A Bunny-Themed Table Setting for Spring

Welcome to the 613th Tablescape Thursday!

It’s been a minute since I set a table here on the porch. Hope you enjoy this springtime table with a bit of a bunny theme. I’ve encluded a lot of photos for those who enjoy that. Happy Spring to you!

Dining on Screened-in Porch, Springtime

 

Spring Dining on the Porch

 

Spring Table Setting Ideas

 

Spring Mini Cake in Blue

 

I found these adorable bunny planters in HomeGoods in early spring. I had planned to use them in a table earlier in the spring but those plans were changed when I left for Ohio in early March.

Spring Bunny Table with Floral Centerpiece

 

The plates were a find last spring in Pier 1. So sad that Pier 1 is gone now. I will miss them! The blue fleur-de-lis glasses are from HomeGoods many years ago. It’s been ages since I used them in a table setting but I do love their blue color!

 

The green cabbage plates are from another HomeGoods many, many years ago.

Spring Bunny Table Setting

 

The white chargers are from Horchow back in 2008. The twig flatware is from Wayfair many years ago.

Spring Table, Bunny Themed, Twig Flatware

 

The Peter Rabbit bunny napkins are a recent purchase this spring, you may remember when I blogged about those a couple of months back. If they are still available, you’ll find them here: Bunny Napkins. I love all the little depictions of Peter playing, sleeping and hiding in the flowers. Soooo darn cute!

The burlap, bunny ear napkin rings were a DIY project a few years back.

Twig Flatware, DIY Bunny Ear Napkin Rings, Twig Flatware

 

You’ll find the tutorial for making those here:  Bunny Ear Napkin Rings.

 

For extra fluffiness, I layered two different types of bunny napkins over each other. I love the extra fullness and love the idea of removing one bunny napkin, only to find another one underneath.

How about some dessert?

Bunny Planters in Springtime Table Setting

 

Publix makes the cutest little mini cakes.

Bunny Planters for Spring Table

 

They are the perfect size for my mini domed cake platter.

Blue Cake, Domed Cake Platter, Spring Table

 

I think the bunnies would love a bite of cake. 😉

Blue Iced Cake, Spring Table

 

Blue Iced Cake

 

I found the cutest little decorative planter stakes in a local nursery.

Bunny Planter for Spring

 

Don’t you love these!

Flower Decoration for Planter

 

Love this little birdhouse! I think this would be a cute discovery for anyone dining at this table. I love little hidden surprises!

Birdhouse Stake for Flower Pot Planter

 

For this table, I had to bring out my bunny-ear water/wine bottle holder. It was a find in Pottery Barn last year. I bought one for my daughter-in-law at the same. I noticed she had it out using it this spring. Always makes me laugh when I see it. 🙂

Bunny Ears Wine Bottle Holder

 

Hope you enjoyed this springtime table. It was so much fun to put together!

Porch Dining, Spring Bunny Tablescape

 

Summer is just a few days away now. I wish it would get warm and stay warm here. I’m ready for some hot weather!

Dining on Screened-in Porch, Springtime

 

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Comments

  1. Love those blue tumblers! And I don’t think the bunnies are the only ones wanting a bit of that cake, lol. That tiny birdhouse is sooo cute! Great little surprise. The twig flatware seems perfect for this setting.

    I bet it was fun to create a table-scape again. Thanks, Susan. Glad you’re home. Stay safe.

  2. Welcome back Susan! It’s so nice to see another post from your beautiful porch! Plus, the bunny plates are just darling – thanks for all the pictures! 🙂 Happy Thursday!

  3. Bunnies are good any time of year! They always bring a smile.
    Please don’t wish for hot weather! Georgia had a hellish few weeks of 90+ degree temps with 90% humidity. Could hardly plant flowers for more than 30 minutes lol.

  4. Hi, So glad your home safe. You just couldn’t wait until you had that porch in shinny order. Did your yard crew keep every thing watered and in ship shape order. You are probably tried now and just need a good rest. I do know that the boys are missing you. Now that the porch is in order, spend the rest of the week with friends to catch up with fun.

  5. Kathleen says

    I saw that cute little birdhouse right off! Love the bunny plates, napkins and rings. The blue cake looks delicious under the dome no wonder the bunnies are giving it the eye.

  6. Brenda s. Lawrence says

    Adorable tablescape Susan! I love the bunny plates, you always set the best tables. The napkin rings are so cute too. Those blue glasses are so beautiful, loving that color of blue. How cute is that mini cake?! Looks yummy too. Might get blue teeth though. lol Loving the cake stand it is on too. Love the surprise of the little plant stakes, they are a fun surprise and so love them. Well done! Hugs, Brenda

  7. franki parde says

    That was so darned cute!!! Must try Publix & find that cake…perfect with my b/ w dishes!! Whole thing made me happy…except for Pier 1 closing..franki

  8. Gail Bell says

    Welcome home Susan! I’ve missed seeing your tablescapes out on the porch. I love everything about this setting. I have the same bunny planter and love changing it up with seasonal blooms. And that cake…perfect color and addition. Looks like you will get your wish with the warmer weather. It’s even going to be in the 80s here in the mountains this weekend. Enjoy!

  9. Thank you so much for hosting! This week I am excited to share my summer home tour and week 6 of the one room challenge! Hope you are staying healthy and happy!

  10. Susan, it’s so wonderful having a new tablescape from you today! Ihave missed them! I have enjoyed following your time in OH. These are such strange days, and it seems they are far from over. I look forward to your tablescape next Thursday and will enjoy all posts in between now and then.

  11. Welcome back Susan – so glad to have you back. The bunny tablescape is adorable and perfect for spring. Love love love the bunny planters! Thanks so much for continuing to host when you were away.

  12. Cyndi Raines says

    So cute! Visited T J Maxx today and they had all their Easter items 75% off so I was able to purchase 2 more bunnies with their back packs for $5.00 each. I was so “hoppy”! Hehe

  13. We are so excited you are home. Great tablescape. Who doesn’t love bunnies? I love your porch, but I am fascinated by your yard. We need a tour of the yard before it gets too hot and humid to work outside.

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