Mother’s Day Tablescapes Revisited

As Mother’s Day approaches, I am sharing two Mother’s Day tables that I have done.  It always seems such a shame to spend so much time on beautiful tables and then they are gone so quickly.  So we are revisiting these tables today to enjoy them once again.

 

The first one is my Mother’s Day 2011 table.  Please click on the link to go directly to the original post and enjoy all Nicole’s lovely pictures.  I used my wedding china for this table.  The pattern is Shenahdoah by Noritake, which they produced from 1981 to 2008.

 

 

 

 

This lovely tablescape is the one I did for Mother’s Day 2012.  There is a special story behind this pattern, American Limoges ~ Rosalie, so be sure to click on the link and read the original post.

 

I will be celebrating, Lord willing, with my mother on this special day.  She will be having cataract surgery this week, and again in two weeks time, but it will definitely not keep her “contained” for very long.  She is turning 82 this year, and is preparing to plant her vegetable garden again this month!! I am blessed!

 

Tanya

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