Beautiful Springtime Dinnerware: Shopping For Valentine’s Day and Easter

Welcome to the 538th Tablescape Thursday!

Recently I stopped by PotteryBarn and Williams-Sonoma to check out their spring collection of dishware. It’s that time of year when they are starting to get in all the beautiful spring patterns.

Easter Table and Decor Ideas

 

I was thrilled to see they brought back this adorable bunny bowl. I have this one and use it all throughout spring and summer on my kitchen counter. It also makes a beautiful centerpiece for any springtime or summer table. It’s available here: Bunny Basket Serving Bowl.

Bunnys climbing out of bowl

 

These sweet, soft-pink heart dishes caught my eye. If red is not your favorite in a table setting, consider using pink. This dishware would set the softest most romantic table.

Heart-Shaped Plates for Valentine's Day

 

This set also has a matching platter.

Heart Platter for Valentine's Day

 

All this heart-shaped dinnerware is available here: Heart Plates, Platter, Bowls.

Valentine's Day Table Setting Idea with Heart Plates

 

Williams Sonoma also has plates/dinnerware with a heart theme, only this set is in the traditional red.

Valentines Day Tablescape Ideas

 

You’ll find this set here: Heart Dinnerware. That’s a link to the salad plates, just scroll down at that page to see all the pieces in the collection.

Heart Dishware, Valentine's Day

 

They’ve also brought back another beautiful pattern from year’s past.

Spring Easter Dinnerware

 

Love these beautiful, floral, bunny plates! They can be found here: Bunny Plates.

Easter Dinnerware

 

The platter in this collection is available here: Bunny Platter.

Bunny Platter

 

I purchased this pattern either last year or the year before…forgotten which now.

Easter Table Setting Ideas, Bunny Dinnerware

 

I couldn’t resist these adorable bunnies!

Bunny Salad Plate

 

Bunny Salad Plate for Easter or Spring

 

This was the table I set last year with this pattern.

Floral Spring Tablescape with Bath's Pink Dianthus

 

The plates looked so cute with my Syracuse “Orchard” dinner plates. It really doesn’t have to cost a lot to see a beautiful table for any holiday or season. Just start with some basic dishware that you already own, then pick up a few salad plates that will work with your existing dishware.

Spring Table with Bunny Salad Plate

 

The salad plates are available here: Bunny Salad Plates. See more of this tablescape in detail here: Easter Table Setting.

Pasture Bunny Salad Plate with Syracuse Orchard Dinner Plate, Spring Table

 

I came so close to buying this! Isn’t this just the cutest wine holder! I touched it and the fabric felt really nice and heavy-weight. It’s available here: Wine Holder/Bag.

Bunny Ears Wine Bottle Holder

 

I already have some napkin like this or I would have purchased these, for sure. They are such a nice, heavy weight…not cheap feeling like some napkins can be. They are currently on sale here at $27.99 for a set of 4 napkins: Green Linen Napkins.

Linen Napkins on Sale

 

That’s one way to banish the winter blues, do a bit of online spring planning and shopping. It’s fun to dream and plan for warmer days. I can’t wait!

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

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Comments

  1. I recognized the bunny bowl the minute I saw it on the display, lol. So sweet.
    But I actually think your table setting from last Easter is prettier than any of those at PB or WS. I especially love the greens, which make it so pretty and perfect for Spring. ~ Hope you’re all better now, Susan and that you have a lovely weekend.

    • Thanks so much, Pam! I love green so much, especially for spring. Hope your weekend is wonderful! I can’t believe it’s almost time for another weekend, this week flew by!

  2. I definitely have to stop in there to check out the new selections. Thanks for hosting and enjoy the rest of your week!
    Shelley

  3. Susan, I LOVE the dinner plates that are in the collection with the floral rimmed bunny plates. PB has some items that are called “Hilltop Collection”. You know, Hill Top was the name of Beatrix Potter’s farm – and with the bunnies, well, I just can help but think of her when I see all those flowers and bunnies. Springtime in the English countryside! I put those floral rimmed plates in my shopping cart. I think they just might make it to my Easter table!

