With Easter this Sunday, and Mother’s Day right around the corner, there are plenty of opportunities to break out your favorite china, pick up some flowers from the market and set a gorgeous table. I’m feeling inspired by this orange and pink beauty designed by Anne Hepfer via House&Home. The fabric is Manuel Canovas’ Bengale Toile which just so happens to be the same fabric I used in the project featured in thisΒ  sneak peek. As beautiful as this table is I’m not sure I’d be able to use my beloved Bengale Toile as a tablecloth- I’d probably cry if it were stained!

Will you be doing any entertaining in the next few weeks?

19 thoughts on “LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU

  1. love this! no entertaining for me until 1-my kitchen gets started/redone and I get a new table. i hate my table!

  2. Beautiful. Easter at my parents’ this year. I’m still re-cushioning benches/chairs so we are passing the entertaining buck on over! Thanks for sharing! Love your blog!

  3. I have Fabric Store- material for Easter Brunch runner on my to do list and this would be perfect. This table setting is also giving me some other inspiration ideas!

  4. GORGEOUS!!!! I love this photo– this would make an amazing “wordless Wednesday” too. HAHA. What a scene! I’m always trying out new tablescapes and set ups so I have a few special dinners planned next month, but none will look as good as this one. Adore!

  5. I wish my table looked like this! I love the colors. Somehow, I don’t think Easter “lunch” at my grandparents will have place settings like this. And no entertaining for me for a while…

  6. Stumbled across your blog. LOVE it. This post is so up my alley. The table cloth is so killer I love it. I’d have more pinks in my house but i think it’d be a tad too girlie for the hubs πŸ™‚ thanks for sharing.

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