Easter Bunny Giving Out Eggs Tablescape
One way to really enjoy holidays and special occasions is to create a Tablescape. My Easter Tablescape this year was really fun to create and so whimsical with Easter bunnies giving out eggs to all our guest.
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This year I decided to give my Easter tablescape a botanical look with a touch of whimsy. I found all of my Easter decor pieces at one of my favorite places to shop for events, Oriental Trading. Shop Easter shop here.
Thanks to Chloe of Celebrate and Decorate for taking the time to coordinate these fun Tablescape events! Links to about 24 more Easter Tablescapes to see are near the bottom so keep going! If you are joining me from Blue Sky Home, isn’t she talented!
LAYERING THE TABLE COVERS
To create the botanical look, I selected a variety of earth tones and textures including faux grass and faux boxwood greenery.
My table begins with layering a beige tablecloth and two runners. The first runner is brown craft paper which is topped by a faux grass runner. Go see how I used the faux grass runner before on this Fairy Garden Tablescape.
I knew I wanted to feature Easter bunnies in my centerpiece so I was excited when I found all of these matching bunnies at Oriental Trading.
I fell in love with those adorable sisal bunnies when I saw them. They fit my botanical theme and how cute are they with their little orange baskets! I filled their baskets with mini Robins eggs and decided to pretend they are scattering them onto the grass for the hunt.
Outside of the fence on both sides of the table is a row of pastel colored tiny baby chicks. Those remind me of my childhood when my Dad would buy me and brothers a baby chick at Easter.
Each place setting has a cute little vintage look bunny stamped drawstring bag filled with Easter eggs. Each egg is filled with a surprise.
A burlap charger anchors our simple place settings. White dinner plates are topped with the most adorable ceramic pink bunny plate also found at Oriental Trading! I thought those bunny plates were unique and different. I especially like the ears. Isn’t it super cute!
At the top of each setting is a ceramic bunny with a basket. A grassy Easter egg fit perfect into the basket.
If we are not planning to serve food on the buffet I will decorate it for special occasions. This year I decided to decorate the buffet for Easter so I could carry the botanical look throughout the dining room.
My biggest inspiration for the buffet decor were the square boxwood mats. I used four of them hung closely together to create one big square on the wall behind the buffet. Centered in the middle is a twig Cross decorated with flowers.
A two tier ceramic bunny anchors the center of the buffet. He hat rim holds more Robins eggs. The second shelf has egg shaped candy Reese’s hid among grassy Easter eggs.
More grass bunnies and a couple pretty pedestal bowls anchor each end. They are Mercury Glass with a Rose Gold pedestal and can be found at Oriental Trading also. Each bowl is filled with Marshmallow Easter egg candy individually wrapped.
Don’t miss the little lamb resin figures I lined along the boxwood on the buffet. They serve as a reminder that Easter isn’t only about hunting eggs. John 1:29 “The next day he saw Jesus coming to him and said, “Behold, the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!”
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More Ways To Celebrate Easter
- Set an Easter Kids Table like this one with lots of fun and whimsical touches they will enjoy.
- 21 Easter Coloring Pages, free to print.
- Make these cute and whimsical Easter Egg Cups with Dollar Tree supplies to use on the Kids Easter Table.
- 15 Family Easter Traditions to start this year.
- Make Pastel Rainbow Deviled Eggs for a little Easter food fun. Everyone wants to eat these pretty eggs. Recipe included for Southern Deviled Eggs.
- DIY these Easter Bunny popping out of the grass Flower Pails for tabletop Easter Decor. They are a Dollar Tree craft that look expensive.
- Easter Sunday is always a busy day. Cook your Easter Ham in the Crockpot using this easy recipe for Brown Sugar & Pineapple Glazed Ham.
- Make Your Own Blue & White Moss Ball Mini Topiary tabletop decor. It’s an elegant looking Dollar Tree craft.
- Hang a fresh new Spring colors wreath on your front door like this DIY Monogram Spring Watering Can Wreath Another elegant Dollar Tree DIY.
Please enjoy visiting all of our Table Styling friends with beautiful Easter Table inspiration for you.
