Who doesn't love strawberries? Well, we all do, at least. But especially my niece, Alison, who visited us from Orlando this weekend. She brought her sweet daughter, Anna for a girl's weekend with my mother. Four generations of strawberry lovers!
Breakfast on our first morning was on these little plates that I got at Homegoods last summer. They had some serving pieces, too , but I contained myself.
The flatware was some very simple red handled pieces from Target, I think.
I still had a red tablecloth on the table from Valentine's Day so I just threw these apple green placemats on top and used these green depression glasses for juice.
These cute little cups with attached plates came from Michael's this month some time. They are an apple green, even though they don't photograph here too well. Perfect for strawberries, don't you think?
This centerpiece was a left over, too. I have lillies, carnations, and daisies from the grocery store in one of my favorite vases. I actually see some strawberry plants with those darling little white flower blooms in a bowl as the perfect centerpiece, but, hey, this had to do!
I brought this back from France after seeing them everywhere. Does anyone know what this application of china flowers is called?
As Anna pointed out, the pomegranate juice even played into the color scheme. A seven-year-old tablescaper in the making!
I can't forget the beginning of this whole table. Our dear friends, and our daughter's in-laws brought these to us as a hostess gift one time. Aren't they beautiful? They are the BEST!
I'm posting on Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday. Be sure to visit there for some great inspiration.