The dessert table is ready for Easter. Now, I have to get the desserts made.
I started with a tablecloth that features gardening bunnies.
This bunny in overalls seemed like an appropriate centerpiece with the tablecloth.
The flowers growing on Easter eggs are place card holders. I used them here since I won't be using place cards on the dinner tables.
The bunny tassel on the chandelier came from an Etsy years ago.
We'll use my Bunny Toile by J. Willfred plates.
I learned the hard way that it isn't a holiday at our house unless there's banana pudding. The one time I didn't make it, everyone wanted to know where it was.
I bought these Bakelite cups at an estate sale long ago. The colors remind me of Easter eggs.
Spoons for banana pudding are in a Bunny Toile mug.
My sister-in-law, Diane, gave me this beautiful plate about 20 years ago. I'll be serving brownies on it.
We can top our brownies with ice cream. The Arthur Court tray belonged to my mother-in-law. I don't remember where I bought the ice cream server, but I get a lot of use out of it.
Diane also gave me this bunny in a cabbage tureen long ago. I'll serve chocolate sauce for the top of your ice cream, which is on top of a brownie, in it.
If somebody needs a quick chocolate fix, I have chocolate eggs in my mother's cracker server. (I've needed a few chocolate fixes myself, so that server may be empty before Easter).
I haven't decided what kind of pie I'm going to make yet, but whatever I make will end up in this bunny plate. I bought two of these at an estate sale. They are metal, and I think they are children's plates.
I put the dessert forks in another Bunny Toile mug.
The bookcase is decorated with Easter cards and a set of Easter plates I bought at a Williams Sonoma Outlet sale one year.
I'm slowly (very slowly) getting ready for Easter. Thank you for coming for a visit.
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