A Peter Rabbit Tablescape for Easter
A Peter Rabbit Tablescape for Easter
What could be more fun than a Peter Rabbit Tablescape for Easter? No matter if you want to use these elements for your main table or for a children’s table, this will bring a smile to guests’ faces.
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I am so happy to bringing you another tablescape hop today by gathering twenty four bloggers who are all amazing table stylists. Please enjoy my Peter Rabbit table and then follow the links to visit all of the bloggers listed at the bottom of this post.
A 50″ square tablecloth topper is sized perfectly for the table on my front porch. This can easily be used as a square topper over another tablecloth.
Beatrix Potter images of Peter Rabbit decorate the napkins. I layered them with pale blue napkins and tucked them into Pier 1 cabbage napkin rings.
Placemats are hydrangea blossom mats also from Pier 1. I have cabbage ones, but I liked the little touch of pink on these. I
Salad plates from Pottery Barn top pale yellow Nicole Miller plates I picked up ages ago at Home Goods. Serve up tea from a Peter Rabbit tin!
I was tickled to find these pink-handled flatware at Home Goods a few weeks ago. Vintage yellow stemware rounds out my place settings.
Each of the salad plates features a different picture of Peter Rabbit in his little blue jacket. He is surrounded by flowers and vegetables from Mr. McGregor’s garden. I could not resist the the tiny Peter Rabbit plush figures to tuck at each place setting.
I selected a simple basket and decided to just fill it with a bounty of vegetables from the garden. Okay, not really, they are from the grocery store! When styling a centerpiece like this, I selected different colors and different textures.
A little watering can is a perfect place to nestle some bright red radishes. I made sure I added a few tiny flower pots that Peter may have hidden among when trying to escape Mr. McGregor.
I hope you have enjoyed visiting my Peter Rabbit tablescape ready for Easter on the front porch!
Join all of these other bloggers for their lovely Easter Tablescapes:
Celebrate & Decorate
Create With Cynthia
Home is Where the Boat Is
Belle Blue Interiors
Life and Linda
At Home with Jemma
The Painted Apron
Home and Gardening with Liz
Harbour Breeze Home
Our Crafty Mom
Red Cottage Chronicles
My Thrift Store Addiction
White Arrows Home
Corner of Plaid and Paisley
Southern Nell Gracious Living
My Family Thyme
Blue Sky at Home
Living with Thanksgiving
The Little Yellow Corner Store
Calypso in the Country
I will be sharing this at Between Naps on the Porch!
Chloe, What a delightful Peter Rabbit table! I have a special place in my heart for Beatrix Potter, Peter and friends and ordered a set of plates too. I love your table topper and the ruffled layers of the hydrangea mats and cabbage napkin rings. Your bounty of veggies and centerpiece would be irresistible to everybunny 🙂 Thank you so much for your organizing efforts for these hops! As always it’s a pleasure to hop with you and join you at the table. Happy (hoppy) Tuesday.
Thank you so much for your kind words, Mary. Yes, those dishes were much to cute to pass up!
As a long-time collector of Beatrix Potter goodies (books, stuffed animals, figurines) this tablescape ‘speaks’ to me. I absolutely love what you’ve done!
Thank you so much Barb!
Chloe, this is delightful! The fresh vegetable centerpiece is perfect as is every detail you have styled. And it is eatable! How sweet the little Gund miniature plush Petter Rabbits are! I love the cabbage placemats and napkin rings. The plate stack is so attractive and the pink flatware added an attractive surprise and gave it the crowning touch. Beatrix Potter would be proud. This will be a tradition for Easter for your grandchildren for years to come. Happy Easter.
Thank you so much Bonnie. Yes, my eldest granddaughter had a Peter Rabbit nursery and still has her dear Peter Rabbit lovey. I hope to put these away for her some day!
Chloe I watched your You Tube video setting this gorgeous table and so glad I can look at the pictures slowly to enjoy them more here on your blog. Everything is perfect for a nice dinner with friends on the front porch for Easter. Love those place mats and especially the touch of pink they bring which blends so well with the pink flatware. The Centerpiece though! How cool that you can actually eat your centerpiece and it is so breathtaking.
Thank you so much Shirley! Yes, that centerpiece was enjoyed for a couple of meals after styling this fun table!
I love it when you style your tables out on the porch, Chloe, and this is a perfect place for the garden patch and Peter Rabbit. What a great combination you put together here. Those textiles are beautiful! I love how you built your table with the salads on the yellow plates and complemented with your stems, very pretty! That centerpiece is quite a commodity now, too, and not just for Peter Rabbit! I would ‘hoppily’ join you at this table, if we weren’t otherwise trying to save our world. Thank you for brightening my day and for hosting this cheerful hop!
