As we approach the season of Spring, we can see the beauty of the leaves
of green singing their songs of Spring.
Hello Dear Readers!
There are signs of Spring here and I am loving all of the
trees budding out with their beautiful shades of green.
My flower loving friends and I are presenting great flower
inspiration today with the common theme of Green.
I am presenting my Spring Green Flower Arrangement and Tablescape.
Welcome to Monday Morning Blooms!
It’s our first Monday of March and when you think March,
you think Green!…whether it be due to St. Patrick’s Day
of Leprechauns wearing their green or the greening of the
trees after a long winter’s nap.
More green inspiration of Lidy’s, Mary’s and Pam’s are
at the bottom of this post. Their links are below their
I traveled to Trader Joe’s in search of green flowers.
These are what I found and placed
in a white artichoke design container for contrast of color.
You will see some Chamomile later in this post.
I thought I would go all out with green
by choosing my vintage Jadeite….
a collection that started many years ago.
Martha Stewart made me do it!
Rather than choosing an all green napkin,
I decided to go with one that offers Spring colors.
I twirled the napkin into a rose.
Twirled?….yes, take a fork and place it in the
center of the napkin (tines down) and twirl the fork.
As you twirl the fork you will see the petals
start to form. Gather the edges and tuck the
edges (pointed folds of the napkins) under the “rose”
I feel that napkins that are of a thinner material work best.
This napkin has a thicker texture.
I chose “Cabbage” paper placements from Hester and Cook.
I love these placemats as the graphics are wonderful.
And yes, I have reused some of them in the past.
I placed a placemat under the flower arrangement..
It tied in the green wonderfully.
Birds’ nests to welcome in Spring on the table
were placed upon Portmeirion mini cake plates.
The paper placemats are quite versatile…
you can also line some side by side and form a runner.
The stemware is vintage Fostoria American.
A collection I have also started many years ago.
What’s a Spring table of green without
a cute moss covered bunny in a bed of chamomile?
It’s always a pleasure creating a tablescape
in the dining room with my favorite feature…the fireplace.
A fireplace in the dining room has always been on my wish list.
I’ve happily crossed that wish off the list! 😊
Now it is time to visit my
wonderfully talented Bloom friends!
The links to their posts are below their
most inspirational images!
Lidy 🌿 FrenchGardenHouse
Pam 🌿 Everyday Living
Mary 🌿 Home Is Where The Boat Is
And ME 🌿 Housepitality Designs
We hope you enjoyed our flower inspiration of “Green” today!
I wish you a most beautiful day!!!
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