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Belle Blue Interiors
Life and Linda
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The Painted Apron
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Harbour Breeze Home
Our Crafty Mom
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My Thrift Store Addiction
White Arrows Home
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Southern Nell Gracious Living
My Family Thyme
Blue Sky at Home
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The Little Yellow Corner Store
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Shirley, your Easter table brought a smile to my face! The sweet centerpiece you created with the moss runner and those cute bunnies are all so lovely. Your buffet is decorated beautifully! It is always fun to hop with you. I hope you are safe and healthy. Easter blessings to you and yours!
Thank you Shirley, for sharing your delightful Easter tablescape at the Tuesday Turn About Link Party. Hope you will come back to visit us soon!
Shirley, what a darling table centerpiece for your Easter table. There is something to be said about a little white picket fence. Your bunny collection is so adorable. They look like they enjoy playing in the yard. Your buffet is just as stunning as your table. Your wall hanging with the cross is so unique and so appropriate for Easter. The moss bunnies work so well with all of the greenery. I hope you have an enjoyable Easter holiday and please stay safe and healthy.
I love the grass runner and all the festive Easter touches! All so cute!!
Oh Shirley, your adorable table reminds me of Easters when I was a kid (a long, long time ago lol!). So heartwarming. Especially love the table length grass runner and centerpiece. Those little lamb resin figures are so cute, and actually look vintage. The entire room is sure to bring joy and smiles for anyone lucky to have a seat at your table.
This is so cute! Love the botanical theme you created and all the miniature animals. What a fun table to enjoy while dining! Wishing you a nice Easter!
Shirley, this is such a fun and whimsical table. The bunny plates are really cute and different. Your buffet is also lovely. I especially love the cross on the boxwood! He is risen is the Easter story! Wishing you healthy and a Happy Easter!
Oh, Shirley, this is really adorable! I keep forgetting about Oriental Trading being such a great party source, but I used them extensively when my girls were young. You’ve done such a wonderful job of making their items look outstanding. The plates are cute, the runner with fenced bunnies and chicks outside just so sweet, and the buffet with the little lambs is very special. My husband loves those marshmallow eggs so much, he will get about five bags when we first see them. They tend to not be stocked like other candies! Take care and be safe. Happy Easter.
What a sweet table full of fun treasures. I especially love your pink bunny plates. Stay safe and healthy.
Shirley!! I just love your tablescape…and your arrangement on the buffet is so cute, too. It’s so much fun to be blog hopping with you today.
The layers are a great way to give your Easter table a foundation. I love using a mossy runner and you have topped yours with so many sweet little accents. Eggs, bunnies, and those adorable tiny little chicks! I love how you added some of those same sweet little accents to your buffet. I hope you have a happy Easter and please stay safe and well.
Shirley, your table is so fun and full of whimsy. Love the pocket fence centerpiece .
The pink plates are cute and so different with their unique shape. Spring has spring and your table and buffet look wonderful. Love the overhead shot. The bunnies and candies are perfect. Looks like a pretty garden party. A pleasure hopping with you.
Wow, Shirley! You really hit this Easter tablescape right out of the park (pun intended). This is just so much fun, and would bring a big huge smile to anyone who pulled up to this table. Love the picket fence!! I’m really happy to be included on this blog hop with so many talented ladies!! So well done!!
So many wonderful details at your Easter table!! I especially love your two tier ceramic bunny server and those sweet little lambs! Happy to be hopping with you this week. Happy Easter wishes to you ♥
There is nothing cuter than a bunny garden!! So many cuties out and about! Your buffet looks wonderful too, love the boxwood mats hung together for a beautiful background! Such a happy Easter scene!
Love your birds eye view of your tablescape. Your center piece is so attractive. I love the tiny multi colored fuzzy bunnies. Isn’t it fun to enjoy our whimsical things.
I love your buffet and the real reason for Easter portrayed. Have a blessed Easter and take care to stay safe.
Fun blog hopping with you.
Shirley, I love your whimsical tablescape and mossy accents! So cute–pinning! Blessings, Cecilia @ My Thrift Store Addiction
Shirley, I love your botanical theme, especially the green moss as a runner. The fencing around your centerpiece is a grand idea. The bunny dishes are really cute too. Have a lovely Easter.