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Easter Tablescape and Bunny Hop Tour

Welcome to my Easter Tablescape and Bunny Hop Tour. Today I’m sharing how style a fun and creative table for Easter.

I love Spring and especially Easter. I’m excited to be joining a very talented group of Blogger’s for a Easter Tablescape and Bunny Hop Tour hosted by Kristin at White Arrows Home. We hope this tour will help to brighten your day!

Links are available at the end of my tour.

DIY Easter Tablescape Ideas

Planning my Easter table was so much fun this year. Like many people, I’ve been doing a lot of projects to stay busy. So my table planning began with my DIY Twig Plate Chargers, which you can see the instructions for here. Once I made these charger’s, I knew I wanted to use them for my Easter Table. I was inspired to plan a woodland table complete with natural wood elements, pewter bunnies, vintage tableware, and lilac’s.

I found these pewter bunnies from Marshall’s and thought they would be a perfect compliment to my woodland theme. I loved this bunny holding a wood egg.

Wooden Elements for a woodland Theme

In addition to the twig plate chargers, I decided to stack a couple bread boards to create a fun Easter centerpiece.

Since I was using lilac’s for the centerpiece, I wanted to add just a touch more lavender to the table. These lavender embroidery napkins were an Amazon find.


I recently found the wooden napkin rings at a thrift store for only 25 Cents. I was doing a happy dance out the door. To see more about Thrift Store Shopping click here.

The simplicity of my vintage white ironstone plates were the perfect choice for these organic twig chargers. Finding these pewter bunnies resting on a wooden base was icing on the plate. LOL
I choose two large bread boards for the center piece riser. The vase is a large ironstone piece that I filled with faux lilac stems.
I used these vintage water goblets during the Christmas holiday’s and I felt the color was a perfect choice to include with the natural woods and greens inspired table.
This fat little pewter pitcher was a recent thrift store find that really completed this table setting.
All the natural elements inspired me to put paint to canvas and the result was this sweet lamb and mama. I was inspired after seeing so many new born lambs on Instagram. I thought this was a perfect example of “Mother’s Love”. It includes the scripture Love is Patient, Love is Kind.
This little resin sheep was only $2.00 and was so cute! Of course I had to find a way to add it to the view.

I corralled my cabbage salad plates and extra silverware in a woven bread basket.
A long view of the overall space.
I chose to not add a table runner or table cloth to my table. I felt the texture of these twig chargers added just the right amount of natural organic design.
One of my favorite decorating tips is to mix your vintage treasures with new items. It creates a much more interesting table.

Thanks so much for stopping by today. I appreciate your comments and will be glad to answer any questions. Please be sure to Hop over to the other blog sites for more Easter Tablescape Inspiration.

XOXO

Rachel

Follow the Tour

Dabbling and Decorating

The Ponds Farmhouse

Shiplap and Shells

Easter Bunnies

White Arrows Home

“Mother’s Love” prints will begin shipping this week.
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Barbara Crochetiere

Saturday 24th of July 2021

Rachel, my name is Barbara and I was wondering where you got your dining table that is in the Easter photos. I absolutely love it. My email address is bacrochetiere@yahoo.com. That you so much.

rahrags@gmail.com

Sunday 25th of July 2021

Barbara, I have had that table for 40 years. It was our first major purchase. I've painted it several times over the years.

Anila

Wednesday 25th of March 2020

Hi I like so much your blog. your ideas and your work are so perfect .Congratulations.

rahrags@gmail.com

Thursday 26th of March 2020

I really appreciate you for taking the time to stop by.

Mary from Life at Bella Terra

Wednesday 25th of March 2020

Rachel, I am so happy I discovered you through Kristin at White Arrows Home and this blog hop. I love your twig charger, but better yet I love your story. My husband and I are thinking about selling everything and starting over again. You have inspired me! On a separate note, I wanted to let you know I featured you in my blog today, Life at Bella Terra. I hope that is okay but more than ever, I believe my subscribers need inspiration, hope and beauty. Since I was excited to find you, I am hoping they will love what you do too. Here is the link if you are interested in seeing the post: https://lifeatbellaterra.com/2020/03/spring-and-easter-inspiration/

rahrags@gmail.com

Thursday 26th of March 2020

Mary, Thank you so much for this. You are so sweet to do this. I can't wait to see. Are you still planning to go to the retreat in June? I hope so because I was looking so forward to meeting you.

Kristin

Tuesday 24th of March 2020

I'm in love with this color combination! The pewter, greens and lilacs is just gorgeous! It all turned out so lovely! I love the chargers!! I'm so inspired!

rahrags@gmail.com

Thursday 26th of March 2020

Kristin, Thank you so much for organizing this fun HOP. I appreciate your support and help so much. I love forward to so many more collaborations. I have gotten so many comments on your cute bunnies. Everyone loves them. Rachel

Stacy

Tuesday 24th of March 2020

It looks gorgeous Rachel! I love all the natural texture! xoxo

rahrags@gmail.com

Thursday 26th of March 2020

Stacy, I really appreciate this and also all your help with my first HOP. I am so glad we connected here.