Hop down the Bunny Trail to find a Cottontail Confectionery Tablescape to celebrate Easter. You’ll find additional Spring and Easter table and centerpiece inspiration from 20 table stylists and bloggers.
Easter is less than three weeks away and in anticipation, I’m hopping down the bunny trail for an Easter Tablescape Blog Hop! You’ll find Easter table inspiration from 20 table stylists at the bottom of this post.
Welcome to the Cottontail Confectionery . . .
Bunnies, Jelly Beans and Candy Eggs. . . all handmade daily!
Bunnies hopped to the table offering sweet confections, nested in pastel paper shred “grass”. . .
And a tablecloth with pastel eggs provides a colorful foundation for an Easter table.
Assorted white bunny dishes are layered on floral plates with jelly beans resembling speckled eggs.
Vases are filled with more jelly beans and sweet mini chocolates found at Dollar Tree. . .
With playful bunny cupcake stands to elevate the fun!
More bunnies hopped to the table in the form of napkin rings. . .
And bunnies, outfitted in their pastel foil finery, resemble chocolate but are calorie free.
Mini Lindt Chocolate Bunnies and Chicks come in a convenient 5 pack –> 4 for for the table at each placesetting and 1 for the tablescaper. ;)
They’re nesting in a pastel egg cups filled with paper shred “grass”.
Help yourself to a chocolate egg, chick or bunny or Hazelnut Chocolate Carrot.. . something for everybunny’s sweet tooth!
White Bunny Dishes / Grace, HomeGoods, several years ago
Dinner Plates / Mikasa Endearment, used HERE
Tablecloth, Napkins / Target, several years ago
Bunny Napkin Rings / Pottery Barn, several years ago
Pastel foil bunnies / HomeGoods, used HERE
Bunnies with Baskets, Egg Cups / HomeGoods, several years ago
Flatware / Mikasa Cameo Gold
Stemware / Mikasa French Countryside
Many thanks to Chloe of Celebrate and Decorate for organizing this hop!
Click on the links below for more Easter table inspiration:
Celebrate & Decorate
Home is Where the Boat Is
Living With Thanksgiving
The Little Yellow Corner Store
My Hubbard Home
Corner of Plaid and Paisley
The Sweet Sensations
Belle Blue Interiors
Red Cottage Chronicles
Life and Linda
Mantel and Table
Life at Bella Terra
Bluesky at Home
Calypso in the Country
The Painted Apron
Me and My Captain
My Thrift Store Addiction
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Between Naps on the Porch
I love all the bunnies and pastels! You find the cutest things. The sweet packages of candy, egg cups filled with pretty shredded pastel papers and candy are such eye candy I would find it hard to dismantle them to eat.
The pastel egg tablecloth was a great find and provides a great background for your white bunnies. I love the Mikasa Endearment plates. Wow, Amazon has so much!
Your design sense always delights. Thanks for sharing your tabletop expertise.
Mary, when I opened this link I was struck by the pastel panache on the table! Your use of all the pastels – from the cloth to the jelly beans and chocolates, right down to the pastel grass is with such style! It really makes the whites outstanding, and those soft rose plates in your stack are perfect too. I am in love with those little bunny dishes, including the cupcake stand. And the foil bunnies without calories? I thought you were bluffing until I went to the link where you used them previously. Those are unique! If ever I should visit your abode and you temporarily find missing bunnies, no worries. I hear they multiply quickly so you should never be without. ;)
It is hard to believe that Easter is so near, and we may have the chance to gather again.It was along year, and I’m really looking especially forward to this spring and being outside without feeling like I have to hold my breath around others. I do hope we continue these tablescape hops in some fashion. They have been true entertainment and creativity for me, and you’ve consistently inspired me. Happy Spring! I can’t wait to see your gardening efforts too. Virtual gardening is actually quite nice. ;)
Oh my goodness, the foil bunnies are just too too cute. That is the kind I need as the others disappear so fast. Once I am out and about again Home goods is the first store I am checking out and it’s close to my two favorite stores Barnes and Noble and Michaels. Your creativity and attention to detail continues to amaze me. Thank you so much for starting my day with such delight.
Delightful table! Love all the bunnies and candy assortment. Thank you for sharing this.
Mary, Your Easter table is delightful! All of your cute bunnies, chicks, beautiful plates and linens made me happy and put a smile on my face! The pastels all blend so well. The chocolate candy looks delicious! There’s so much to look at and enjoy. Love it! Hopefully you can solve the real bunny dilemma before your perennials are eaten. I certainly hope so! Your yard is beautiful. We’ve been moved up to a level 4 out 5 for severe weather tomorrow. We hope you don’t have it in your area. The temps are too hot for spring (80+ degrees!). Enjoyed this Easter feast for the eyes! Take care. Clara ❤️🐇
Thank you Clara! I was just watching the weather about these storms pushing through, scary stuff. They’re in our forecast for Thursday. Stay safe! ♥
Delightful tablescape! Love you you have bunnies and eggs, candy and otherwise everywhere.
