Predictions are that our Easter egg hunt may get rained out. I decided to set a bright Easter table in an attempt to combat the weather.
It all started with this bright floral tablecloth. I remember buying it from a sale stack somewhere years ago, but I have no idea where I bought it. Each napkin is held by a different colored metal flower.
The dinner plates, Syracuse China, Roslyn, were an estate sale purchase. I ordered the chargers from J.C. Penney after I saw them on another blog long ago. The flatware was our wedding selection, Old Master by Towle.
I love this vintage-looking bunny that my friend, Susie, gave me. I'll be setting two more tables for Easter dinner, and a different bunny Susie gave will be the centerpiece for one of those tables. What would I do for Easter décor if Susie wasn't my friend?
The bunny is hiding eggs in a field of flowers. These decorative eggs were another estate sale purchase. For that matter, what would I do without estate sales? (You're right. I'd have a lot less junk!)
The chick is our salt shaker and the egg is the pepper shaker.
A Williams Sonoma Easter plate will serve butter. I love the W.S. Outlet almost as much as estate sales.
This is probably the only one of this year's Easter tables I'll get posted, so I'll wish you a blessed and happy Easter now. Thank you for coming to see our bright tablescape.
If you want to see our Easter tables in past years, click here.
And this year's dessert table is here.
I'm partying with Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch.