Easter Tablescape

Taking the Spring Tablescape from the blog hop to Easter was pretty simple.  I already had a good theme going with the yellow and green colors, and a few vintage rabbits.

Spring Tablescape @ From My Carolina Home

Last year I got these Easter crackers to have for the gals at the office.  But alas, the party I had planned to surprise them was not to be.  The little bunny faces and cotton tails are pretty cute though.

Easter Decorating at From My Carolina Home

I switched out the yellow flower plates with some really cute Easter Egg plates.  I’ve not used these, other than to set them out and photograph them.  They are a discontinued pattern at Pier 1, you all know how much I love that store.  No affiliation, yada yada.

Easter Decorating at From My Carolina Home

Putting the bunny crackers together with the egg plates and the setting now says Easter is here.

Easter Decorating at From My Carolina Home

I added little rabbit planters filled with eggs to the centerpiece.  There is one on each side of the yellow ceramic basket.

Easter Decorating at From My Carolina Home

The crackers will also stand up, adding dimension to the table and you can see their little cotton tails.

Easter Decorating at From My Carolina Home

Ready for an Easter celebration.

Easter Decorating at From My Carolina Home

Are you having an Easter dinner this year?

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16 thoughts on “Easter Tablescape

  1. Good luck with your auction! The plates are cute and colorful. I enjoy seeing your tablescapes. Your charming vintage pieces appeal to me a bit more than the more contemporary pieces. Will enjoy seeing what you do when you have to “pack up and ship” the plates. 🙂

  2. Gwynette in NW Arkansas

    Grandchildren live out of state and have already had spring break from school, so it’s just hubby and me waiting for the Easter bunny!! Love your tablescape. I’ve seen your yellow glass basket before and have serious basket envy over that one!!! Thanks for the tour around your table top wonderland!

  3. Sandy

    We will be hosting our extended family for Easter dinner. Always a favourite time of year. We are currently enjoying a spring snowstorm, but the weather should be much more agreeable in two weeks time.

  4. I love your Easter table, especially the egg plates. I’ve made my egg purchase for this year, though — earrings. They take up very little space. We haven’t even discussed Easter! Up till now, we’ve always been to big family gatherings before we moved or had a few people in after moving.

  5. In Italy we say “Natale con i tuoi, Pasqua con chi vuoi” that means something like “Christmas with your family, Easter with whoever you want”. But for me Easter too is with my family, so we’ll have an alfresco party in the garden of our little countryhouse! I hope for a warm and sunny day 🌞

  6. I loved the spring table . . and those Easter plates! I’m a little envious here. The bunny crackers are so adorable, I’ve not seen anything like them – where did you find those? Thanks for sharing with us at Brag About It! Pinned.

  7. That simple switch added lots of whimsy! I’ve been avoiding Pier 1 because I have zero willpower when I go in there. I may have to make an exception to check out their Easter decor. Thank you for sharing with us at Celebrate Your Story, and I hope you’re having a great weekend.

  8. I have two little rabbit planters similar to yours that I usually put in each of my kid’s rooms. I think they will grace the Easter table this year. Thanks for the idea.

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