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Bearded Iris pattern "pays tribute to the bright, colorful, beards in our artists' drawings of flowers from our gardens."
Aalsmeer pattern is named for the place "where
King Ferry pattern "is a grid of fields and flowers
Myrtle pattern is named for a "Belfast lass who
Madison pattern for the "Indiana, smokestack,
where Victoria finished growing up with
Southern belles and pet pigs."
the trellised gardens, decked out delphinium blue and yellow."
carrot tin container as a simple centerpiece.
Hand painted napkins in pinks and greens
To visit Mary's gorgeous Tulip d'Or table click here.
with a guest for the evening's party favor.
A yellow Kalanchoe plant offered the
Heather pattern is named after founders' Victoria and Richard's daughter "who always reminded them to appreciate the purity, grace, and playful perfection of the child in us all."
Parmesan crisp are served in a Heather pattern
Aalsmeer pattern is named for "Aalsmeer in North Holland which is known as the flower capital of the world. A beautiful spot to visit, tulips in vivid colors and varieties are precious commodities packed in boxes and carried home as gifts.
chicken, julienned carrots, and
a blend of mint, basil, cilantro, and scallions.
For dessert ~ carrot cake cupcakes, of course!
The cute carrot cupcake toppers
Keukenhof pattern is named for "gardens that fill the space beyond the spiral paths, with dots of Dutch flowers everywhere."
Iced pretzels, served in a Keukenhof bowl,
offer a sweet/salty taste.
My MacKenzie-Childs Spring Catalog
Inside the catalog is a special insert
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For one month, April 17 - May 14, 2017,
"each piece will be custom made and shipped in about 60 days."