An Enchanting Spring Table Setting

Welcome to the 496th Tablescape Thursday!

So excited this morning to share a beautiful spring table setting with you! Gina has her table all ready for a special dinner she’s hosting this weekend. This table would be lovely for any spring or Easter table setting.

Gina shared all the sources for the treasures she used when putting this table together. I’ve tried to link out to those that are still available. in case you would love to use them in a spring tables this year. If an item is no longer available, I’ve linked to an item that’s very similar.

Easter Spring Table Setting in Neutral Tones with Adorable Bunny Plates

 

You may remember the bunny plates I shared recently in this spring tablescape Easter Spring Table with a Visit from the Easter Bunny  In that post I mentioned how versatile the plates were since the design of the plates is so neutral. Since it will be all adults dining at Gina’s table, she decided to go with all neutral tones for her table setting. You’ll see lots of cream, tan, brown, silver and white in this beautiful table setting.

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For her centerpiece, Gina filled this darling bunny with pretty white flowers. I love how the white bunny and flowers pulls out the other white elements in the table. Beautiful!

Though Mr. Bunny is no longer available at Pottery Barn, I found several still available here: White Bunny with Basket. The beautiful silver and glass domed server is still available and on sale here: Domed Server. I have a similar server and love it. Tempted to add this one to my collection!

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Gina found her amber stemware in Pier 1. I wasn’t able to find it still available, but they do have a lot of really cute, spring stemware available here: Stemware. The silver-rimmed stemware belonged to Gina’s mom who sadly passed recently. Such a lovely tribute to her to use them in this special table setting.

The adorable bunny-ear egg cups are available here: Bunny Ear Egg Cups. If those are no longer available in your area, I love these bunny egg cups that are currently on sale here: Bunny Egg Cups.

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These bunny plates are such heart-breakers, aren’t they! I love, love, love their sweet faces! Bunny plates, if still available, can be found here: Bunny Plates.

This table setting has so many pretty layers! Love them all! Gina’s beautiful silver chargers were a find here: Silver Chargers. The dinner plates are by Christian Dior and the pattern is French Country Rose White.

The brown rattan placemats are available here: Rattan Placemats and the rectangular, woven placemats are available here: Woven Placemat.

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So many beautiful elements in this lovely spring table! The brown stemware looks so pretty with the other neutral tones found in the placemats and twig flatware.

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Gina found her twig flatware here: Twig Flatware. I have very similar twig flatware and use it all the time. It adds such a unique, whimsical touch to any table setting. I have it in silver and bronze and I’m thinking of adding the gold to my collection.

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The sweet bunny napkin rings were a find online at Arthur Court. They don’t appear to be available now, but I found some very similar here: Bunny Napkin Rings.  I love how Gina paired the silver bunny napkin rings with a second boxwood napkin ring. You’ll find the boxwood napkin ring available in two colors (green and silver) here: Boxwood Napkin Ring. The green would be especially pretty at Christmastime!

Gina found her cute bunny place card holders at Pottery Barn here: Bunny Place Card Holders. I don’t think they are still available here, but I did find some here: Bunny Place Card Holders.  Gina also used bunny place card holders from Crate and Barrel, available here: Bunny Place Card Holders.

The white bunny salt and pepper shakers are available here: Bunny Salt/Pepper Shaker.

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Gina used her beautiful Nora Fleming server for this Easter-Spring table setting. You’ll find this wood server available here: Wood Serving Bowl. I found several of the bunny minis still available, including the gray one that Gina has that I think has been retired. You’ll find the bunny minis in both gray and white here: Bunny Mini.

If you collect the Nora Fleming Minis, two more to consider for Easter are these two: Baby Chick and Easter Basket. I have both of those are they are adorable! Now I want the bunny one! Minis are so addictive! lol

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Love this darling vignette! It would be perfect as a centerpiece or just a decorative piece for a buffet or entry hall table. The silver bowl with the lovely sentiment/expression around the rim is available here: Bowl.

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Thanks so much to Gina for sharing this beautiful spring table setting! Her guests are going to be in love when they see this enchanting setting that she’s created just for them. I would love to dine here!

Easter Spring Table Setting in Neutral Tones with Adorable Bunny Plates

 

Looking forward to all the beautiful tables linked for this week’s Tablescape Thursday!

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Comments

  1. Those are just darling plates! I love the little bunnies. So many fun Easter tables. I love this time of year.

  2. Beautiful table and it would not have occurred to me to pick up on all of the beautiful neutral colors in the bunny plate. Gina’s table is gorgeous and love the use of the silver too.

  3. This is a beautiful and elegant Easter table, perfect for adults. I love the silver metallic pieces as well as the twig flatware–just perfect! Gina’s guests are going to ooh and ahh over this lovely tablescape.

    Susan, thanks for another great Tablescape Thursday. Happy Easter.

  4. How beautiful! I naturally think of pastels when it comes to Easter, but Gina has inspired me to pull out those neutral plates. I love rabbits too; sooooo in love with the pewter ones!! Thank you, Gina.

  5. Thanks so much for sharing Gina’s beautiful table! It is an unusual color palette, we usually see so much color – but her neutral tones all work together in a gorgeous way to make a stunning table. Thanks for hosting!

