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