My vintage corsage, and yes, it's actually a Christmas corsage but I love the pink and green combo any time of year.
Much of my Easter collection is vintage items I've picked up over the last decade. This cute little egg would have had candy inside it at one time. A vintage green depression glass parfait/desert dish holds it up just so ombre ribbon can be enjoyed.
From above... my pink carnations are STILL going strong after 3 weeks and I added additional green carnations, also from the grocery store... my green and pink cake plates really pop against the white table runner.
Tucked in the back is a tall handled, vintage green basket in which I placed a vintage honeycomb egg, pink of course, as well a large paper egg that is from World Market, not vintage but definitely vintage inspired in it's design. It looks like they are available again this year in sets of 4, perhaps a fun surprise for a special someone.
This little stack of cups isn't really just for Easter but they are one of my favorite things right now... they've been tucked away since before Christmas and I was happy to get them back out again. Love the colors although the bottom one reads a bit orange in this picture and it's more of a raspberry pink.
And above that vignette? My chalkboard made out of the original medicine cabinet door is still here but I've decided to change out what was above it to a collection of "B's" for our last name. None of these are vintage but I'm looking forward to adding to this small collection over time, something "new" to collect!
My galvanized windmill was updated by removing the little bottle brush trees and adding a couple of chalkware sheep I picked up a couple of years ago... keeping with the "farm-y" look.
And of course when I thought I was all done... I realized I had picked up a couple of books last summer at my thrift store with garden like covers, this one is Madame Butterfly and the pink and green cover is PERFECT for my table!
So looking forward to March and spring, Easter, blooms...
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