Carrots and Cabbage and Tulips for a Spring Tablescape

What is more suited to a Spring Tablescape than carrots and cabbage and tulips?  How about some soft little bunnies holding your napkin at the ready?  I am so please to have gathered twenty nine talented bloggers to share their Spring Tablescapes this week.  Come along on the hop, if you aren’t joining us from one of the others, it is easy!  Just click on a link at the bottom of the page and you and our little bunnies can hop along from blog to blog touring all of these lovely blogs!

Spring Tablescape

Although I have way too many dishes, I don’t more than a couple of sets that are large enough to serve more than four or six.  For Easter this year I will have seven or eight.  These fruit embellished pink dinner plates are ones I picked up in Reading, Pennsylvania more than thirty years ago.  I don’t know where I got the little opaque pink salad or dessert plates, perhaps I picked those up at the same time.  Spring Tablescape Did you see my little dollar store plush bunny wreath?  Bunnies tend to multiply and I have so many that I decided they needed to grace my Springtime table, too!  I found these fun plaid napkins at Target!  Pioneer Woman flatware in soft gray seemed like the perfect flatware for this pastel dominated place setting.  Spring Tablescape I really don’t like to sew, but stitching together the paws of the bunnies was well within my skill level.

Spring Tablescape After stitching the paws together, it was easy to roll up a napkin and pull it up through their arms.  Easy as can be, I have Easter bunny napkin rings!  Spring Tablescape Now, why am I showing you this picture of my front yard?  I REALLY wanted to use some of these decorative cabbages in my centerpiece for my table, but my husband planted these and was so proud of how they grew he said ‘no’.  Finally this past Sunday he did say it was time for them to be replaced and I could cut what I wanted.  Spring Tablescape It is hard to argue that these cabbages look beautiful tucked into my white planter box along with carrots, brussel sprouts, tulips and daisies.Spring Tablescape With my table setting being special, my centerpiece is really the icing on the cake of this tablescape.  Spring Tablescape As much as I love my centerpiece, I am afraid that the one cabbage in the middle is a little large for dining at the table.  For show, this will do, but for dining, I think platters of food will have to replace my centerpiece.  I hope you will take the time to check out all of the other bloggers participating in the blog hop.  Just click on the links below to see the tablescapes by these talented bloggers.

Everyday Living | Home is Where The Boat Is | Hunt and Host
Up To Date Interiors Salvage Sister & Mister

Life and Linda | My Kentucky Living | Etched in Colloquy
Living With Thanksgiving | Charleston Crafted | The Bajan Texan

Sweet Sensations | Belle Bleu Interiors | Our Crafty Mom
Fjolla’s Table |  | A Casa di Bianca | Bluesky Kitchen

Panoply | PMQ for Two | The Robin’s Nest
Dining Delight | Celebrate & Decorate

Simple Nature Decor | Rosemary & Thyme | Supper Table Talk 
From My Carolina HomeThe Painted Apron 

I will be sharing this at the following link parties:  Tablescape Thursday , Make it Pretty Monday 

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  1. Chloe, What a beautiful and lush centerpiece with your bounty of veggies and flowers! I love the addition of your homegrown ornamental cabbage! Those bunny hugging napkin rings are too cute! I can only imagine how thrilled kids would be to have them at their Easter placesetting 🙂 Thanks for all your efforts and organizing this Spring Blog Hop!

  2. Chloe, your centerpiece is beautiful, and your husband was sweet to allow his ornamental cabbage to join the other veggies and flowers! Your crafty napkin holders are just too cute. It has been a pleasure to join all of the talented ladies that you assembled for the blog hop. Thanks for all of your time and energy to make it successful! Happy Spring!

  3. Wow, Chloe, you’ve really got the touch when it comes to centerpieces. That is gorgeous! I had to laugh at your teasing fate with your husband’s garden – too funny. Love your self-deprecating comment on sewing. I was beginning to think there was nothing in the creative world you couldn’t handle with finesse. Truth is, there are several alternatives to sewing now such that no one need be an ace seamstress to make great results. You’ve knocked another blog hop out of the park – thank you so much! Happy Spring.

  4. Awesome centerpiece!!! Flowers and vegetables are perfectly arranged in your stunning centerpiece. Glad your husband consented to cut his cabbages because it all went together beautifully. Chloe, you have the gift of creativity! The bunny napkin holders are adorable and finding the cute pastel plaid napkins was a find for your table.

