A Charming, Whimsical Spring-Easter Table, Plus 4 Beautiful Spring Cakes for Dessert

Welcome to the 809th Tablescape Thursday! Does March seem like it has just flown by to you? I can’t believe we are almost into April! I feel like we’ve already had our April showers here where I live, so I’m really hoping for more sunshine this next month!

I have a wonderful spring-Easter table setting to share with you for this week’s Tablescape Thursday! Brenda and her wonderful hubby, Tom, collaborated together to create this beautiful table. Brenda found her dinnerware for this table at Pottery Barn a few years back.

Easter Spring Table Setting


Brenda said, “We both put the table together. I like having his input into the table design.”

Easter Table Setting


Brenda said, “The side plates are Rae Dunn and I just love them. The silverware is actually vintage, and it has flowers on it, not sure if you can see them? It is actually sterling silver and one of those things that I hope to pass down in the family. The chargers, I am not sure where I got them, I am thinking William Sonoma too.”

Easter Spring Table Setting, Bunny Dinnerware


I love the sterling flatware—the floral design is stunning!

Beautiful Spring Dinnerware with Bunnies


Brenda’s beautiful stemware is vintage. Brenda said, “The wine glasses are about 40 years old, Zwiesel I think was the pattern.”

Easter Spring Table Setting Tablescape


Brenda and Tom were wonderfully creative with their centerpiece. The centerpiece is actually two very different floral arrangements.

Easter Spring Table Setting with Bunny Centerpiece


Notice the whimsical cabbage vase—so perfect for Easter with all these Easter bunnies running around this time of year. Ha!

Rae Dunn Egg Shaped Plates for Easter


Floral Centerpiece for Spring Table Setting


But what about the other floral arrangement? Brenda’s hubby is a LEGO fan and created a whimsical LEGO floral arrangement for spring. Brenda said, “I just love the Lego centerpiece, he has more flowers yet to put together to add to it. Tom loves stuff like this.” Oh, I love the LEGO floral arrangements! They never wilt and they never need watering. Ha!

LEGO Floral Centerpiece for Spring Table Setting


Brenda and Tom have a beautiful farm named Peaceful Valley Farm where they live in Canada. Their Facebook page describes their farm this way:

We are a husband & wife team who pride ourselves in delivering fresh farm products from our farm. We have a variety of options available such as farm fresh eggs, meat & baking; and products derived from our lavender plants & honey from our bees that are in our wellness line.
We are both retired, but wanted to keep ourselves active; and created Peaceful Valley Farm in 2010. 100% of our farm proceeds support local charities, as well as a few personal causes close to our hearts.

Brenda said, “We have been baking for customers for Easter, We are retired and do this to keep ourselves busy. We are thankful that we can donate the money we make to local charities, so many need our help right now.” Brenda shared a few of the wonderful cakes they sell at Peaceful Valley Farm Market, and they look delicious!



This cheesecake would be perfect for dessert after a big Easter dinner.


This one may be my favorite—it’s so pretty and elegant! I love the pearl details!


Thanks so much to Brenda and Tom for sharing their beautiful Spring-Easter table and these amazing desserts!  Happy Spring!

Easter Spring Table Setting


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  1. Whimsical is a great description for this table, Susan. It’s full and inviting. I love the bunny plates and those vintage looking salt and pepper shakers. And kudos to them for using a real cabbage as a vase, lol! It’s nice to know Tom is getting in on the designing with Brenda. What did he say last time? Something like, he was usually ‘the muscle.’ Lol. 😀

    Peaceful Valley. Isn’t that the name of some David Carter Brown plates? It sounds idyllic. I’d love to be able to visit a farm called Peaceful Valley. Thanks for sharing, all of you.

    • Isn’t that brilliant—I love the cabbage vase! I think that pattern from David Carter Brown is called Christmas Village. I love the sound of Peaceful Valley, though!

      • Haha, we were both wrong. It’s Pleasant Valley and just look at these plates! I would dearly love to have a farm in a place like that. I will now forever think of Tom and Brenda’s farm looking like it’s nestled into this Peaceful Valley.


        • Ohhh! lol Well, he does make a Christmas Valley pattern, too. I had forgotten about Pleasant Valley–that’s much closer to Peaceful Valley than Christmas Valley is. lol

  2. Such a lovely table–so many different dishware styles, but pulled together expertly. Lego bouquet…what a fun idea. I hope your cake sale is a huge success. Happy Easter!

  3. Wow – lovely table, and what a wonderful way to retire. That’s so great of Brenda and Tom to help other people by doing something they love. Thanks so much for sharing, all of you. And as always, thanks for hosting Susan – I look forward to Thursdays every week!

  4. Love the pink truck carrying Easter eggs.

  5. What a lovely tablescape,. Everything is so pretty and festive.
    Joan,Marion and Marilyn

  6. The sterling silver looks like Repousse by Kirk Steiff. Gorgeous pattern. It is timeless. Lovely table for the holiday.

  7. LOVE it ALL!

  8. Thank you for all of the lovely comments. Peaceful Valley farm is the name of our farm and we do overlook the most breathtaking valley that changes with the seasons. Thank you for the name of the silverware I had forgotten it. Love doing these table settings and yes my hubby Tom has gotten in to it too…Susan is such an inspiration with her posts….

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