  6. What a beautiful table! Happy Easter to you and thanks for hosting!
    Shelley

  7. I just love “all those” that take the extra step to set a beautiful table!!! franki

  8. Susan, those silver bunny place card holders are a mixture Easter Bunny place card holders from Pottery Barn AND from Crate and Barrel. Crate and Barrel currently has them available at 50% off. They are so adorable!

  9. So many layers and details–Gina, you did a great job pulling it all together. It is so different from the typical Easter style but is still bunny-cute. Susan, it also looks like a lot of work to link up so many items–thanks.

  10. Every thing is so beautiful (although I do like the pastel colors of Easter). Love those bunny salt and pepper shakers. I’m always spotting those first thing on the table…must be because my grandma collected them. Great job on linking up with items similar to those no longer available! Thank you Gina and Susan for sharing.

  11. Beautiful! Makes me miss my formal dining room. We downsized when we moved to Tenn and don’t do formal anymore but I will always miss decorating a more formal setting. I never had a tea set as a child…….must have traumatized me…..haha. Thanks for sharing.

  12. R E Daisy says:

    Yes, its a beautiful table. Very different and more elegant than the typical child like Easter decorations. Everyone will love this table and the details. I’m sure the photos don’t do it justice. Such a nice tribute and dedication to her Mom. Thank you Gina, and Susan for posting.

  13. Oh what a beautiful table!! Love the bunny plates and the hippity hop napkins! Happy Easter Susan!

  14. Margo Kuhn says:

    I love those little bunny ear egg cups. I just ordered 8 for pick up at three different stores. I was thinking they could also be used as individual butter holders for a Spring or Easter dinner.

  15. Beatrice says:

    Hurrah for neutrals! The PB Elegant Bunnies are on clearance, and the napkin rings are at my local Pier 1. I do like getting away from the usual pink-green-blue of most Easter tables. I have a set of Haviland Imperatrice Eugenie with a strange and tricky blue-wisteria ring of violet flowers and some weird greens on the leaves. I’m going “barely there wisteria” for my table: I took some Belgian linen napkins I snagged at HG in white with a delicate pearl-gray floral pattern. I dyed them just the right watery color, and then decided to do the same with my white linen placemats. I’m using ghost-of-wisteria pressed goblets from P1. Colour me happy for Easter!

    • They have some amazing sales going right now on their tabletop goodies. I visited the Pier 1 near me yesterday and purchased some spring napkin rings. I love everything they are carrying lately. Have a wonderful Easter, Beatrice!

  16. Beatrice says:

    P.S.: THERE are your pink bunny ears! lol.

    • lol See, they really are pink inside! lol I wasn’t making it up. Hee, hee! You can see the pink much better in Gina’s photos than when I used them last week. 🙂

  17. I am in love with this elegant table! The unusual mix of colors is just enchanting! Well done, Gina!

  18. BEAUTIFUL EASTER TABLE!!! I want to dine at Gina’s!

  19. Every thing is so lovely and elegant. Thank You for sharing.
    HAPPY EASTER
    Marilyn

  20. Darling tablescape! There are so many cute bunny plates available, it makes me smile when I see them. I have at least 3 or 4 different bunny sets of my own, all salad/dessert plates so they are used frequently. Gina did a fantastic job. Her long table is full of exquisite details.

  21. Elegant is the most fitting word for this beautiful table and I know here guests will feel like royalty. Thanks for hosting and Happy Easter!

  22. Rebecca Dexter says:

    Lovely

  23. Bobbi Duncan says:

    Susan, thanks for sharing all the lovely table settings–so much inspiration. Hope you have a wonderful Easter! Hugs!

  24. So…….I’m digging Gina’s style and turning flips over those bunny dishes!!! I’m just not quick enough on the draw anymore to get the coolest Easter dishes. I guess I’m still in hibernation mode when they hit the market! Have a Happy Easter!

    • Alycia, they were out of them online when I bought mine a couple of weeks ago, but I used their “Pick up” System to find them in stores near me. You just type in your zip code and it will show you which stores have them. Just now I looked for my zip code and it shows them available in six stores near me. If you see a store near you that has them, pay for them online, then you’ll get an email from the store when they have pulled them for you. I got the email with an hour or two that after I paid saying they were ready for pickup. Hope that helps.
      Hope you have a wonderful Easter.

  25. WOW! That is one luscious tablescape – she really went all out!

    Thank you very much for hosting this linky party, Susan. It’s been much too long since I have joined in the fun – glad to be back.

    God’s blessings to you this Easter and always. Hugs. ♥

  26. Aww, those bunny plates are tge cutest! Happy Easter, Susan!….Christine

  27. I have always loved Gina’s beautifully layered tablescapes, sometimes elegant, sometimes fun and whimsical, always beautiful and inspiring.

  28. Do love all the neutral tones and elements used. Beautiful presentation, Gina!
    Wishing a very HAPPY EASTER to everyone. -Brenda-

  29. Elinda Turner says:

    Beautiful table Gina ! Happy Easter to everyone !

  30. Susan, thank you for sharing this great tablescape. It’s got some fun and whimsical elements, yet it appeals to those who prefer a less busy, more neutral palette too. Happy Easter, my friend, and thank you for your continued willingness to host and share with us each week on your blog.
    Rita

  31. donna a zoltanski says:

    Such beautiful Easter/Spring tablescapes, I enjoyed each one. Happy Easter!

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