This is one of my favorite tablescapes, mostly because I've been doing it each Easter for years. If you're not a fan of the pastel look, it might sort of give you a toothache, but just for this holiday, I really love it!
Yep! Lots of pastel!!!!
It always starts with this vintage tablecloth with these devilish looking bunnies.
Doesn't he crack you up?
There are eight matching napkins.
This is the way I like to use them.
These white wooden rabbit napkin holders came from Pier One, years ago.
And the other vintage feature is the LuRay china, which I have collected for years. It comes in four pastel colors, pink, blue, green, and yellow. It is from the '40's.
I sometimes use just one color at a time for a very different look, but the mixture is the way it was sold. As I am posting this, I see that there is some stray moss on the plate. Here's one for the bloopers.
Then, I used this pink flatware to really make it over the top springy!
I'm not much for hand painted glasses with leopard or "girl's night out", or some of the crazy things you can find, but I LOVE these with Easter baskets painted on them. Needless to say, they only get used once a year!
For a little bit of class, I added Waterford wine stems. I always debate between red or white wine glasses, as there is a difference of opinion of what goes with ham.
Even the LuRay salt and pepper set comes in two colors.
I always think this is the perfect table to use this little matching dish and spoon with foxgloves on it. It is Carlton Ware. I think I'm going to start keeping my eye out for more of this. It sure is sweet.
The centerpiece is more of a vignette than an arrangement. I found this vintage toy fence several years ago and I decided to make a vegetable garden with it.
Bunny McGregor tends the garden.
I "planted" the garden with brussel sprouts for cabbages, little summer squash tops, and baby carrots with rosemary for the tops. Then I surrounded the dish with green moss to resemble grass.
Here's last year's table. I used pink linen napkins and added a bit more silverware. I'll do the small bouquet of flowers in a blown out egg placed in the wooden egg cups again, but not until Sunday. I'll also use this flower mold for butter.
Have you been noticing these fun little bunny nutcrackers?
Maybe a bit much?
Well, I couldn't resist when they came in exactly the same colors as the LuRay china. You know, my mantra is "It's not done until it's overdone"!
Here's the coffee and tea tray. I saw a pink LuRay pitcher at my bridge buddy's house this week and I wanted to run out with it, but I guess I can't have it all!
What do you think? Too much? Well, remember that everyone is already on a sugar high from the Easter baskets, so why not send them into a total sweetness coma!
I'm linking up with Susan at Between Naps on the Porch for her Thursday Tablescape party.