  4. It’s always fun to see the new dishes with each season and holiday. I have the small pink heart dishes that I got last year. I go for all the colors associated with Valentine’s day! I bought that big bowl with the rabbits too. Seeing it with the little grap hyacinths inspires me to do something like that too!

  5. OH! I meant to tell you – I use the Chrome Browser and your blog has not refreshed from Sunday’s soup there. It’s probably me … but just in case it’s not …

  6. Thanks for the spring field trip; we are having quite a miserable day here. I get tired of all the winter reds by Valentine’s day so I much prefer the pink palette. Plus spring = pink. Can’t have too many shots of bunny plates. They are too adorable. And how are we STILL in January? What is this now, week 6? 7? of this month?

  7. Love those bunny plates! Having a ladies luncheon Feb. 12 so have to look for Valentine’s things.

  8. Regality (aka The Quing) says

    Thank goodness I already own the flowery bunny plates, some red heart mugs, and pink and white heart plates with candy heart sayings. Otherwise, these old fingers would be clickin’ away on those links.

  9. Love the photos from Williams Sonoma!

    Looks like you have a bigger better store in Atlanta than the one we have in Scottsdale AZ.

    I have the bunny/floral blue-edged plates you took pictures of, and I just LOVE them.

    I wanted to let you know, there are some GORGEOUS spring floral plates, Famille Rose, available online only at Williams Sonoma’s web site. I stumbled across them last weekend while surfing WS’s web site. I fell in love, bought 8 salad plates and 8 dinner plates. Last weekend the plates were 15% off and there was free shipping–WHEE! These are really pretty spring floral/bunny plates. They almost look like antique English china.

    Thank you for another GREAT Tablescape Thursday. I love it when you tour Pottery Barn and Williams Sonoma. Have a great day.

    • Wow, this weekend (online only) Famille Rose is now 20 percent off and shipping is free! Promo code is WINTER. I need to buy some more Famille Rose!!!

  10. Please tell us how you did the bunny bowl. It is darling.

    • That photo is from the Pottery Barn website. That looks like Grape Hyacinths (Muscari) that they have transplanted into the bowl for the photo. Click through the link to the bowl and you’ll see a larger photo of that picture at the website. You may find some Grape Hyacinths blooming in the nurseries as it gets closer to spring. I have some planted along my walkway out front of my home and love them!

      Denise, the inside of the bowl is as cute as the outside. When I saw the inside, I knew I had to get it. 🙂

  11. Rebecca Dexter says

    I am bunny crazy so I’m pleased that they have not introduced a new one…I have all that they have featured in the last couple of years…how many bunny plates does one need??? They are just too cute to resist.

  12. Terri Santiago says

    I may have to purchase the bunny platter. I would put it on a sturdy plate holder on the top of my antique server.

  13. Table is beautiful. But I have a question. I know you visit Dayton, OH frequently, I am currently in Dayton, babysitting for a few months. Are there any flea markets, antique or thrift stores that you visit here?

    • Patty, I’m afraid I’m not much help. When I’m there, I’m usually just running to the grocery store (Dorothy Lane Market is my favorite!) occasionally Talbots and places like that. I keep meaning to seek out some of the antique shops, but so far haven’t had time to do that. If you discover some good ones, please share! I’ll be there for a week in April and would love to check them out.

  14. Oh Susan,
    soft pink is so romantic and ‘girlish’, love everything about that “pink” table! Even those succulents are pretty! lol Of course, red is beautiful, as well, but may I say I love those ivory (golden?) colored rose bundt muffin/cupcakes pans? lol Never seen them before, usually they’re only black/graphite here.
    Oh, and those bunny salad plates are too cute! White, brown and green is my absolute favorite combo and the bunnies are adorable! I’d display them on my shelves all year round! 🙂

  15. I too love the Pottery Barn pink heart plates – I used them last year in a Valentine’s Day table!

    And as always, thanks so much for hosting!

    Sheila
    xo

  16. Cyndi Raines says

    Love that bunny bowl! They are just too cute scampering all over it. The pinks are pretty for Valentine’s so thanks for the nudge, time to get out a few things in anticipation for it. We are supposed to get another winter storm starting Sunday, so this will be a nice project tomorrow. Happy weekend!

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