I am so excited to host Easter this year and my table is ready!
I am happy to share with you my bunny-themed tablescape.
This vintage textile-inspired tablecloth is from Williams Sonoma and features springtime bunnies wearing pastel ribbons around their necks.
This whimsical bunny print table runner was purchased from Cachet along with this set of four chick votives and Del Mar pastel plaid candles. The candles are placed in a pair of Fenton candlesticks from Grand Bazaar Antiques.
I alternated these pretty yellow and green patterned napkins-purchased from Seasons-placing one in each glass in a crescent napkin fold designed to resemble bunny ears.
This gorgeous centerpiece is from a boutique florist called Bloomers in Chatham.
For the place setting , I chose this beautiful vintage dinner service of fine china layered on gold melamine chargers. The china is decorated with sprays of pink and yellow briar roses on a cream colored background, with a gold rim. The back of each piece is marked “Theodore Haviland New York Made in America”. The silver, 1942 Watson Sterling silver Windsor Rose, belonged to my husband’s grandmother.
This beautiful crystal butter dish is from Summit Antiques Center.
I used antique Easter postcards (dating back to 1910) from Summit Antiques Center as placecards and placed them in these egg-shaped placecard holders
from Williams Sonoma.
These polished alabaster eggs are handcrafted in Italy and have a discreet cut in the top to hold a place card for Easter brunch or dinner – or any springtime entertaining. Each set includes a rainbow of colors: pink, green, yellow, blues and purple.
 Here is some Easter home decor including these pewter Mr. & Mrs. Easter Bunny.