Is your Easter basket as big as mine? I’ve mentioned before that we normally host about 30 family members for Easter dinner. I’ve recently mentioned that my sweetheart is running for public office in a six county election. The election is in May, so we are currently living and breathing “campaign”!
We are so disappointed that we’ve had to give up hosting Easter dinner for 30 this year, but we didn’t think that me being committed to an insane asylum would be very good publicity for his race.
We will be hosting our son and his family and our daughter and her family for Easter dinner, so I have arranged the table in the study for desserts.
Egg-delivering bunnies encircle my Easter basket on the table.
We’ll use “Bunny Toile” plates by J. Willfred.
My sister-in-law, Diane, made this adorable ceramic bunny in a cabbage tureen for me. I’ll serve banana pudding in it.
We’ll use these vintage “Glasbake” cups for our banana pudding. I bought these at an estate sale years ago, and I love using them as bowls, especially for Easter, since the colors remind me of dyed Easter eggs.
A cracker server is filled with spoons for the pudding.
Cookies will fill this ceramic plate, which was also made by my talented sister-in-law, Diane.
Forks for cake eating. (At the rate I’m going, we may only have dessert for Easter dinner!)
Maybe the Easter bunny will fill my huge basket with chocolate!
Wishing you a wonderful Easter weekend. laurie