Find an eggstravaganza of egg-themed table décor, bunnies and blooms to create a table and celebrate Easter. You’ll also find additional floral and table inspiration from my Monday Morning Blooms friends.
It’s one of my favorite days of the month, when I join my blogging friends
for some flower therapy and Monday Morning Blooms.
You’re in for a treat today, as we’re egg-cited to welcome
two guest “bloomers” joining us for our
April and Easter edition of Monday Morning Blooms:
Sarah at Hyacinths for the Soul
And Janet from Rosemary & Thyme.
You can find their links to their beautiful floral inspiration at the bottom of this post.
Easter is this Sunday and I’m hopping down
the bunny trail with a tablescape in anticipation!
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An Easter Egg Delight Tablecloth provides a pastel and colorful
foundation and theme for a table with bunnies and eggs!
Egg-shaped plates with bunnies hopped home from Pottery Barn several years ago.
They’re served up on scalloped plates surrounded by a spray of flowers
on white chargers.
I was hoping to set a table outdoors but Mother Nature was not cooperative.
March went out like a lion instead of lamb, with a week of blustery winds,
making it challenging to even photograph a table on the porch!
Bunny cabbage vases provide blooms for a table in anticipation of Easter. . .
tulips and hyacinths, with decorative eggs tucked inside.
And egg shell vases are blooming in floral egg cups at each place setting.
I cracked the eggs along the top of the smaller end and
saved the shells to use as vases in egg cups at the table.
I photographed my table in stages over a couple of days,
working around periods of rainy weather and wind.
While I waited, the small pieces of hyacinths,
tucked in the egg vases opened up!
Bunnies are dressed in the Easter finery of sequins and beads in napkin rings. . .
And flanking two-tone Mikasa Cameo Gold flatware,
accenting the gold scalloped rims of Mikasa Endearment plates.
To create a centerpiece for the table and to hold some sweet treats,
I stacked graduated sizes of bunny cake pedestals and cupcake plates.
To give them some stability and keep them secure,
I used Museum Putty, also known as Quake Hold,
recommended for common household surfaces that are
finished, sealed and waterproof, such as glass and china.
If you’re not familiar with Museum Putty,
it has the texture of Silly Putty. . . just pinch off some pieces, rolling
them between your fingers to warm them and make them soft and sticky.
Apply firmly to the bottom of your object, placing putty on opposite sides
or around perimeter for secure adhesion.
Press your pieces together, slightly twisting to create a little suction to hold.
For best adhesion, let it sit overnight.
When ready to remove the putty, twist slightly while pulling gently.
Bonus: the putty pieces are reusable!
Help yourself to some Easter treats. . .
La Suissa Chocolate Eggs, Easter Egg cookies or a
Lindt Easter Mini Chocolate Gold Bunny.
Bunny Egg Plates / Pottery Barn, several years ago, used HERE
Dinner Plates / Mikasa Endearment
Bunny Cabbage Vases, Gracie China / HomeGoods
Bunny Napkin Rings, Chargers / HomeGoods
Easter Egg Tablecloth / Amazon
Flatware / Mikasa Cameo Gold
Goblets / Mikasa French Countryside
White Wicker Placemats / Ballard Designs, several years ago
Napkins / Pottery Barn, several years ago
Bunny Pedestals / Pottery Barn & HomeGoods
Visit my talented friends and table stylists to see their floral inspiration this week:
Pam at Everyday Living
Lidy at FrenchGardenHouse
Janet at Rosemary & Thyme
Sarah at Hyacinths for the Soul
The winner of a copy of The Art of Beautiful Tables is Linda G.
Thank you to Hoffman Media for sponsoring this giveaway.
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