Thank you so much Rita! I agree, the porch is a perfect spot for Peter to be featured at a table! I need this cheeriness too!
This is my most favorite tablescape of yours ever! I love Beatrix Potter and your rendition is so fresh and festive! Thank you for always bringing joy and inspiration!
Thank you so much Pat! It was fun to style this!
Chloe, I just adore your Peter Rabbit theme–every single accent is adorable! What a lovely veggie centerpiece, too! Thanks for organizing the hop. Happy almost Easter! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction
Chloe, what a darling Easter Tablescape. Using fresh veggies for the centerpiece was brilliant and fits your Peter Rabbit theme perfectly. Thank you again for organizing another great tablescape hop.
Your table is stunning, you captured Peter Rabbit perfectly. Love what you used for the centerpiece.
You have a wonderful collection of pieces to make an inviting table.
Stay safe. Thanks for making me smile.
What a whimsical storybook Easter tablescape, Chloe. It is something straight from the pages of a child’s Easter book. I love all of the veggies and the bunny print, Peter Rabbit, table topper with all of the greens. The pink flatware was a lucky find since you don’t see much of that color in flatware and it goes so beautifully with this delightful and charming table. I love the salad plates that work so beautifully with the buttercup yellow dinner plates. I felt like I was a child while I toured Peter Rabbit’s garden. So lovely.
Adorable Chloe! I love the pink handled flatware and your stunning centerpiece! I do feel like I’ve visited Mr. McGregor’s garden, and the mini plush bunnies are irresistible! Thank you for another wonderful hop!
The Peter Rabbit theme is just precious! I love your pretty dishes and that beautiful basket filled with fresh veggies. Gorgeous table! Thanks for hosting another wonderful blog hop!
Well, I didn’t think you would be able to top the wisteria post – but I think you just did with this one!! I absolutely adore this table, Chloe!! You knocked it out of the vegetable garden with this one! Love the outdoor setting, makes it all that much more organic. The linens are outrageously adorable and the way you have complimented them is spectacular. Can’t say enough about this table!! I love it all. Thanks so much for all that you do to arrange these hops. Wishing you sunny days ahead.
Oh, Ann, thank you so much. You are so sweet. I splurged on my Peter Rabbit linens and dishes, but I plan to tuck them away for my granddaughter who had a Peter Rabbit nursery and at 6, still adores her sweet Peter Rabbit lovey! Thank you for hopping with us once again!
Chloe, such a Sweet table. We all love Peter Rabbit.
Cute and whimsical is a joy for our eyes. Loving the plates and place mats. What a clever idea with the beautiful veggie centerpiece in the basket. The pink flatware is so pretty, what a great find. I feel like I am in a cabbage patch. Always a plesure to see your creative tables.
Oh, how adorable! I am so thankful to find your amazing blog today! I am now following you via email. Many blessings to you this Easter!
Chloe, I have been debating over the PB Peter Rabbit plates for weeks. My oldest granddaughter loves Peter Rabbit, I think I will order today. I love the table square and napkins that match the plates, They are so whimsical and cute. Your centerpiece of veggies is delightful and colorful, and certainly provides Peter with plenty of food. The placemats provide a lovely texture and I must say I am a little envious of the pink-handled flatware. Thank you for organizing these fun hops. Stay well and Happy Easter!
What a cute tablescape! Love the Peter and the Rabbit dishes and napkins. Those napkin rights look so perfect in this setting. I love your idea for the centerpiece. What a great arrangment of textures and colors you’ve created and that table topper ties it all together so nicely! Thank you for hosting this blog hop!
The story of Peter Rabbit has come alive on your table, Chloe! The centerpiece of garden vegetables is so unique and clever. The plates and table linens are a delight to children and adults alike! They bring back memories of Peter Rabbit from my childhood. The pink flatware was a great find! It really stands out on this table. I couldn’t help but smile as I visited your table! Thanks for coordinating another fun hop for us!
Thank you so much Rebecca! I am smitten with the sweet plates and yes, the discovery of that flatware was a treat!
This is seriously the CUTEST! What a fun post and it made my heart so happy!
And thank you SO MUCH for including me in the Facebook Live! It was so much fun!
Thank you so much KariAnne! I really appreciate you joining us trying to bring sunshine and cheer to those who are stuck at home at this time.
Good Afternoon Chloe!
Thank you so very much for organizing this amazing bloghop. I am enjoying my visit to everyone so much.