    We appreciate you and recognize the time and effort it takes to organize and execute a blog hop. It has been a fun week meeting new bloggers and enjoying the ones we already know.

  5. How clever to use ornamental cabbage Chloe, your centerpiece is just gorgeous! The carrots are brilliant! And the bunny napkin holders are too cute, who doesn’t love a soft, furry bunny! I bet each guest will sit down and immediately give their bunny a hug! {well, maybe not the guys, but I certainly would} So adorable! The only thing I have multiples of is my wedding china, I think it’s much more fun to have 2s and 4s of plates so you can have a variety and mix and match! Thanks so much for the wonderful hop this week, all the tables have been so beautiful and each unique!

  6. Very sweet table Chloe. Your centerpiece is so perfect. Your hubby is a sweetie to allow you to cute his cabbage. The bunnies on each plate is so fun and cute, plus creative. A lovely tablescape to welcome Spring. Thank you again for setting this fun tablescape blog hop. I hope to update the latest links later today. I have been traveling, so it is difficult to change the links. Happy spring.

  7. Chloe, what a gorgeous Spring table. Your centerpiece is absolutely stunning, along with your beautiful color palette. How adorable are those cute bunnies holding the lovely Spring napkins. Thank you so much for hosting the blog hops. It is always so much fun! Happy Spring, sweet friend!!!

  8. So happy that you got to use the cabbages! Your living centerpiece and the adorable bunny napkin rings offer something fun for the adults and the kids. I can’t thank you enough for organizing these blog hops. I’ve met so many talented bloggers and have received tons of inspiration. You’re the best!

  9. Chloe, I am so in love with your beautiful tablescape! The bunnies holding the napkins are just adorable and the centerpiece is stunning! You really inspired me. I am so thrilled to be included in this fun hop and have enjoyed meeting so many wonderful bloggers and talented ladies! Thanks for organizing this!

  10. Of course, the hostess of the Blog Hop should have a fabulously set table and you SURE do! So pretty and so cute! I adore the bunny napkin rings you created – great idea! Your centerpiece is spectacular – I hope your hubby enjoys it too since he contributed 🙂 I would love one of those long boxes for my table, you’ve styled it so wonderfully – need to get my hubby working on that one of these days. Happy Spring and thanks for putting this blog hop together – appreciate your efforts so much!

  11. Chloe your centerpiece is gorgeous.I like your bunnies on the plates.Everything is stunning.You gave me such a wonderful ideas.Thank for for bringing us together on this blog hop.Wishing you a wonderful Spring

  12. I love love love your centerpiece arrangement! And the sweet bunnies that hold the napkins….very clever Miss Chloe. I am so happy to be part of your tablescaping troupe. What a talented group of ladies! Sheila

  13. Chloe, that centerpiece is a showstopper. Absolutely gorgeous. And the bunnies as napkin rings! Such a cute idea. All over, just a stunning tablescape. Thank you so much for hosting and getting us all together for such a fun week.

  14. What a swoon worthy Table. Yous have combined the colors of the flowers to blend well with the rest of the tablescape. I love that painting of the boat. Absolutely beautful. I think my table in my screened in porch is the same table I have. It looks so similar. Thanks for doing such a great job on this Blog Hop! It has been an honor and great pleasure.

  15. Hello Chloe,

    I have to agree with everyone, your centerpiece is magnificent. What a stunning piece to dress a spring table. And those bunny napkin holders are genius. Such an adorable idea. I also love the pastel colored napkins. They add a nice pop of color to the table.

    The ornamental cabbage are gorgeous. Congrats to your husband…

    Thank you for hosting a this fun blog hop. I know it has to be a lot of work. You certainly managed to bring a great group of bloggers together. It has been pleasure…..

    Have a glorious spring.


  16. What another fun idea from your table! Sewing the bunnies is a nice touch…and those flowers with carrots! The chargers, of course, are the perfect garden choice. Thanks for such a fun hop. Happy Spring!

  17. Chloe, thank you so much for having me n your lovely easter tablescape tour. Your bunnies are adorable, and I love the centrepiece! There’s so much to look at in there, it’s the perfect piece for your table.

  18. Chloe, this is so cute! Thank you for sharing. You will be one of the features tonight at the Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. The shindig starts at 8:00pm CDT. Hope to see you at the bash! Happy week to you! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

  19. Your table is so colorful and so ready for spring and Easter love how you used the bunnies for napkin holders what a great idea.

  20. I am going to put in some flowering kale so I can use them in a harvest decoration this fall ( if the deer don’t eat them first).

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