Floral installation tablescape

Floral installation on The House That Lars Built

It’s been warm(er) and sunny(ier) here the last few days and Mother Earth is teasing us for spring. Please tell it is so! We’re craving the fresh blossoms, sweet smells, and bright colors that come in the next few months! Bring on the garden parties, you know?  We couldn’t help but dream of future dinners on these Lenox Trianna Blush dishes framed by a gorgeous floral installation. They’re perfect! Classy, elegant and the perfect shade of pink.

Floral installation tablescape

The blush and gold hues and geometric pattern of these plates, bowls, mugs, and cutlery inspired this fabulous floral installation.  We’ve been loving the “weed trend” (read more about it here) and the juxtaposition of dried and fresh florals create the perfect transition of the seasons.  Amber Dickson of Amber Reverie helped us create the installation using pink tinted plumosa fern and dried palm fronds.  Weed installation

On the table we incorporated fresh ranunculus, sweet peas, and orchids to bring it all together. They accented the tones perfectly.Pretty floral arrangement

The entire Lenox Trianna Blush collection is available at lenox.com.  Head on over to the collection and tell me which piece is your favorite!

Trianna collection for LenoxTrianna collection for Lenox

Floral installation on The House That Lars Built

Also, tell me, are you into the “weed” for beauty trend a la Mandy Moore’s Wedding? Here are a few other weed installations that we are reallllly into right now. See more here!

Weed installation

This post was sponsored by Lenox. All opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that allow Lars to create unique and inspired content for you.

Photography by Jane Merritt.

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  1. Good grief, this table setting is breathtaking! And my compliments to Lennox on their refreshing modern spin with their products. Cheers, Ardith

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