Tablescapes, Bird’s Nest Soup

“Why are we going to kill eggs Gigi?”

“No, silly, we’re going to dye eggs, that means color them”




“OH! Okay!”


spring centerpiece


Then I got an idea for a table using their sweet killed eggs and some bird’s nests


Easter egg centerpiece


What recipe would I serve, why of course, Bird’s Nest Soup would be best!





A fresh light concoction would fill up these bowls




Served with plates of delicate lemon filled egg rolls


golden Easter eggs


Did you know that in the authentic recipe for Bird’s Nest Soup


egg hunt

The main ingredient is, Ta Da…


bunnies nest

Real bird’s nests 😱


birds nest


Not kidding, Ha Ha!


Bird's Nest Soup table


Now I am going to plead innocent here




I’ve never had Bird’s Nest Soup




I always thought it was just noodles and broth that was clear



spring egg centerpiece


You can click here to get the real scoop


birds nest soup


Since learning about this soup and it’s secret ingredient,



egg hunt table


I think I’ll make salad, it’s much more expedient…..

I hope spring is springing where you live!


I will be joining these fabulous parties and blogs

Celebrate and DecorateRustic and Refined,

Between Naps on the Porch, Coastal Charm, Cooking and Crafting with J&J, The Scoop, Something to Talk AboutA Stroll Thru Life 

Crafty Staci,   Tickle My TastebudsWow Us Wednesday

Full Plate Thursday, Share Your Style, Work it Wednesday

Home Matters, Idea BoxGet Your DIY On, Poofing the Pillows



21 Responses to “Tablescapes, Bird’s Nest Soup”
  1. Jodi says:

    Out of the mouths of babes 🙂 so adorable <3

  2. Children have the best comments, how precious! I always look forward to your posts! Happy Easter, Jenna!

  3. Emily says:

    Hi Jenna, The “egg dying” did take an explantation, how cute for such a cutie. Your table is beautiful, I love all the moss. I love moss! Salads sound delish…………

  4. Kitty says:

    Awww I love how kid’s think, Jenna! I’ll bet the dying of eggs was fun with your cutie pie.
    I think I’ll go for salad, too…no bird’s nest soup for me! Your table looks so pretty, and I have that same birdie that’s holding the blue egg.
    Happy Easter blessings, Jenna!

  5. So cute, Jenna. The kids had a ball dying eggs it looks like. Fun table. Happy Easter.

  6. Lynn says:

    Ha-ha, your helpers are so sweet! Enjoy all these great memories Jenna:@)

  7. Marigene says:

    What a cute table, Jenna. Love all the bird nests and colored eggs. I am still chuckling over killing the eggs!
    Enjoy the rest of the week…and Happy Easter.

  8. Mary says:

    I think I’ll pass on the bird’s nest soup Jenna 🙂 I do love your nesting details at the table! I miss having little someones to dye or kill eggs with! ♥

  9. Jemma says:

    Children, they delight, surprise and “tell it like it is!” I just love this sweet Easter table!
    Thank you so much for sharing it with us today at Thoughts Of Home On Thursday!
    Happy Easter,

  10. Laura says:

    How precious! Your Easter table is wonderful and I love knowing about Bird’s Nest soup!

    Thanks for joining TOHOT!

  11. Myrna says:

    Love the color combination, especially the eggs.

  12. What a darling tablescape! I think I’ll stick to salad too.
    Thank you for linking up this wonderful post on Thoughts of Home on Thursday. May you have a glorious Easter!

  13. What a lovely table. How cute your story is. Loved it!

  14. lulu says:

    I got a good chuckle out of your grandson’s comment. Don’t you just love kids? As for your table, I can always depend on you for creating with color and a great sense of fun.

  15. Rhonda says:

    Cute post! And your tablescape is just fabulous! Very pretty and whimsical, love it! ~Rhonda

  16. I love the Bird’s Nest Soup surprise Jenna~ gorgeous table with the moss mat and all the spring eggs/birds/nest accents. My favorite spring theme! You are a fun Gigi!!!

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