I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter weekend. We attended a Saturday night Easter Worship service with my Sister-in-law Gina and her family, participated in two worship services at our home church, spent the afternoon cooking and the evening at Gina’s home for Easter dinner.
Years ago Gina said, “Let’s have Easter at my house because it matches!” And it does! Inside and out. 🙂
Gina’s double front doors are a gorgeous chippy aqua blue.
The doors are framed by a frothy lace & burlap garland and adorned with twin rose wreaths.
Here you can see the chippy, crackling detail of the doors.
Click here to see Gina’s doors decorated for Christmas.
A hand written Irish Blessing greets you as you walk up the steps to the front door
and you’ll find hidden gems like turquoise bicycles throughout the flower beds.
Gina is extremely proud of her wisteria. This variety wrapping itself around the front porch posts is full of the most fragrant blooms but the foliage hasn’t come out yet.
The gazebo, which is around the porch to the left of the front door, is wrapped by a different wisteria variety with foliage but no blooms. Yet.
By summer, the street side of this gazebo will be completely secluded by wisteria.
Glittery, bejeweled Easter friends decked out in tutus stood at attention during dinner.
And last but not least a glimpse of Gina’s master bedroom.
She always has such a great combination and variety of linens on this bed which you practically need a step stool to climb into!
At this point, before I even had a chance to take a step into the backyard or snap more pictures of the house, the battery on my camera took it’s last breath.
But don’t worry! I’ve already made plans to go back for more pics.