It’s the first day of May and we’ve been having wonderful weather the last few weeks. This year we have actually had spring! Yeah! All too often Florida goes from winter straight into hot, humid summer with little in-between. About 10 days ago a storm blew in from across the Gulf and brought slightly cooler weather. One day with a high in the 60’s followed by 5 days with highs in the 70’s. I’ve been smiling the whole time.
Today I’m celebrating with a sunny May table with a bouquet of hydrangea and yellow tulips. I can’t really grow either of them and bought them at Publix supermarket. They have small bouquets at 3 for $12 and I went crazy for the soft colors.
My tablecloth is a thrift store find in yellow. The vase is in a rustic old wooden tray – another thrift store find. I filled the tray with small green plants and yellow lemons.
My place setting starts with a white plate and topped with a vintage salad plate with spring flowers. The last layer is a green Depression sherbet glass.
The striped napkins are in vintage goose napkin holders.
I tied white cord around the glass base and I’m done.
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