Mary, I must say your cottontail confectionary tablescape would delight my Ella Mae. She looked at my table and asked why there was no candy on it! I just love the whimsy of the rabbits and candy. The egg tablecloth is the perfect backdrop for your “sweet” table. Endearment is a lovely pattern and it works so beautifully with your overall pastel tablescape. I hope your resident bunnies will find somewhere else to eat rather than your perennials. It is always a pleasure to hop with you, Mary.
We have had so much rain during the night and forecasts of severe weather tomorrow. Stay safe if it comes your way♥️
Oh, the bunnies, & chicks, ‘n eggs…oh, my…so many possibilities… It’s pastels at their finest. franki
LOVE IT ALL! I did my table but don’t have near the items here…and, being my dinning table is the one we eat at every meal, I would be moving it all but still this is beautiful! My favorite are the chintz plates and the foiled rabbits!
We were thinking along the same lines of pastels Mary…as our table stylings are similar today.
I am finding the sweet softness of pinks, blues, yellows, and lavenders are soothing to my palate these days. I, like you, have had these pieces for many years, but they never cease to make me smile. I am thinking particularly of the little white cupcake lifts with two little bunnies helping each other up to see what is on top. (Mine are pink) They are perfect with all your other bunnies and candies. I have not visited Home Goods in over two years now, but I can’t wait to go inside the sticks and bricks store to see all the pretty things they have to offer. I love Amazon and have done on-line shopping long before the pandemic, but would make the exception to see all the “goodies” from your table alone. I adore your pastel egg tablecloth, and what a find at Target. And who wouldn’t want guilt free chocolate? I am also envious of your Mikasa dinner plates with their delicate flowers. My very first set of dinnerware, purchased many moons ago, was/is Mikasa’s “Just Flowers”.
It is always such fun to be among all these talented table stylists on these Holiday Blogs…just when you think one might run out of ideas…new inspiration bursts forth like Spring flowers pushing through the fresh smelling earth. And your tables are always among the first I choose to look at …because I know I am going to be smiling and enjoying your talented displays.
Happy Spring and Easter from the Gulf of Mexico to your beautiful Lake Norman.
I don’t get any of the Easter stuff out until after St. Patrick’s Day, but this post really has made champing at the bit. Everything is lovely, Mary. I am so ready for spring.
Mary, Who needs an Easter basket when they can have a seat at your beautiful table? The tablecloth is a fitting foundation for your candy adorned table! Your collection of adorable bunnies are fantastic! I wish I could find all of my Easter decor! I refuse to just buy more! Those delicate floral salad plates are so pretty and complement the rest of your table beautifully. I visit often, as you are always an inspiration, and I know we will be partnering again in the future! I also hope to make it up to your beautiful lake one of these days!
Thank you for this absolutely perfect post! This is an extra special Easter for me, and I’ve needed a little boost to get my house decorated this year. Thank you, thank you, thank you, hop, hop, hipetty-hop…. Easter joy to you, Mary!
Is there is anything that says Easter more than jelly beans? This Cottontail Confectionery would certainly be a big hit with my little bunnies, a carrot patch of sweets and treats! You have gathered so many adorable bunnies and edible eggs and sweets, and the Easter egg cloth is as cute as it can be. Delightful Mary!
My favorite is the momma bunny looking back at her wee ones in the woven porcelain basket. Your entire tablescape is wonderful . Have a happy, hopeful and healthy Easter.
Mary, I just wanted to reach into your post today and help myself to a chocolate bunny! Such a festive table from the themed tablecloth to all the bunnies, candy, eggs and all things Easter. So absolutely cheerful! Happy Easter to you and your family. So fun hopping with you today!
Sweet little foiled chocolate bunny in the egg cup. LOVE IT!
Oh Mary, your sweet cottontail confectionery theme reminds me of opening a colorful basket of goodies on Easter day! I love how you paired elegant dishes with whimsical displays, and of course…CANDY! It is a pleasure to “pull up a chair” to your festive table! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction
Mary, another lovely table full of confectionary delights and fun. The pastel tablecloth is the perfect backdrop for this pretty table. The little chocolate in the egg cups is so cute. Love the sweet bunny napkin rings. You always find the perfect accessories to make your table pop. Always a pleasure to join you on these fun hops. Happy Spring and upcoming Easter.
This table is a work of art. . . . .I love it. You have quite the talent to put it all together. Thanks for the sources too.
