Our Easter dessert table is ready for desserts, which I haven't prepared yet. Hope I get it all accomplished in time to fill these plates!
Guests may pile their desserts on a Bunny Toile plate by J. Willfred.
They can eat banana pudding from vintage Glasbake, handled-bowls that I bought at an estate sale.
Cookies will be offered on this Arthur Court tray which belonged to my mother-in-law.
Forks are in a Bunny Toile mug, a gift from my friend, Susie.
There will be pound cake on this cake tray.
Sugared strawberries to top the cake will be served from this bunny on a cabbage. The serving bowl and the bunny plate under it were made by my sister-in-law.
Another mug from Susie holds spoons.
Easter candies will fill the cracker server that belonged to my mother.
When I was putting together the centerpiece, I made it so large that it became an end-of-the-table-piece.
A few years ago, my friend, Susie, also gifted me with the pretty faux Hydrangea bunny. I don't know how I got lucky enough to have a generous friend, who also has such good taste!
I'd better go start getting the desserts ready, so these dishes won't be empty on Sunday.
Thank you for reading my blog post, and have a wonderful weekend.
This post is partying with Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch.