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‘Once & Sweet’ Spring

I recently had the pleasure of working with my dear childhood friend Jenn Segal, chef and author behind the elegantly delectable cooking blog ‘Once Upon A Chef,’ and inspiration behind my starting Sweet Sabelle. She enlisted my help to create a floral tablescape for a luncheon where her ninety-one year old ‘Nonny’ was the guest of honor. A springy bright table was in order to reflect this spring-like weather, and pretty blooms to satisfy Nonny’s love of flowers were a must. We filled the table with a springy collection of purple and soft pink sweet peas, bright green viburnum, soft green hellebore, purple forget-me-nots, soft pink spray roses, bright yellow and cream daffodils, creamy lisianthus, soft purple hyacinth, and bright tri-colored ranunculus. She served the most amazing meal of recipes from her blog including grilled salmon, asparagus salad with chopped hard boiled egg and Dijon mustard sauce, sliced baguette with butter, radishes and sea salt and her luscious lemon squares. I was lucky enough to get to sample the asparagus salad and radish baguettes. They were out of this world delicious! They will be on my table for Easter, as well as pretty blooms just like the ones we created for Nonny.Selected flowers at the market.Unwrapping them at home.Putting the flowers in vases.The table for Nonny.Her kitchen is incredibly beautiful.We took some of the vases away, and the table works just as well.Jenn putting the finishing touches on her delicious food.
Nonny looks beautiful!

This entry was published on March 19, 2012 at 7:02 am. It’s filed under 'Once & Sweet' Spring and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

2 thoughts on “‘Once & Sweet’ Spring

  1. Luciana Oliveira on said:

    Dear!
    This post once again, brought me much joy! I loved her flowers, and amazing table decoration! I met her friend’s blog … I am delighted with the recipes and scared about the pounds that I’ll win after to make them. Thank you! I’m loving …

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