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Friday, May 12, 2017

I jumped on the Succulent Bandwagon!

Succulents are so popular now.
So of course I jumped in and did a Succulent Tablescape.
The only succulent plant I was familiar with before this past year or so, when they got so popular, was chicks and hens.  We used to have those lining our garden bed when I was little.
Now there are so many varieties available.
I think the second one in on this side of the tray looks like Shrek's ears!
I found these galvanized lanterns, very reasonably priced.  I may plant some of the succulents in a pot and put them in these lanterns instead of the candles I have here.  I don't think the succulent plants will last long in this galvanized tray because there is no drainage.  

There are a mix of fake and real succulents here. I have seen some bad artificial succulents out there, but I didn't think that these little pots on the place setting looked too fake!

Are you all sick of my green polka dot napkins?!  I have been using them a lot lately.
It's funny, they were one of the cheapest sets of napkins I have bought, but probably the most used.

Thanks for stopping by!
Happy Mother's Day to all of you wonderful Mom's out there!!
Ann

I will be linking up at Tablescape Thursday @ Between Naps On the Porch
Foodie Friday and Everything Else @ Rattlebridge Farm
Inspiration Gallery @ Design, Dining + Diapers
Wow Us Wednesday @ Savvy Southern Style
Dishing It & Digging It @ Life and Linda
Monday Social @ Let's Add Sprinkles

2 comments:

  1. When I was in college my mother fell in love with succulents, and I thought they were just awful~ I have been slow to jump on the band wagon myself, but I really love how you used them on your table, really attractive! You might be changing my mind!
    Jenna

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  2. Hens and chicks are a childhood memory of mine. One Easter a few years ago, I used them as a theme for my centerpiece. I planted a silver basket with hens and chicks and a few other succulents and then added some hen and chick figures. It turned out pretty cute! That said, I'm not a big fan of succulents. We have some, but I prefer softer plants. Your display makes a cute centerpiece.

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