I’m hopping down the bunny trail with a table for Easter, with bunnies, eggs and a spring blooming centerpiece!
Green and white toile bunny plates are layered on cabbage leaf plates atop carved white chargers, and moss bunnies hopped to the table to join a centerpiece of spring blooms.
Daffodils are the harbingers of spring and if spring had a “smell” it would be hyacinths! This blooming centerpiece uses both daffodils and hyacinths in a “welcome spring” centerpiece or for your Easter table!
You can find a quick & easy method to create a centerpiece for a spring or Easter table, HERE, no green thumb required! It takes about 10 minutes to create once you have your supplies gathered. After your flowers are spent, plant them in the garden to enjoy the blooms next spring.
Mini pots of hyacinths have mini colored eggs. . .
And speckled jelly beans fill cabbage leaf bowls.
Portmeirion Botanic Garden is one of my favorite flatware patterns for spring and Easter! It’s hard to photograph but if you look closely you can see butterflies below the tines of the forks.
The weather is ideal for dining on the porch in North Carolina. The mercury hit 80 degrees yesterday which is too warm for my liking for April! We’re on a typical weather roller coaster for spring, but still a tad too early to plant with freeze warnings for this weekend.
Tabletop gardening with spring blooms provides some flower therapy and helps bide my time another couple of weeks until we’re past our freeze date.