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Chocolate Easter Bunny Tablescape

Chocolate Easter Bunny Tablescape

Everyone loves a chocolate bunny which made it simple for me to set an Easter bunny tablescape!  

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The plate stack:

I have had these placemats for a few years.  These Easter print plates that matched my placemats, as a result, they were coming home with me when I spotted them at Home Goods!

Gray dinner plates are the base for my plate stack.  I use these often as I did for a Sweet and Simple Spring Tablescape.   

Pink fruit embossed pink large luncheon plates were next.  I used these same plates for a Pink and Green Tablescape.  

Those sweet gray and white Easter print salad plates were next!  

Pink dogwood tidpit plates which I used when I celebrated Ladies Who Lunch, were added to the top of the stack.  

Each place setting then got a treat!  Chocolate bunnies were tucked into  blush pink mugs from Lenox were stuffed with paper Easter grass.

Everything else:

White bunny salt and pepper shakers can be found hopping around the table.  Gold napkin rings held layered pink and gray napkins.  These sweet little bunnies are the stars of my Easter bunny tablescape!
Chocolate Easter bunnies made up my centerpiece.  Green paper Easter grass covered a white tray  topped with a variety of bunnies.

Sweet little chocolate bunnies were the star of the table at each place setting!  This will be a sweet ending to my Easter bunny tablescape!

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  1. Adorable Chloe, I love the centerpiece, so cute! The pink and gray plates are so pretty!

  2. Darling Chloe! Although, Ill have to stick to my faux chocolate bunnies or my husband would eat the centerpiece lol!

  3. Love the bunny place mats with your new bunny plates. So cute! Wish you had a link to those. They look almost like bunny toile.

  4. This is so sweet in sooo many ways!!! ❤️ Love it!!!
    Take care, Chloe

  5. Hi Chlie,

    Love this Easter table with the grey bunny plates which are perfect. Adding the pink Dogwood plate is a great compliment and who doesn’t love Dogwoods?

    The chocolate bunnies are a pretty and yummy finish.

    I’m enjoying getting out some posts for spring. We need decor and joy.


  6. Barbara G. says:

    Such a pretty table and decorations! Love all the different dishes.

  7. I remember when pink and brown became the chic color combo. I think it’s timeless, and that’s a very pretty tablescape! Happy Spring, Chloe!

  8. Very sweet table! Love the soft grays and pinks. The chocolate bunnies are so cute and I like how you presented them in the coffee mugs!

  9. Hi Chloe

    Love the pink and gray combination. Another job well done. Stay safe out there!

  10. Those chocolate bunnies would disappear quickly! I love the muted tones and elegant simplicity of the table. I hope all is well dear friend.

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