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Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Mother's Day Tablescape~Pretty In Pink

Having my MIL live with us these past 6 months has been a blessing.  We really do get along so well together.  It's also been a nice way to get to know Mr. B better as they share stories from back in the day when he was a young boy. If you are a regular reader, you know that my own mother passed away many many years ago.  It's hard each year to see others picking out cards, gifts and restaurants to show their mothers how much they love and appreciate them. With Linda here in our home this year, I decided to honor her with a pretty in pink Mother's Day Tablescape.
Mother's Day Tablescape Pretty In Pink
I started with a pastel pink tablecloth I forgot I even had. I then layered my pink Churchill transferware atop a lacy white charger from Michael's.
Mother's Day Tablescape Pretty In Pink
My favorite vintage Rogers silverplate seemed perfect to use for this tablescape. 
Mother's Day Tablescape Pretty In Pink
Goodwill napkins and pink goblets also fit the theme.  The lacy pierced napkin ring is from Bed Bath & Beyond.
Mother's Day Tablescape Pretty In Pink
The candlesticks are from Wayfair and sit on paper doiles. 
Mother's Day Tablescape Pretty In Pink
Linda loves glitz and sparkle so I had to use them for this table.
Mother's Day Tablescape Pretty In Pink
I didn't have any pink pillar candles but I had these silver ones.  I wrapped and taped some cutout scrapbook paper that I had in my stash around them. Keeping with a lacy theme too.
Mother's Day Tablescape Pretty In Pink


Mother's Day Tablescape Pretty In Pink
For the very center, I placed some faux ranunculus to my favorite white pitcher and placed it on another paper doily.
Mother's Day Tablescape Pretty In Pink
A couple of glass butter domes finish off the tablescape.
Mother's Day Tablescape Pretty In Pink


Mother's Day Tablescape Pretty In Pink

Mother's Day Tablescape Pretty In Pink


Mother's Day Tablescape Pretty In Pink
Now, we probably will go out for dinner for Mother's Day but, we can both enjoy this table until then! Happy Mother's Day Linda! And Happy Mother's Day to all of you too!
Mother's Day Tablescape Pretty In Pink
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10 comments:

  1. Love this tablescape. Of course I'm a pink girl!! Glad you have had such a great time with your MIL. I'll have both my girls and my Mom with me this Sunday! I'm so blessed.

    Linda

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  2. So pretty!! (And I LOVE those dishes!)

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  3. You always make the most beautiful tablescapes!

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  4. I have a few pieces of the red transferware, wish I had more. Your table is lovely. Those white chargers are beautiful, too. Love your choice of flowers, ranunculas are some of my faves. Your MIL is a lucky lady!
    xoKathleen

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  5. Kathe, this is such a gorgeous table - I love your transferware and those white lace chargers certainly set it off. So pretty as always. Cathy

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  6. This is the perfect tablescape for Mother's Day, Kathe! It's so soft and pretty!

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  7. Another great job. The white chargers are really beautiful.

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  8. So pretty, Kathe!
    I was also looking at your DIY Garden Art post (http://www.kathewithane.com/2013/05/garden-art.html). This is a great idea and it would be perfect for the Summer Series I’m doing in June “30 Days of Summer”. I’d love for you to consider joining us for the series! You could submit this post or even write a new one. The rules are simple:
    * Select a Date in June
    * Select a Topic related to Summer
    * Have the post written in html with pictures and emailed to Megin by due date (5 days prior to post date)
    * Link back to your own Blog
    It’s that simple! Please let me know if you’d like to join us and I’ll let you know what dates I have open.
    ~ Megin of VMG206

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  9. So feminine and pretty, Kathe. What a clever idea for the candles.

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