We were delighted that our wonderful neighbors were able to enjoy Easter Brunch with us. They have two of the most adorable little girls you have ever seen. Girls make a pink tablecloth more tolerable for my two guys!
The base of this Easter table is a beautiful pink matelasse tablecloth my MIL gave me from Horchow. It is ablsolutely the most gorgeous tablecloth that I own. She has amassed a wonderful collection of the most divine tablecloths you have EVER seen. I am so fortunate to have her as an enabler of my tablescaping addiction. You must stop by and see some of her gorgeous tables HERE.
The floral arrangements are from ispirations found through out blogland.
The hurricanes are the same ones I made back in October from Dollar Tree pieces. Click here to see the tutorial from The Elephants Trunk.
Several bloggers out there shared the idea of using peeps & jelly beans in the base of their arrangements. I can honestly say that this was the first time in my entire life that I have bought a peep. Never bought one before, much less tried one, but they sure look cute in the floral arrangement! For filler I used peanut M & M's and some shredded glass. The beautiful tulips were a steal at Sam's.
I used my Billinsley Rose Spode China with the Red Stamp for our service.
My sweet MIL helped me pick it out and I just love it. Its my hand-me-down china that I never had. The peridot chargers really pick up the green in the plate as well as the other accent pieces. Click here to see how to make the chargers.
Gorham Chantilly is the pattern of my silver which was given to me by a dear friend. (One day I'll share that story as it is very special to me.)
Close up of the beautiful Jewel plates by Spode with the Billingsley Rose pattern.
Full table view. Don't you just love that pink tablecloth with the green chargers?!? Its even prettier in person!
Do you see that sweet bunny peaking out of his pitcher behind the flowers?
The water goblets are Simply Pink & Simply Lime from Waterford.
(Another great find of my MIL's!)
The peeps peeking out of their home in the hurricane!
The jadite candlestick holders were my grandmother's. They were perfect on this table. The little bumble bees were just a little extra I added. You can find them at Hobby Lobby in the floral dept.
Another sweet bunny. Imagine that! Bunnies on an Easter table.
Picked up these napkins rings at Hobby Lobby when they were half-off.
Ahhh! The Fitz & Floyd Bunny Pitcher. It is such a sweet addition to the table. I have a small collection of 5 bunny pitchers that I used through out the house to decorate for Easter.
Well, that pretty much wraps up the Easter Table this year.
Hope you had as lovely of a day as we did.