Always the perfect table. This one is so soft and pretty and pastel. Beautiful! You are so talented. The best part of the day to click on your link! :-)
What a gorgeous table – so perfect tor Easter! I love that Easter egg tablecloth and the way you played off the colors from it. You have so many pretty pieces that make this table so special. Those bunny napkin rings are precious! Thanks for sharing your talent with us all. So great to hop with you again!
Mary, your cottontail confectionary tablescape transported me back in time. I felt like a young child on Easter morning when I opened your post. Every single detail is lovely and adds to the whole setting.
I especially love the large white ceramic bunnies with a quilted basket in front of them.
It’s always a fun day when I’m hopping with you!
Mary, I can smell the chocolate and candy from here! I love how you use the candy to display your tablescape. Your white leaf dishes and delicate dinnerware are exquisite. The centerpiece bunnies and napkin rings are bold and playful and are perfect to display all of the scrumptious treats. The pastel egg tablecloth is the perfect backdrop to all of the assortment of candy. I love the “calorie-free” foiled bunnies. They, too, have me craving chocolate. It is such a pleasure to blog hop with you for these past several years. Your talent is immense. Happy Easter.
Love, Love, Love it all! Bunnies are my favorite. I leave them out all year long.
What a fun idea to do a confectionery table. Can I come? It almost looks to pretty to eat though. I love all of the white mixed with the pastels. It’s so fresh. It was fun hopping with you today!
Such a pretty table setting – love all of the pastel colors of spring – and the candies! Yum!
Mary, in true fashion, you have created another beautiful table! It is a feast for the eyes. The pastel color palette and precious bunnies create the perfect Easter setting. I am swooning over those pretty floral plates. I hope that you have a most Happy Easter!
Bunnylicious! Each time I see your foil faux bunnies, I regret not adding any. They are so sweet to add in.
I like to use the mini chocolates too, but I bought them too early. Only one pkg remains out of three. The tablescaper indulged in more than the extra one. Love seeing your confectionery table. I need to get an Easter/spring table set.
Your Cottontail Confectionary is adorable! My toddler granddaughter would love this, but maybe not as much as I do. Your table is bright, airy and playful, and I would have a tough time resisting all the goodies, especially the Lindt Bunnies. The Easter Egg tablecloth is so pretty and it would be hard for me to only use it one season a year. Beautiful table Mary!
Very pretty Mary! I’m ready for pastels and some nice warm spring weather:@)
You’ve piqued my curiosity with the foil wrapped bunnies with no calories — is that even possible!?!?! :) I love your wonderful assortment of chocolates! And the bunny napkin rings are adorable! You always do such a lovely job Mary! Thanks for doing it again this time! So fun to hop with you!
Mary! What a delight!!! I feel like I won the golden ticket, like Charlie touring Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory, a confectionery display like no other!! Your table is just packed with adorable treats and goodies. The bright colors of the candy just pop off your pastel and white backdrop. Soooo cute!! It has been such a pleasure hopping with you all these years. I hope we will be able to continue hopping together in the future.💕I hope you have a wonderful Easter 🐣
Mary, I’ve never seen so many Easter treats in I w place. So adorable with your pretty dishes. Love all you bunnies too. I love the feminine feel of your lovely table.
Your table is “Easter on Parade”! What wonderful eye candy! Pastels and Easter go hand in hand for sure and you did it up right. Years ago when you featured the foil bunnies, I loved them instantly and purchased Mr. Bunny ( he looks so daper). Wish I had more, they really look like the kind with chocolate inside. 😀 The floral plates are perfect, love it all. Once St. Patrick’s is over, I’ll be getting out my bunnies too! 🐇🌼🐇🌼
Nothing better than waking up to sweets in the morning!
Mary, I’m on a sugar buzz after touring your confectionary masterwork! Always love how you’ve incorporated candy into other tablescapes like for Halloween. So clever in the centerpiece elements as well as table favors for guests.
Oh Mary, there are those Endearment dishes again….swoon!!! I your other post, I didn’t see the pattern. I just LOVE them💕. Now those found bunnies are just the cutest and all the candy would make me so happy. This Easter table is putting a smile on my face. 😊
Mary, what a clever name for your table…cottontail confectionary! I just love the abundance of chocolates and jelly beans! The pastels are so cheerful and perfect for spring. The view of the lake in the background is beautiful, too. I especially love the white bunny plates in the shape of a leaf…they’re so unique and whimsical! Your tables are always so gorgeous and inspiring. It’s been an honor to be in your company on these hops the past few years. I hope you have a wonderful Easter!
Mary your post is adorable and quite lovely. Love all the bunnies,chicks and everything else. Looks like you are ready for Easter Bunny’s visit.
Marilyn,Joan and Marion
It always makes me happy to enjoy your posts! Thank you! The bunnies and pastel colors and yummy chocolates make a great table setting. Happy Easter!