus from the past.  I'll be back later this week with our official menus - for a dinner and a breakfast - that we're hosting.  

Tomorrow, I'll be bringing out a couple of new products that everyone has been waiting for!  They will go live tomorrow at 9am CST.   

These flowers were the beginning of arrangements I made for Joy's (Mike's Mom) birthday party.  This year we are also hosting a birthday party for her, but a smaller, more casual family dinner at our house.




I loved this table!  "Easter Egg Hunt" Table Setting


 A very simple setting - piles of eggs and bowls planted with Mini Daffodils

Using my favorite pewter bowl to create a Potted Pansy Centerpiece.



Easy Lemon Curd Layered Pound Cake with Berries and Plums.  So pretty!





My favorite Lemon Pie!  Easy, easy easy.
The famous Bunny Cake my Granny made - one of my biggest traffic sources this time of year.


































This cake is sooooo good.  Lemon Butter Cake.




Poached Salmon & Vegetables

Spring Dinner Party Menu & Table (Lobster Mac & Cheese!)

Sort of missing our little house after looking at these Linen Storage posts - but,  I promise you, they never again looked as good as they did in these photos : )

Linen Storage in our (old) little house ideas.



3 comments:

  1. Anonymous1:11 PM

    Thank you for all the fun and yummy spring inspirations. I'm wondering if there is post for the pork loin stuffed with spinach and leek recipe. I googled it and it's showing page is unavailable. Would you be willing to post that? It looks delightful and so appetizing! Thank you and Happy Spring to you!

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  2. Anonymous2:12 PM

    Willow baskets in again soon? :) Laurie lmpeck88@yahoo.com

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  3. Beautiful pictures I especially like the last one! :)

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