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Tablescapes

An Easter Table with a Natural Touch

I have collected so many bunny and Easter dishes over the years that I had to style one more table before Easter is come and gone this Sunday.  I don’t know why they always appeal to me so much, but there they are at Home Goods or Pottery Barn or Pier One and I guess those bunnies just speak to me!

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If you have visited me here at Celebrate & Decorate before, you know I just love dishes and I love to get creative with tablescapes.

How could I resist these pretty little plates with their French writing and this delightful little rabbit?  I used a white charger that has a bit of a wood grain look to it and topped them with a mushroom colored dinner plate.  My Ikea wooden handled flatware was the perfect choice for my table settings.  I have been doing a lot of creating of my own napkin rings lately and decided these paper mache rabbits were the perfect match for my more natural tablescape.  I simply drilled a hole though the bunnies and cleaned off the edges of excess paper and they were ready to pull my napkins through.  See how sweet my little paper mache napkin holders are.  I used brown napkins to keep with the natural look, but could just have easily used white or green or pink napkins to coordinate with my table.  I used moss mat runners across my table each way and then went to work assembling my centerpiece.I used moss bunnies, silk cabbages and silk blooms in rich jewel tones to set off all of the greenery.   This moss bunny is probably my favorite, I always seem to find someplace to display him in the Springtime.  Look at those tiny moss bunnies hopping around, I guess what they say is true, rabbits tend to multiply!  If you celebrate Easter, I hope you have the opportunity this Sunday to join others at a pretty table and enjoy a meal celebrating this important day in our Christian calendar.  Blessings to you all!  Rejoice!

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23 Comments

    1. Thank you Rita! I am still enjoying looking at it, but it will be time to pack away the bunnies soon.

  1. Chloe, love the bunny plates with the French script…the centerpiece is stunning! Happy Easter!

    1. Thank you Pam, I loved those plates, but I was really pleased with how the centerpiece turned out. I am glad you liked it. We ate Easter dinner at our big farmhouse table, so this is still gracing my little dining table.

    1. Thank you Carole, I am going to have to start selling off dishes to make room for new ones!

  2. Love this landscaped table…and the bunnies look like they should be hopping around here. What a wonderful way to celebrate spring, Thanks for the ideas, Sandi

  3. Ooh, loving those plates lady! Happy Easter. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

    1. Thank you Cindy, I guess you understand why I couldn’t resist them! I REALLY need to stop buying Easter dishes!

  4. The “natural” colours look terrific! I really like your “homemade” napkin rings out of the bunnies and they go wonderfully with the plates. Happy Easter Chloe!

    1. Thank you Lori, now I am thinking about covering those little bunnies with a pretty fabric! They did blend with the plates nicely!

  5. Your tables is so beautiful Chloe! I love the bunny napkin rings you made and the centerpiece is amazing! I really like the natural color theme. I know you will enjoy having your Easter meal at this fabulous table! Have a lovely Easter.

    Catherine

    1. Thank you Catherine, you do a lovely job with tablescapes too! I really like the natural look to this one, myself.

    1. Thank you Bonnie, I really need to stop buying rabbit plates..or sell some of the ones I have!

  6. This natural look is a beautiful and calming alternative to the traditional Easter pastel palette. At first glance, I thought the cabbages were real and that you plucked them from the garden. I’ll also never look at a paper mache rabbit the same way again!

    1. Thank you so much Sandra! Now I am considering covering the paper mache rabbits with some fabric! I have to keep creating!

  7. Tricia T. says:

    This is stunning and I absolutely love it! Beautiful work Chloe! As always!

  8. Sooooo cute! I know this is a day late and most likely a dollar short, but I love the bunnies and especially the napkin rings! Good job!

  9. Love it – totally doing the paper mache napkin ring bunnies!

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