Ah, a lazy summer Saturday morning! We took advantage of this for a long, unhurried breakfast together.
Last week when I pulled out my sunflower placemats to use for a dinner party, I spied these daisy placemats from Homegoods. I got them last year, but I think they still have them. They are even available as a runner, if I recall.
I used a white hotel linen topper from a restaurant supply house with a yellow ribbed runner from Pottery Barn.
The flowers were just a bunch of Kroger daisies
plunked arranged in an apple green pottery urn.
Just for a little zip, I chose this flatware from Target and used it with yellow LuRay china stacked with our everyday white no-name dishes. To see the other colors of LuRay, check out this post here.
These sunshine yellow napkins with rickrack edges came from Pier One and I embellished them with these sweet little daisy buttons.
This fabulous booth full of buttons was at Scott's Antique Market a few months ago. I'm sorry that I've lost her contact info. If you know who this is, email me and I'll edit this post. Doesn't it look like a candy shop? Well, that's just what I was like....a kid in a candy shop. I bought so many buttons and findings.
These acrylic glasses are from Bobby Flay's line at Kohl's.
Makes a fun, cheerful placesetting.
These metal daisy votives can be used for jam!
It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood!
We considered golf, but decided it was too hot. We went to Verizon for new phones instead.
This photo is not contrived. I swear these petals fell this way au naturel. It reminds me of "He loves me, he loves me not".
Well......he loves me!!!!!! We'll be celebrating 42 years of marriage tomorrow.
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