Easy Elegance Wednesday – Spring Garden Party

I Am So Excited To Share With You Easy Elegance Wednesdays, Where We Celebrate Simple Elegant Decor. Today I Am Sharing How I created a DIY Spring Garden Party.

Spring Garden Party

Garden parties are the best. Now I know that you probably aren’t thinking about hosting any parties right now, but this might be a fun idea to do with your family. I also made both the ruffled placemat and the sage green charger. So if you are looking for a few fun crafts you might want to check out my DIY Spring Garden Party.

spring garden party table

Each place setting is set inside a metal tray. I bought these a few years ago at the Rose Bowl Flea Market. I don’t even know what they are used for, and I hadn’t seen them since I first bought them. But sure enough, I saw them last week at Round Top! 

DIY garden party for spring

As you can see in the photo above, I set a really fun table using vintage china, ball jars, succulents, flower frogs, adorable linen napkins, and square water bottles.

You can find my garden party in my blog post titled My 100 Year Old Home | Spring DIY Garden Party

I am also so excited to share with you Easy Elegance Wednesdays, where we celebrate simple elegant decor.  

 

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Today we are sharing:

 

StoneGable | How to Embellish a Nest

EEW 3-25-20 EMBELLISH A NEST StoneGable

Designthusiasm | Spring Cleaning: Under Sink Organization

under kitchen sink cabinet

Home Stories A To Z | Quarantini Lemon Lavender Martini Recipe

lemon lavender martini

My 100 Year Old Home | Spring DIY Garden Party

spring diy party

Rooms For Rent | DIY Faux Potted Plants

DIY Faux Potted Plants

Sanctuary Home Decor | Spring Front Porch Decorating

Spring_Front_Porch_Decorating

4 Responses

  1. You bring such happiness and inspiration. Thank you for being my joy…during these strange times! You are greatly appreciated!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. I love you, too, Leslie! I look forward to seeing anything you have to offer because I know I’m going to like it! I also appreciate how you stay down-to-earth with what you offer so someone like me can duplicate it!

    1. Thank you very much, I so appreciate that you feel that way and absolutely love that you are following along in my projects!

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