If last week was a manly sort of tablescape - this one is all about Easter fun for kids - anything but manly.
Here's an overview of the Easter table.
A look at the place setting. White plate with this years Cracker Barrel Easter salad plate. I love the basketweave and the bunny with all the spring flowers. The cloth napkins are placed between plates. I used blue, green, yellow and pink napkins -- all colors of the tablecloth and in the plates as well. Each place has a water glass with the paper napkin in it and a small footed sherbert cup with Easter shred and a tiny chocolate bunny and two eggs.
A close up of the Cracker Barrel plate. I was lucky to get these 25% off! I also got two egg cups, but I'm not using those today.
Here's a top view of the sherbert cup.
Same cup from the side.
Looking at the centerpiece. A bunny on toe with eggs. The basket tray has Easter shred and a "sugar" bunny, three eggs, three ducks and a creamic egg.
She's just got the sweetest little face.
A close up of the basket of Easter goodies.
One more picture of our dancer - this reminds me of all the dance recitals for Katy - the costumes and the toe shoes. Fun days.
The twins are too young to eat at the table just yet - but I've set a place for them anyway. Here's one little bunny cup - this side shows Mama bunny and daughter bunny.
This side shows Daddy bunny and son bunny.
Here's a cup that was a gift when our son was born - almost 30 years ago.
This shows the other side.
This is a close up of the tablecloth - I've had it for years and can't remember where I got it. Maybe Garden Ridge.
Last we have a Easter platter I've also had for years - this came from Walmart. I hope that you've enjoyed a look at "Easter on the table" at my house. For more wonderful tablescapes, be sure to visit Susan at "Between Naps On The Porch" - no matter what your style, there's always a table set just for you!
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