The pink tulips I bought a few weeks ago as young plants grew into blooms suddenly last week. I quickly set an Easter table that we have enjoyed for several rounds of guests and family visits.
I gathered a bunny and a few tiny sparkly eggs for the centerpiece.
My family members keep walking by, grabbing the eggs, and asking if they’re candy.
Go ahead – bite it and see…
I placed the Pom-Pom Sweet Tweets behind the planter. A centerpiece needs to have interest on the back side.
The table cloth is a vintage cloth from my grandmother – PAM’s mom.
The plates are summer plates for outside. The salad plates were at T. J. Maxx last year, and the dinners are from Tuesday Morning.
I found the sunny gold chargers at Hobby Lobby and the Pioneer Woman flatware at Wal-Mart.
The tulips were such a vibrant pink at first. Now, they are fading to soft shades of pinkish purple.
Egg cups in a set of six for under $6 were irresistible at that price – Tuesday Morning, of course.
The green stems from Dollar Tree are unbeatable for the number of tablescapes they complete.
I found the perfect alternative for blowing egg whites and yolks through a teensy hole in each egg…
Yes! Wal-Mart to the rescue again. After my marbled hollowed eggs crushed to pieces when I dropped the container last year, these plastic ones will be a nice replacement!
Except, for this table I wanted them left white…nested and tied with ribbon or twine.
Twine won. Somehow it reminds me of something Jesus would have worn before going to the cross.
I like to include hints of Jesus in my tablescapes whenever possible – especially at Easter and Christmas. Those occasions ARE all about Him, you know.
More eggs and bunnies are gathered under the French Country Plate Shelf.
Rush to Hallmark and get you a bunny napkin weight.
Ha! Light from the window reflects on his eyes, making him look a little spooky. Yikes! Wrong holiday for that!
Have you set your Easter table yet? Do you have your Easter Sunday menu planned out?
I’m sharing this table at Tablescape Thursday.