I started creating this third Easter table after finding the bunny salad plates at HomeGoods this spring. I remembered the two bunny figures I have that I could use as a centerpiece along with a couple sisal ones I found at Pier 1 this month. Can’t remember where I bought the two larger bunnies, I have had them for awhile. I used to do major decorating for all holidays. I put the two taller ones on a couple of green glass cake stands I have that I bought at Pier 1 this spring.
The tablecloth either came from HomeGoods a few years ago or I bought it online at a discount tablecloth site.
HomeGoods had some really cute Easter dishes this year. As soon as one design sold out, they seemed to get even cuter ones in stock. This cute one had to come home with me and it is melamine, even better, it won’t break! The dinner plate and charger are both Bordallo Pinheiro in the Geranium pattern. I bought them a few at a time on Ebay several years ago.
The flatware is labeled SR Showroom Italy but it is called Zaffiro flatware. Not sure where I bought it. I have it in a few different colors because I love the simple design. This clear set is a favorite because it picks up whatever the color of the tablecloth is if I don’t have other flatware that matches.
I used the green goblet already twice this year in my St. Pats table and my Bee table. They are Noritake Sweet Swirl in light green. These were made between 1985 and 2005 and I found them on ebay. The clear goblet is my wedding crystal, Lismore made by Waterford. The Lismore pattern was created in 1952 and is one of Waterford’s most popular and long lived patterns.
Found the napkins at HomeGoods a few years ago. I call them the vegetable napkins because they have different vegetables on them including carrots that match the carrots the bunny is holding on the salad plates. The butterfly napkin ring was made by Mackenzie-Childs. They have the same napkin rings now but in blue tones. I loved these napkin rings as soon as I saw them and I bought a couple at a time online over several months until I had twelve. I used them on my St. Pats table this year too.
I bought the place card holder on Ebay, I found a few at a time till I had a set. It was made by Boston Warehouse.
This is actually the family Easter table this year, we will gather round after I add a couple more place settings. Hope you all have a wonderful Easter!