Ranunculus and peonies and hypericum, plus filler.
D is in a major time crunch right now and needed to block out most of Sunday for work, which meant no trip down home for Mothers' Day. But luckily our moms were willing to drive up here and I put together a simple brunch (which ended up looking a little formal once I set the table). I love, love, love our wedding china and my dad's beautiful crystal together. We're still on the hunt for a good set of vintage silver for big gatherings, because we only have eight settings of our silverware and we never remember that's an issue until we're setting the table for a big party and suddenly start scrambling for forks.
I made these biscuits, these eggs (which I overcooked to an embarrassing degree - lesson learned) and this citrus salad. Plus coffee and bacon, of course.
What a beautiful table! I love love love peonies.ReplyDelete
That bouquet is absolutely stunning. :)))ReplyDelete
Just wanted to say I'm an architect and I always relate to your brief mentions of Dustin, whether it's long work hours or building things for the house! Love the blog, I always look forward to your posts!ReplyDelete
Oh, I feel for you! I know the job can be amazing, but it can also come with such long hours! D is taking his licensing exams right now, so things are extra fun around here. : )Delete
Would love if you'd share which pattern you chose. We looked and looked for wedding china and never settled on anything, but would still love to start collecting a fancy set and love yoursReplyDelete
It's the Wedgwood "Gilded Weave" by Vera Wang. We have the gold version and I love, love, love it.Delete