Welcome to my warren. The weather's bright and sunny, perfect for an outing. Don't I look familiar?
The missus pulled out the cabbage plates, oh she knows how I love to chew on those leaves!
Paired them with some fancy china, nito chargers and placed all the finery on a Matelasse tablecloth.
A table fitting for the one who just barely escaped MacGregor's garden, wouldn't you say?
Don't you want to come join us, the missus and me? I harvested some of the fruits of MacGregor's labor just for you.
We are quite a happy bunch, Ms. Sel and Mr. Poivre and myself.
Surrounded by eggs of many colors on some shaved wood Easter "grass", I am pleased to head up this fine table.
The missus made these herself. Made out of something called variegated thread and styrofoam eggs. Doesn't she know that my cousins will around on Sunday? Instructions HERE.
The menu is still up in the air... what would you like?
I think it will be carrots for me. Makes my eyesight all the better, you know.
Some high falutin' snowdrops in a pot.. Quite faux you know. But will do in a pinch.
It actually wasn't a warren of rabbits that made that mess behind the table, it was something called plumbers, a jovial sort. MacGregor would have loved those guys.. he just thought I made a mess.
Double napkins in a nito ring. Doesn't the sweet chartreuse button flower make a dashing appearance?
Thanks for dropping by. I loved your company. I wish you a blessed Easter, with enough time to reflect on the real reason we celebrate this day.
Matelasse - estate sale
Nito chargers and napkin rings - World Market
Napkins - Ralph Lauren and estate sale
Dinner plate - Bordallo Pinheiro
China plate - Granada
Flatware - Cambridge
Stemware - Made in France purchased in Santa Fe, NM
Salt n Pepper and Peter - Tuesday Morning
Please come visit Cuisine Kathleen's Let's Dish Party and Susan's party at Tablescape Thursday. I can't ait to see the finery that is set for our pleasure. I know you, too will find much joy.