March 18, 2010

Networking With The Ladies

Greetings Friends~ ~ ~

A new season and a new venture. I'm so excited and so ready for Spring. Please join me for a ladies luncheon as we brainstorm and put our intentions out to find the perfect connections for my new business.

What I need right now is someone who can set up a large website for me. I have a rather large list of items that this website must be programed to oversee. I'm not a computer guru but I could really use one right now. If you are one or know one please let me know. I would be thrilled if the magical person for this job would come from my list of blog friends. Thanks in advance for all your help.


Back to the table scape. I set up a table for a little luncheon. I got out the pale pink tablecloth I bought at a flea market. I love this cloth. Look at the jacquard roses woven into it. See them above the place setting. It's so soft and pretty.

I used my vintage hankies for napkins again and I'm finding that I just love this idea.
Around here they are relatively inexpensive $1.50 -$3.00 each.



This pink vintage napkin with the scalloped edge is my favorite.



I love these little clear leaf plates. I often use them for a bread plate. They are a little difficult to see on the table so I tied each one with a snippet of ribbon and placed a few candy eggs on each.



I have used two different patterns of vintage china for the place settings. Two with lavender flowers and two with pink flowers. Don't you just love mixing things up? Each tea cup is also different.


These are some closeups of the centerpiece. I used lots of small Easter pieces I have saved over the years. I love how some of you gals are using much larger pieces for your centerpieces. I must start collecting bigger pieces. I love how they make a big statement.



This little sugar bowl is one of my favorites.



These two hobnail shoes belong to Mom.
Lavender M&M's how great is that!



Antique salt & peppers.



A pretty little tea cup and a sweet set of Cambridge Blue sugar & creamer.
The creamer holds tea bags.




My Thanks to Susan for hosting this Tablescape Party at
Hop on over and see the links to many more beautiful tables.
Hope you all have a Great Weekend.
~ ~ ~Ahrisha~ ~ ~

22 comments:

Allie and Pattie said...

Ahrisha, I love this. I have used my hankies this way for years and LOVE it. I'm sending you many good wishes on your new venture.
xoxo Pattie

Mrs. P. said...

Ahrisha, this table is simply gorgeous. I love your vintage hankies...I have a few of those from my dear mother-in-law. So colorful and lovely!

Blessings!
Gail

Mimi said...

Ahrisha, beautiful spring table. I am so glad there is a use for all the vintage hankies...it is a shame to hide them away in drawers, they are just too beautiful for that.

Julie said...

beautiful just beautiful
xoxo
Julie

Sherry said...

Ahrisha, I love your little vintage hankies. I also love the little leaf plate and your different china. Such a pretty romantic table.
Win Rachael Ray bake ware at my blog.
Thanks!
Sherry

Bill said...

So pretty, Ahrisha! The little blue Cambridge Caprice sugar and creamer are my favorites of all the beautiful things you shared today. Lots of great ideas here ... thank you for the inspriation!

Warmest regards,
Bill

Angela said...

Your table looks so pretty, Ahrisha. Good luck with setting up your new business! I wish you much success!

Its So Very Cheri said...

Everything looks so pretty. I love those pink napkins.

Cheri

Beth said...

Very springy, and very pretty! Great table!

huntedtreasures said...

Ahrisha, love your table setting and I really love your silver ware just beautiful.

Ruth

A Cottage Muse said...

Love the sweet chick! Thank you for stopping by my blog! Hope to see you again!!

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

How lovely is your table setting..so glad I stopped by for a visit.
Did you find anyone to help you with your website...I know that there are friends that follow me that could help you but I have to think of who they are.
I was wondering if you would like to do a story for my new project I have going on my site. Its called Blogazine..check it out and see if your interested.
Also my giveway ends April Fools day so be sure and enter. It is a Paul Dean set of pans
thanks
Maggie

Bella said...

Hi Ahrisha,
All of your dishes are beautiful, I love the pansy napkin rings in your last tablescape & a great deal they were too!
Using hankies for napkins is a Great Idea! I have quite a few hankies floating around, I can't resist them, I'm gonna move them to my dining table... Love it!
Thanks for visiting my blog, I joined you back, I am looking forward to visiting!
Bella

Frog Hollow Farm Girl said...

Sweet greetings from Frog Hollow Farm. I absolutely love how your table looks, those antique dishes and sugar bowl are just wonderful. And the idea to use the hankies as napkins was genius -they are so, so pretty. Sorry I can't help you with your tech needs, I'm figuring things out one single item at a time. Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting so nicely on my new bedroom. That room was just added to our house 2 years ago, so it's larger than one would expect in an older home. Good luck with your blog! Ciao, Bella!

lostpastremembered said...

This is so beautifully pink... I felt more feminine just looking at it... and that's saying alot from someone who thinks of Morticia Addams as her role model!!!

sissie said...

Hello Ahrisha,
I want to thank you for leaving such a nice comment on my blog, now I know where you are and I'll be back often.
I think your luncheon tablescape is so lovely. The centerpiece with the little yellow chick is so sweet.

I'll be back to see you often.

hugs
Sissie

Sandra said...

Beautiful table; simply lovely!

Maryjane - The Beehive Cottage said...

Hello Ahrisha! Your table setting is so sweet and cheerful! Sweet touches everywhere! I love your white baffet table and dinning set! Did you paint it yourself? I want to paint my sooooooo bad!

Hugs,
Maryjane

Michelle said...

Such a pretty spring table. It makes me want to sit right down and enjoy! Good luck with your new business. I wish you lots of success!

Cathy said...

Your tablescape is beautiful, Ahrisha. Isn't it fun to bring out our spring things to get ready for Easter? Love your pretty dishes.

Good luck with your new business and I hope you find the person who can help you.

Bonnie @ House of Grace said...

Soooo SWEET! That napkin is my fav. too!!! Great job! I can learn from you. I am going to follow you!
Bonnie
http://creatingahouseofgrace.blogspot.com

BellaRosa said...

Arisha amor, I love this Spring/Easter table...it looks gorgeous...you know, I think I ave a set of those same lovely s&p shakers with the rose :) I am loving that bebe chick in your centerpiece...If I could I would try and trade that with you for some of my lil or large pieces :) I hope that your new venture is a success in every way for you amor, and if you haven't found someone yet to help you with your website, you might want to visit my dear friend Karen of My Desert Cottage blog, that is what she does and just started her own business doing exactly this...please email if you do not have her blog and I can send you her information :) Hope you have a beautiful weekend! Besos, Rose

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