Thanks to my sweet husband, my computer is up and running again. He's a "computer savvy guy", so he knows who to call when there's a problem. YAY!!
This post is long overdue, by about 2 weeks, actually, since that's been how long ago my Peonies were in bloom. I've waited for several years for them to mature and they rewarded me this year with some lovely fat, ruffled, oh-so-heavenly blooms.
They needed a special vase,
and I thought that this antique pink Depression Glass Biscuit Jar
showed them off to perfection.
I'm not really a "pastel" person, but this wonderful soft pink had me thinking of ways to show them off. My one nod to pink in decor is in my love for rosy-posies patterned vintage china, so a little impromptu garden tote filled with my mismatched pieces was the answer.
A pink plaid vintage "luncheon cloth" was the foundation.
Over the years I've collected several different pink floral patterns
of salad and dessert plates
that I just keep stacked in the Dining Room.
I also brought out two of my Heisey etched glassware goblets
for a little more lacey feminine charm.
Vintage floral embroidered tea towels serve as napkins,
with mismatched dessert silver.
In an update to the yard mess from the storm, we were able to get most of it cleaned up, but it took our Father's Day to get it all done. Lousy timing, but glad that we had that day to do it. At least I can look out on my deck now and not want to cry. I'm sure most everything will be back blooming in a week or two. Just seeing these photos makes me feel better...
I'll be joining in on these great weekly parties:
Wow Us Wednesday at Savvy Southern Style