Friday, September 3, 2010

Pink Hydrangea in White Ironstone







These faded pink hydrangeas look just right in my old ironstone.
Beautiful late summer gifts!

Hoping you are off to a good start this holiday weekend!

I have thrifted my way back up to the lake again and will share some of my finds with you this week.

Take care! :)

34 comments:

Julie@beingRUBY said...

There beautiful Laura.. such a lovely tone...

Have a wonderful holiday weekend.. xxx Julie

DustyLu said...

I love it Laura! Perfect! Have a great weekend! ~lulu

Angie@Echoes of Laughter said...

Love pink hydragea and white together! So pretty & romantic! Angie xo

Robyn said...

Gorgeous! FUNNY, I also have the fading pink hydrangeas in my post but they are in the background. I love the soft sweet color.

paperbird said...

this is the lovliest combination- so pretty. Your ironstone has the prettiest patina to them.

Jamie said...

Have a wonderful weekend.

Sweet as June said...

simply pretty.

Sares said...

The pink hydrangeas are my favorites! I recently bought an ironstone gravyboat? like the one you have. Can you tell me anything about it, like how old it is or how much it's worth? Just curious. I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

* French at Heart * said...

~*~Just BEAUTIFUL~*~have a lovely weekend!~*~

Sarah said...

Faded pink hydrangeas and white ironstone make my heart sing. Oh, what a lovely, lovely post for Pink Saturday. ~ Sarah

Knicky Knacks said...

Beautiful images and those hydrangeas are just spectacular. No hydrangeas here at the moment as we enter our 3rd day of spring. Must say though, the pink blossoms that line our street are just beautiful. Have a wonderful weekend.

"Een sneller kloppend hart ♥" said...

This is a perfect combination, I love these pictures!

Regards, Veronique

Anja said...

Very beautiful flowers indeed. Love how you made it simple yet stylish. Have a nice weekend, Anja

Diane said...

Lovely, Lauren. And these are flowers that dry so prettily and softly.
Hugs, Diane

Bonjade said...

Oh love it again your wonderful pictures....
Hope you find lots of nice treasures.
Fine weekend
Hug

Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

I love hydrangeas and this is my favorite shade! The ironstone is just perfect for them.
Hugs,
Julia

gail said...

I love the way the worn hue of the ironstone blends with the pink hydrangea....beautiful!
gail

rustandruffles said...

Hi Laura,
Love your pink hydrangeas...mine are tooo blue this year!
Happy day!
xojanis

Jane, Naples, Florida said...

Oh how perfect!

Jane
Flora Doora

Zita - Mlle Magpie said...

Just gorgeous, Laura. Happy long weekend to you, my dear.

It's me said...

Owww Laura...beautiful...............happy weekend darling enjoy....love and hugs from me.....

Mayflower said...

Ohhhh.....how nice, we have the same post about the beautiful Hydrangea, they look so lovely in the ironstone Laura.
The coffeecan in my post is white, it is an old one from my grandparents.
But I share the love for blue, specialy lightblue.
Have a nive trip to the lake.
Warm wishes, Mea

All Seasons said...

Hydragea, they are so beautiful, I like the little flowers, so sweet. Take a look on my blog, I have make some photo's from Hydragea too.
Have a nice evening
Hugs
Patricia

Gina at Vintage Junk in My Trunk said...

What lovely photos! Two of my favorite things -- ironstone and hydrangea! Enjoy this great holiday weekend weather!

Jackie said...

lovely, lovely, lovely...
jackie
bliss farm antiques

La Doña Jenny said...

Nice - watch out Martha Stewart!

Jenny
Ladonaboutique

G-style said...

Hi Laura, thank you for your visit and all the compliments , I'm very pleased with it ...

I love the hydrangeas, I think they are just beautiful right now .
The colours are wonderful indeed in the white ironstone, wonderful items you have !

Wish you a very nice weekend and till next time, big hug from Gea

Theresa said...

Gorgeous pink hydrangeas! I only have BLUE! Have a blessed day and a restful time at the lake! HUGS!

trash talk said...

I wish I could age as beautifully as hydrangeas...Sigh!
Debbie

julie miller said...

Hello Laura, Two words come to mind ~ simple and gorgeous!! Happy days, Julie

Dagmar said...

Just beautiful, the flowers, the layout and the header, it creates so a peaceful feeling. Lovely.
Ox

Mitzi Curi said...

I love hydrangeas so much that I'm temped to sneak out of my house at night with a pair of clippers and find some in our neighborhood....(just kidding). I have to remember next spring to try planting a couple hydrangea bushes in my garden and give growing them a try.

sylvia said...

thank you fo your comment and sorry for not commenting from my side so often...I 've been too busy lately, bur your pictures give so much inspiration...I love your aunt Nancy post, and the flowers...and...I love it all!!

latebloomerbuds said...

Your site is so welcoming, warm and sweet. Got the link from Charmaine at Fairchildstreet, who sings your praises. Have just met her through our blogging e-course. All the best, Margie