How sweet are these salad plates and cups and saucers called aptly, “Dogwood” by Syracuse China.
They are also marked “Shelledge” on the back not to be confused with Syracuse China’s regular dogwood pattern.
They remind me of spring in the south!
I rarely use my granny’s (not grandma!) lace embroidered tablecloth because it’s very delicate, but I used it here, along with some crepe myrtle I picked from the yard.
I also remembered I had a peachy/pink tone set of magnolia dishes that would look good with them and added them as well for a pop of color.