Oh how I adore Peter Rabbit and his adventurous tales. You have captured the very essence of his love of beauty, nature and the outdoors. Could these plates be anymore adorable! Gorgeous and creative centerpiece too!
Wishing you a Happy Easter!
Thank you so very much Jemma, I am so happy to have you back in our circle and have really enjoyed your fun Facebook Lives! I need that jolt of happiness in my days these days! HUGS!!
So intricately beautiful! I especially love that vegetable garden centerpiece! Lovely lovely table.
Thanks so much Lori!
Chloe, you had me at Peter Rabbit — I love all things Beatrix Potter. Two years ago I did a similar theme Easter table with my collection of BP figurines. Hop on by on Friday when I share the entire collection. I resisted the urge to purchase those fabulous plates and linens and now I’m regretting it. You’ve put together a wonderful setting! Especially like how you paired the cabbage napkin rings and leafy placemats with the Peter Rabbit linens. And, oh how bountiful is your centerpiece! Happy Easter and thanks for hosting.
Thank you so much Debbee. I remember your sweet Beatrix Potter table! I will come by and look at it on Friday! I am kind of hoping the dishes go on sale and I can add some more. I know I indulged. My granddaughter had a Peter Rabbit nursery and still treasures her Peter Rabbit lovey. I want to put these away for her someday.
I love your peter rabbit table and all the goodies. Your centerpiece is quite unique as well. So fun hopping with you.
Thanks so much Cynthia!
Chloe, this is the most perfect Spring/Easter table!! I absolutely love the Peter Rabbit theme!!! I love all the touches like the cabbage napkin rings, yellow glassware and your new silverware! The centerpiece is beautiful and brilliant!!
Thank you so much Kristin! Thanks for hopping with us, dear friend!
Chloe, this table is absolutely precious! Oh how I adore Peter Rabbit! My first baby’s nursery was all decked out in Peter Rabbit attire. Every element on your table is beautiful, and I love the centerpiece you created. Your table makes me happy, and I have so enjoyed my visit! Take care, sweet friend!
Thank you Shannon! My first granddaughter had a Peter Rabbit themed nursery, too! Stay well!
oh Chloe, I love anything Beatrix Potter. The plates and linens are so precious, and how perfect is the bountiful basket of garden veggies. What a fun way to set an Easter or Springtime table, especially for a “garden” setting.
Thank you so much Debra, this was a delightful table to style!
I have to tell you, you might have a stalker. I have read all of your tablescape blogs and seem to be inspired with your talent. I love this season’s table. Very pretty and a great idea using vegetables for a centerpiece. How creative.
One of my favorite tablescapes Chloe! So excited to feature it this week on Tuesday Turn About Link Party. Hope to see you there!
Chloe, this table is adorable. I’d love to join you on your front porch. Your wicker table and chairs is perfect for this little Peter Rabbit setting. Happy Easter.
Oh, Chloe, this is adorable! An edible centerpiece is always a favorite and it adds so much to this table. Even though I didn’t participate in this hope I still want to thank you for keeping it going through this stressful time. Have a Blessed Easter♥
Thanks so much Sandra. I hope you and your family are staying safe and well. I see you are still baking! Wishing you a blessed Easter, also.
Chloe, this tablescape is absolutely adorable!! I love your Peter Rabbit theme! When I was a little girl, I loved to read Beatrix Potter books and your table brings me right back to those precious stories. I love all of the colors and textures of your edible centerpiece. Thank you for hosting another wonderful hop! Wishing you a blessed Easter!
Thanks so much Lynne! I hope you had a lovely Easter!
I love your Easter tablescape! Where con I find the leafy place mats please, I love them and have to have some!
Thank you so much Margaret, alas, I have bad news for you. I got those hydrangea petal placemats from Pier One. I even tried to find some additional ones for myself with no luck.
Hello, Chloe. I so hope that you are still monitoring these comments on you beautiful Peter Rabbit tablescape. It sent me completely over the moon! I collect bunnies and, right before the pandemic, bit the bullet and purchased William Sonoma Floral Meadow bunny plates. Of course, I am now FINALLY taking them out of their boxes to host the long-ago-planned Easter dinner! I have never seen the Peter Rabbit plates you used. The ones from Pottery Barn do not have the same plate ridge as do yours, and others I’ve seen are not as vibrant as your plates. Could you please tell where you did find them? Also, I’ve not seen Peter Rabbit tablecloths as vibrantly colored as yours. I’d love to know where you found that as well, if I may. You must know that I intend to copy!
Thank you Maria! I am sending you an email!