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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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.
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!
I will be sharing this at Between Naps on the Porch!