Thanksgiving at the Junction

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Spring Fever in the Junction

On Sunday March 20th at 7:20 pm Spring arrives! This was probably one the most anticipated Springs in many years as it has been a hard winter in most of the country. The snow, cold and now flodding in a large portion of my state has taken it's toll on even the most patient of personalities. 
There is no better time than now to bring in the spirit of renewal and set a table with the colors of the season. When I think of spring, I think of the beautiful yellows of daffodils and the pinks of primrose. Lucky for me, my local grocery had the same thing in mind and had boxes upon boxes of these flowers to help me get my spring on!

Welcome to ....

Spring Fever in the Junction

Nothing says Spring like Daffodils!

Or a tablescape
 dressed in the colors of Spring

I just loved the happy florals
 on this dish pattern

This sweet little sherbet glass in pink
was just the thing I needed.
An Annapolis GW find.

My pink and green paisley napkins
bring on the spirit of the season

A closeup of the Dragonfly napkin rings

A view of the entire stack

This pattern just makes me smile!

I could not resist
another close up of the setting

Let's not forget the accents

The Fitz and Floyd Froggy cache pot

The luscious leaves and petals of the Primrose

Thanks for stopping by.
I always value our little visits.
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  1. Wonderful spring table...the plates are so pretty. I think spring is on it's way, finally!

  2. A beautiful table, lovin' your pretty flowered plates and pink sherbet-enjoy:@)

  3. What a beautiful table. Love the plates and the pink Depression glass! Great napkin too. Thanks for being a part of Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

  4. Love it! this table just screams SPRING! Could you tell me a little bit about your top plates? I'm pretty sure I have a set of 6 or 8 of those exact ones! I just love them. I'm going to go dig them out to see if they are the same. I found them at a neighborhood yard sale in a Chicago suburb. I love your layered dishes. And where did you find such pretty springy napkins? I am sorry to have so many questions!

  5. What a wonderful spring table to usher in the season. Those floral dishes make me smile! They are perfect for the season. Your layers, the textiles, and the potted plants all say Welcome Spring. ~ Sarah

  6. That just sings Spring! Such beautiful dishes and napkins! Love those flowers, bring them on!!!
    Lovely, lovely table!

  7. Your table is as pretty as spring is! Love the napkins, sherbets and the green candleholders too! Very pretty.

  8. Well, this is absolutely luscious! I adore it. You made just the perfect choices for each element. Thank you for sharing your lovely design. Cherry Kay

  9. This is just screaming with spring! I love the colors. It would make for a beautiful Easter luncheon!

  10. This is such a happy and beautiful table. I love those pink and green napkins.

  11. Wow pink and yellow! What a pretty combination. Love your table.


  12. Beautiful! Love your floral dishes and the daffodils go perfect with them and yes, it's so springie! The sherbets in pink are so pretty, the shape of lotus flower I just love! Great and happy tablescape.
    Happy Spring.

  13. Spring is here right on your table!!! Just beautiful! All of the yellow is so gorgeous!

  14. Oh I adore your daffodil tablescape~ swoon!

    I am currently hosting an auction of vintage and antique linen treasures on my blog. Stop by and take a peek.

    Have a wonderful weekend.

  15. Oh what a pretty "Spring has sprung!" table. Love all these colors. Those plates would be sure to put a smile on my face too.

  16. A very pretty table. Thanks for visiting Linderhof.

  17. oh what a beautiful table and such beautiful dishes, I just love your dishes. They are so dainty and lady like. They go so perfectly with your table cloth. It's a very sweet and refreshing tablescape. BTW, thanks for coming over and checking out mine too.