Bunnies and eggs on a Spring table.
I had three different ideas for Easter tablescapes and couldn’t decide which one to do so I am doing all three, one each week until Easter.
I have seen many table settings lately with neutral tones or gray tones. Somehow I just can’t get into doing one of those, at least not right now. When I think of Easter, I think of bright colors. As soon as I saw this tablecloth at HomeGoods a couple weeks ago, I knew the color scheme for one of my Easter tables. I have had the rabbit centerpiece for a few years, can’t remember where I bought it, same with the eggs and small bunnies candle. I bought the yellow bowl on ebay several years ago when I was collecting pottery.
The deep pink place mat (camera doesn’t show that it really matches the goblet) came from Pier 1, I have several of these in different colors. I bought most of them on sale and I found some online. The white dinner plate is one of my favorites, I love the scallops and the raised design. I bought it at Pier 1 maybe last year, the design is called Lacy. The yellow egg plate came from HomeGoods a few years ago and was made by Magenta. I have it in blue, pink, green and yellow. I love that raised design too and it works perfectly with the dinner plate. I found the napkins at HomeGoods with the tablecloth. Tucking them under the plate saves having to use a napkin ring. Handy when you don’t have one you like that will work.
I found both goblets at HomeGoods a couple years ago. They are Le Stelle crystal and were made in Italy. I like the etched design with the butterflies and flowers. How I love bargains from HomeGoods!
I bought the frosted blue flatware on sale online at Wayfair a few years ago, it is made by Cambridge. It is 18/0 so the fork tines are a bit sharper than I would like but I really liked the color. Wayfair has really good sales on flatware sometimes.
I found the place card holder at HomeGoods a few years ago. I suddenly remembered them and knew they would work well on this table.
I found this cute little bunny bowl at Hobby Lobby a few weeks ago, they have them online too. It comes in blue, yellow, pink, and something they call green which is really more of a light turquoise. Had to have a few in each color, polka dots are a great mix and match pattern.
I pulled several different things together for this table, using the tablecloth as a guide. This about as different from neutral or gray tones as you can get!