The light in the first photo isn't great, but I included it because I noticed it captured one of our cats, enjoying the spring sunshine.
The china is Lenox Windsong, now discontinued. I always use it with either off-white or pale-blue linens, but would love your suggestions about other colors to try. The photo below also shows my Lunt Belvedere silver flatware.
Here's a closer look at the cream soup bowl, my favorite piece in this pattern.
The crystal is Lenox Moonspun, with a platinum band and an etched leaf pattern to echo the leaves on the china.
Here's the host's view of the table:
I realized I had forgotten to add candles -- not needed at lunch, but a pretty addition to the table -- and napkins! My sweet in-laws gave me the candlesticks years ago.
The simple centerpiece includes white mums and alstroemeria from HEB in an urn from Southern Living at Home that I've had for several years. Here's a closer look:
Here's the bird's eye view of the table. Just ignore that slightly off-kilter soup bowl!
Thanks for visiting, and please also stop by Susan's Between Naps on the Porch to see some beautiful tablescapes.