Tablescapes, Have your Centerpiece & eat it too!

 

 

 

With nothing particular in mind, I hit the produce dept of my regular grocery store and loaded my cart with favorites and freshest…

 

 

Fat rosy radishes, a giant cabbage, a big artichoke, parsley, asparagus, bright orange carrots, along with simple white tulips, orange tipped spray roses, and a pot of mint

 

 

A ruffled garden cloth, cabbage leaf mats and a carrot basket

 

 

A simple asparagus fashioned vase

 

 

Let the fun begin!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now eat your veggies!

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I bought the cabbage & carrot pitcher on Wayfair.com last year, it is no longer available but they do have some other options  carrot pitchers here

pig with radish plates/Homegoods last year

everything else I’ve had for a while

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20 Responses to “Tablescapes, Have your Centerpiece & eat it too!”
  1. Well how creative is all this- a true feast for the eyes! I like how the parsley looks mixed with the other veges! I was thinking how my daughter’s bunny would have a field day on that table! Love the asparagus wrapped vase with the orange roses and the adorable cabbage leaf pitcher.

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  2. How lush! I don’t think I’ve ever seen radishes so big, Jenna. You have some great ideas there/

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    • I know I was amazed at the difference a few weeks make in the produce dept., 3 weeks ago I couldn’t find an artichoke anywhere, and now they are huge, and I agree, I’ve never seen such big radishes!

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  3. Oh Jenna, how I love your edible centerpiece. I have been thinking about making asparagus vases for fresh flowers. I agree with Rita, the radishes are huge! You are so inspiring with all of your talent! Happy Thursday!

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  4. Mary says:

    My favorite kind of centerpiece Jenna, one you can eat! Love the bounty of veggies and textures, your asparagus vases are perfect for spring!

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  5. Awesome Jenna! Love how fresh this tablescape is and so clever too!

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  6. It’s so magical! I love the use of the lettuce and the sweet bunny. So pretty!

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  7. So cute! If you set your asparagus vase in a saucer of water, the asparagus will stay fresh too. I usually cut off the bottom half inch and store them in mason jars with water in the frig. Very interesting centerpiece!

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  8. Belle Bleu Interiors says:

    Jenna, your table arrangements are beautiful! I love those cute little piggy plate…so adorable. I hope that you enjoy your day, sweet friend!!!

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  9. Jodi says:

    BEAUTiful!!!

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  10. Very springy indeed! Love the piggy plate:@)

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  11. Clever and adorable. Perfect centerpiece for this time of year. I especially like the asparagus lining the vase of flowers with a ribbon wrapped around it.

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  12. Leslie Anne Tarabella says:

    I love using things like this for a centerpiece. Pretty and practical. Just like us! Hahaha! I can’t believe I love Easter so much and haven’t yet put out the first decoration. I need to get busy this weekend. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  13. Kim says:

    This is wonderful, Jenna. I spy a couple of things I’ll be using in a tablescape very soon. I hope I can do it as much justice as you did! 🙂

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  14. Karen says:

    I love, love, love this tablescape…especially the asparagus vase. Pinning, thanks so much for sharing your creative ideas.

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