Tablescapes, Hopping to Easter

Are you thinking of Easter and all things Spring?

bunny wreath

Bunnies and carrots and lots of green things…

bunny vignette

We’re hopping towards Easter with a bunny or three

spring table

They brought colored eggs for all to see

Easter centerpiece 3

Fresh garden vegetables in the basket for guests

carrots and bunnies

Lot of carrots of course, they’re always the best!

spring table

A candlestick formed with a mug and a plate

cup and saucer candlestick

Mixing and matching is fun, and this turned out great~

Hopping toward Easter 3

Even though I don’t have a complete setting for 8…

painted fork

Forks painted to match, but I only have 4

mixing and matching

So I mixed in some silver and green

spring table

and over all it looks pretty keen

vegetable garden centerpiece

We’re hopping towards Easter for this dinner with friends

Easter table 2

And when dinner’s over and this evening ends

bunnies, carrots and eggs

I can easily transform this table into a new Easter setting

Hopping towards Easter

A Bunny Bonanza you won’t soon be forgetting!

bunny wreath

Stop back by tomorrow for some incredibly easy recipes you can “hop up” in minutes for an effortless dinner party~

Juicy Details

wreath, bunnies/Pier 1 last 1-2 years

Pfaltzgraff Villa della Luna dinnerware

carrot basket/Home Goods last year

assorted faux vegetables/World Market last 1-2 years

Painted Flatware tutorial here

painted flatware


I will be sharing with the fabulous parties and blogs on my side bar and

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25 Responses to “Tablescapes, Hopping to Easter”
  1. Lynn says:

    Hands down that wreath is the neatest Easter decoration I’ve ever seen! Absolutely adorable:@)

  2. Candy S says:

    I love your creative candle holders, they are so perfect for a hippity, hoppity spring table. The painted flatware has not escaped my attention either, I love the forks. My mind has turned towards creating a lively Spring table too. The ice and snow have melted and the daffodils will be blooming in a week or so, I am so ready for a vase of pretty jonquils to grace a cheerful Easter table.

  3. I am going to have that Pfaltzgraff pattern one of these days! I absolutely love it and your gorgeous table!

  4. Jenna!
    I just had to stop by to say thanks so much for coming by and leaving the sweetest comment! I smile every time you come by!
    And I’m so glad to have found this post! Your decor is so festive and fun!
    I’ve been so busy with kids on a minimum day schedule and our youngest son’s birthday party this weekend – that I’m behind on my Spring posts. I’ve been decorating for Spring and Easter over the last week, and loving the cheeriness of it all :0)
    You’ve inspired me to take some time before the weekend to get a Spring inspired post out!
    I hope that you’re having a beautiful week sweet Lady!
    PS Your potato and chive pie looks (and sounds) so yummy! I think it would make a lovely Easter brunch dish!

  5. Rosie M. says:

    Oh, Jenna, what a fun table! I love your candle holders (great idea: do you mind if I copy it?). There is so much color and so many treats to look at, it’s hard to know which to compliment, but it all comes together to sing, “Happy Spring!” Where did you find your “mossy mat”? I need something like that for my Easter table. Love your painted flatware, too. This table will definitely make an impression with your guests. A great celebration of spring, especially after a harsh winter. Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

    • Thanks so much Rosie! Yes, please copy anything you like, I would be flattered~ I think I got the mossy mat at Hobby Lobby, it was last year and I really don’t remember, but that’s my favorite shopping source~

  6. hollybertone says:

    Happy Easter Jenna! I love this table – so much fun for Easter. I love the painted forks too! Hugs, Holly

  7. I love your Easter decor with all the bright & happy colors! I would love for you to stop by my blog and join our Something to Talk About link party!
    Happy Spring!

  8. Brenda says:

    Your tablescape looks fantastic! I like that you made it work with what you have. I never knew you could paint silverware! I’m here from the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop.

    • Yes! I have been meaning to paint some more, just haven’t gotten around to it. Target had these forks for $1 each and they don’t bend easily like some cheap flatware does.

  9. Mary says:

    Love your Villa della Luna for Easter Jenna! The terra cotta rims and bowls are the perfect carrot color! Your creativity knows no bounds with your mug/candleholder 🙂

  10. plutrell says:

    All so cute and fun…I really like the wreath. Thanks for sharing with the Thursday Blog Hop!

  11. Debbie says:

    The Villa dinnerware is fabulous! I’ve been admiring it for about a year and I think it needs to hop into my shopping basket 🙂 What a darling wreath!!

  12. Jacqueline says:

    Oh my! I need some painted flatware! How fabulous is that? Now I could have them in any color! Yes!! This is such a fun and colorful table. I feel like the bunnies have just moved in and are ready for delivering their eggs. What a cute idea to set your flatware on the boards too. I just featured a bunny like yours last week – they have to be some of the cutest bunnies around! So fun to visit this great table.

  13. Kim says:

    Oh, I love those forks! Your table is so fun and colorful. What a great bunny bonanza…happy spring tomorrow! 🙂

  14. lulu says:

    I haven’t even thought of an Easter table. I’m thinking I’m a little slow on the draw when it comes to holiday tables maybe because I don’t have a lot of stuff that fits. Your table is full of fun, and I especially like your breath, er wreath!

  15. Brittany says:

    This is so fun & colorful! Definitely gets me in the mood for spring & Easter celebrations. Thanks for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty 🙂

  16. Cute post!! What really caught my eye is the fork placed on a cutting board – is it there to be used for something you are serving? – I love that idea!! And the painted forks are adorable, too!

    • Thanks Patti, no I just placed the boards there for interest…I did use them on top of a plate stack one Thanksgiving with a cheese straw turkey on them at every place, and for a wine a cheese party where everyone got their own little cheese board…they are fun little accessories I got at Homegoods I think… >

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