Easter table setting

April 05, 2012


The kids will be here again this Easter weekend and we have lots
of activities planned, like golf, shopping, a movie and doggie walks.
Then church and brunch on Sunday.


With so many busy hours planned, we will have to keep
our mealtimes at home pretty simple.

The table is set and two do-ahead dinners are planned.


My table looks pretty and thought I would share lots and lots
of pictures, with as many shopping links as I can find.


All of the pewter and pewter and porcelain pieces in the buffet


 The white plates and much of the plain white pottery in the buffet
are recent purchases from Pottery Barn,
 inexpensive and beautiful.

 

The painted wooden napkin rings are German Wendt and Kuhn.
A quick internet search and it looks like these are no longer available.
Captivated by their sweet charm, I bought 10 of these years ago.

The napkins are Le Jacquard.  Their website is not easy to navigate,
so go here for a good selection of these lovely French linens.


The fresh white and green stripe cotton tablecloth is from Unison Home.


I love the wheelbarrow toting bunny!  He has fresh apple blossoms in his backpack.


The green goblets are vintage carnival glass.

Below the buffet are 12 drawers for storage.  Thank you, old house.


Every one has a chocolate ducky at their place setting.
Thank you for all your kind comments on 
my romantic table post,  I am very flattered.
I love to set a pretty table and so happy that now with this blog
I have someplace and someone to share it with.

I hope to get back to you once more before Easter.
I'd like to share my finished Easter sweater with you...
if I get the pictures!

Linking up to Naps on The Porch,
 Show and Tell Friday,
and Thrifty Decor Chick, go take a look!

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9 Comments

  1. Beautiful table, I love the colors and the bunnies are adorable.

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  2. Oh your table is beautiful and that hutch with the arched top is just too much, love it and all the platters and pieces it is decorated with. Lucky you!! The wooden napkins ring are cute as can be. Great job and thanks for sharing.

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  3. What a beautiful table! I love those precious little napkin rings. Your dishes are so pretty and all of those little bunnies!
    Happy Easter to you and your family.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  4. What a beautiful and fun Easter setting! I wish we were coming to dinner :) Have a wonderful and meaningful Easter ~

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  5. EVERYTHING on your table is lovely! I love the bunnies...too adorable! Following you! Happy Easter♥

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  6. That is so beautiful - and I love all the lovely shades of green - a sign of new life.

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  7. The sideboard behind your table is very pretty! Table is lovely too!

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  8. Kristen, thank you so much for such beauty and inspiration! Love your setting and photos!
    Happy Easter!

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  9. After seeing that table, I'm sure the Easter Bunny Himself will kick it up a notch next year. Looks divine.

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