Welcome to the 341st Tablescape Thursday!
Thank you so much for all the wonderful suggestions, tips and recommendations regarding traveling and touring Europe. I will be rereading your comments over and over because the information you shared is invaluable! So many great suggestions!
If you have any plans for taking a trip to Europe in the future, be sure and check out all the comments on yesterday’s post titled: Wanderlust. The info share in the comments makes it a post that’s definitely worth bookmarking or pinning for future reference! Thanks again for all your wonderful tips and advice!
A Spring Easter Table Setting
Recently, Marie and I got together for a play date which usually involves lunch and a bit of shopping. After treating ourselves to lunch, we spent the afternoon antiquing and shopping some of the local stores.
Marie has been getting her home ready for Easter and she had a number of tables all set and ready. Today I’m sharing the table in the breakfast room and it’s wonderful! I love all the pretty shades of green she used to create this setting.
Cute furry bunnies welcome dinner guests at each place setting.
I think Marie told me she found the cute bunnies in Pier 1.
The large cabbage dinner plates and bunny salad plates are from HomeGoods a few years ago. I love the size of them. The ones I have are more of a luncheon size and really like this size much better.
Place mats are from Home Goods, white napkins are from Bed, Bath & Beyond and the sheer napkins sheaths are from a shoppe called, The Magnolia Room.
The beautiful, green stemware is vintage, Marie found it while antiquing.
Marie found the bunny mugs and appetizer plates in HomeGoods this year.
Marie keeps a white tree up year around in her kitchen and decorates it for all the holidays. The white makes such a great background for her spring ornaments and decorations.
A few closeups…
I think if I were one of Marie’s grandchildren, I’d have a hard time resisting the urge to sneak an ornament or toy off the tree. 🙂
So many cute, cute decorations!
Thanks so much to Marie for sharing this wonderful, whimsical Easter Spring table setting!
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