Welcome to the 346th Tablescape Thursday!
Elena put together the most adorable table for Easter this year. Though perfect for Easter, this tablescape would be great anytime during the spring and summer months.
In her email, Elena said, “It all started with Williams Sonoma blue damask bunny plates that absolutely stole my heart.”
Elena added, “I loved the bunny plates so much that I bought the matching tablecloth. Aren’t the bunnies along the border just adorable?”
Yes, they are! I would not have been able to resist the tablecloth either! Sooo cute!
I love how the bunnies appear randomly around the tablecloth. Some appear to be peeking up over the edge! 🙂 All the plates capture the sweet bunnies in different poses.
Elena found these cute bunny ear napkin rings in Williams Sonoma.
You’ll find a tutorial for making bunny ear napkin rings here: DIY Burlap Bunny Ear Napkin Rings
The lace chargers are by Arte Italica and were made in Italy. The blue crystal stemware is by Waterford.
The expressions on the bunnies faces are so cute! Who could resist these darling faces!
Elena made the glitter placecard holders using wooden eggs from Michaels. Love those! The porcelain bunny in the background is by Lenox.
This sweet bunny is also by Lenox.
Elena also decorated her sideboard for Easter.
This cute bunny pulling a load of Easter eggs is a Fitz and Floyd piece. Fitz and Floyd makes some of the most beautiful pieces!
Thanks so much to Elena for sharing this delightful table setting along with all her beautiful spring Easter decorations! Loved it so much!
–blue Damask bunny plates, this year from Williams Sonoma
–matching Blue Damask tablecloth, this year from Williams Sonoma
–pale blue organza napkin sheaths from AlwaysElegant on Ebay
–white damask napkins by Waterford, from Home Goods
–burlap bunny ear napkin holders by Williams Sonoma
–large golden burlap long-ear rabbit figurines–Pier One this year
–small pastel blue and peak egg glass votive holders–Pier One
–Cream lace charger plates–from Arte Italica (made in Italy)
–Michelangelo flatware by Oneida
–Pale blue crystal goblets are Marquis by Waterford (from Evine/ShopHQ)
–crystal pillar candle holders by Waterford (from Evine/ShopHQ)
–Carved pink pillar candles from Ikea
–Egg place card holders made using wooden eggs from Michaels. The eggs came already flattened on the bottom. I had my husband saw through a shallow groove on the top of each egg (to hold the card) and then I sprayed the eggs with Krylon gold glitter blast spray paint.
–Pale porcelain easter bunny figurines by Lenox (from last year)
–tiny white kissing bunnies from Pier One (this year)
–White rabbits holding glass votive candle holders–from Pier One (this year)
–Buffet cabinet top: fresh flowers from Costco arranged in a 14″ Waterford Lismore Diamond crystal vase; Fitz and Floyd old world rabbit with cache pot from Ebay, metallic papier mache eggs for the cache pot from Pier One, bronze pillar candle holders from Michael’s, blue pillar candles from Wal Mart, aqua linen runner (from Pier One) topped with pastel beaded Easter egg runner (also from Pier One)
Looking forward to the wonderful tables posted for this Tablescape Thursday!
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