I only have one table set for Easter, so I'm sharing it today. When I finish another table, I may come back and add it to this post. After I loaded these pictures, the bunny ear napkins made me laugh.
You may already know that I don't mind a little humor on the table. At the end of this post, I'll show you how to make these giant bunny ears, in case you also don't mind a little humor on the table. On top of my white metal chargers, I used Royal Doulton dinner plates. There is no pattern name on the back of these plates. Of course, I got them at an estate sale long ago.
I'll have to cut fresh Jonquils before Easter. The other night, when a storm was predicted, I ran out and cut a few in case the storm beat them all down.
I can't solve the riddle of which came first, the chicken or the egg, but I can tell you that in this case, the chicken holds salt, and the egg holds pepper.
When I took these pictures, I hadn't finished the table, so the finished table is in the picture below.
I've also completed a second table, so I'm sharing that one too.
I used our wedding silverware, Old Master by Towle.
On top of my Lace by Kennex chargers, I used Roslyn dinner plates by Syracuse China.
I'm still trying to wait to cut my Jonquils for the centerpieces, so please excuse these wilting flowers. The china baskets on both tables belonged to my Mother.
In case you want to add giant bunny ears to your Easter table, here are the easy peasy instructions.
Let me know if you decide to add a little humor to your table.
Thank you for hopping in today. I hope you have a wonderful Easter weekend.
This post is partying with the Centerpiece Wednesday at The Style Sisters and Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch