Feeling a bit nostalgic, I’ve set a vintage Easter table in the formal dining room. I’ve incorporated tableware and linens passed down from both sides of my husband’s and my families, along with a recent find of soft pink, hobnail goblets.
A chocolate rabbit centerpiece, eggs and guest favors are a nod to my grandmother, who made and sold homemade Easter treats.
I’m so glad Easter is late this year! Not only does that provide a little space between other holidays, it also improves the chance of better, more spring-like weather here in Pittsburgh.
It just doesn’t feel like Easter without forsythia, daffodils and tulips blooming.
It’s April 1st as I compose this post, and this morning we awoke to a light dusting of snow — argh! A bad April Fool’s joke?
Today’s post is part of the Easter Tablescape Blog Hop, hosted by Chloe of Celebrate & Decorate. All this week, my fellow table stylist are sharing their creations.
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Pretty Pink Palette
It’s not often I set a table or decorate with a pink color scheme — not with living in a household of guys! But the boys won’t be home for Easter this year (sniff!). However, we will be seeing them two other weekends in April for family gatherings. Can’t complain about that!
When I started gathering together tableware and linens for this vintage Easter table, a soft pink and chocolate brown palette just kinda evolved.
First, I pulled out the vintage cake plate that belonged to my mother-in-law. I plan to use it to showcase a chocolate Easter Nest Cake. Sugar Hero provides an easy-to-follow tutorial that I spotted on Pinterest.
But, with Easter still weeks away, I’ve temporarily placed one of my faux chocolate rabbits on top of the cake plate. If I made the cake now, hubby would gobble it up! He’s a certifiable chocoholic.
I love the subtle shade of pink and the lightly etched design around the cake plate rim. Unfortunately, there are no markings as to who the manufacturer is. Anyone have a clue?
You can also see the cake plate in A Valentines Day Tea Party with Friends.
Calorie Free Centerpiece
Clustered around the cake plate are my collection of faux chocolate rabbits featured last year in, Chocolate Rabbit Centerpiece & Vignette.
Pink in the ribbon and faux icing decorating my favorite bunny ties in with the vintage Easter table color scheme.
Next, I placed vases (Dollar Tree) on either end of the centerpiece. Each holds faux cherry blossom, dogwood, and pussy willow branches (Michael’s, Old Allegheny). Adding water in each vase helps to create an illusion the flowers are real.
But, it’s too early in the season (and expensive) for real blooms on the vintage Easter table. Just like the chocolate nest cake, fresh flowers will have to wait until Easter weekend.
Most of the chocolate rabbit figures came from Old Allegheny Shop. See more marvelous finds Browsing for Easter & Spring Decor Ideas and Perusing Spring Open House.
They look almost as yummy to eat as the ones my grandmother made. If only they smelled like real chocolate!
Underlying the vintage Easter table is a soft pink, damask tablecloth that belonged to my husband’s grandmother.
To bee honest, I totally forgot I had the tablecloth and matching napkins in my basement, cedar-lined closet. Since inheriting them many years ago, it just never occurred to me to set a pink table.
Rabbit Ear Napkins
To incorporate the matching napkins into the vintage Easter table, I searched Pinterest for bunny-shape fold tutorials.
A simple fold into a triangle, roll/fold, twist and tie approach is quick and easy.
And to complement the centerpiece, I substituted faux chocolate for real eggs on the vintage Easter table. Like most of the chocolate rabbits, the eggs also came from Old Allegheny.
Designed to lay flat on a plate, the folded napkin wouldn’t balance and stand upright as I wanted. So as to not cover the pink plates, I elevated the bunny ear napkins by placing them in vintage champagne glasses. Each is perched on a bread and butter plate.
Or, try the more involved bunny-shape napkin fold in Sweet Rustic Rabbit Easter Table. Check out Napkin Folds for All Seasons, Holidays & Occasions for more ideas on how to use table linens.
Cambridge, Rose Point pattern champagne and water goblets belonged to my French great-grandmother. I’ve used the vintage, etched stemware in a number of other table settings. Most recently, shared in Meet Me at the Eiffel Tower Table Valentine.
A last minute addition to the table were these fabulous
vintage pink, hobnail goblets; recently found at a local resale shop called, The Savvy Fox.
Update: Thanks to my blogger friend Liz, I discovered the hobnail goblets aren’t vintage at all! Gorham made Emily’s Attic glassware from 2001-2004. And, they came in at least three colors — clear, blue and pink.
Only $20 for six glasses. And, they’ll go perfect with my Mikassa Silk Flowers dishes used in the tea party table too. Don’t you think so?
Guess I’ll be setting more pink tables going forward! Where will I store the glasses you ask? A very good question savvy reader! I’ve decided to make space by parting with eight, vintage purple glasses (that don’t match anything else).
Yes friends, this is a first — me parting with tableware!
It All Stacks Up
From the very start, I planned to use these wonderful pink, Bordello Pinero plates (Tuesday Morning several years ago).
Each is layered on top of a gold charger and my wedding china; Lenox Eclipse. Not exactly vintage, but from the last millennium, LOL!
A real chocolate rabbit or egg guest favor is placed on each of the pink rabbit plates. After all, I couldn’t temp guests with all this chocolate and not supply a real treat.
I just hope hubby doesn’t eat them all first! So, after I took the photos, I wrapped up the real chocolate and hid it in the pantry — seriously.
For Easter, I’ll use a tube of pink icing to write each guest’s name on the chocolate egg or bunny. Quick and easy place ‘cards.’
What I would love to have at each place setting is one of these fabulous faux chocolate, rabbit ‘boxes’ (TJ Maxx, Marshall’s).
Wouldn’t they be great filled with jelly beans or a special note? Unfortunately, I only have three.
Wallace Enchantress sterling silver flatware belonged to one of hubby’s great grandmother. I love it’s aged patina.
Other antique pieces passed down include this pretty sterling butter knife and small Limoges plate with fabulous details. Someday, I’ll have to see if I can find out the pattern name.
Normally, I wouldn’t set a vintage Easter table with coffee cups and saucers. But, I wanted an opportunity to share them with you. After all these years, I still love my wedding china pattern. I’m hoping it will pass down through my sons’ families someday.
Before you hop along to all the other Easter tablescapes, here’s a brief detour to last year’s Beatrix Potter Hunt in Mr. McGregor’s Garden. It’s my very favorite tablescape of any season, holiday or occasion.
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Next Monday, I’m excited to participate in the Hop Into Easter with 31 talented bloggers participating. Here’s a sneak peak of my Easter Home Decor Tour:
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Love your vintage décor mixed with your faux Easter bunnies Debbee…what a great collection! And your hobnail glasses are so pretty and a wonderful find. I prefer Easter when it falls later in April too. We had a light dusting of snow yesterday also but the temps will approaching 80 by the weekend. I enjoyed hopping down the bunny trail with you this week. ♥
Love hopping with you too Mary. When I bought the first two large bunnies they were a definite, have-to-have splurge — but, in hindsight I am so glad I did! Wow, snow that far south?! Darn crazy weather.
I can really sense the family memories this table holds, with so many beautiful pieces inherited from both sides of your family…the pink hobnail glasses are my favorite…At first I thought those chocolate bunnies were real!! That would be a lot of chocolate, but they are wonderful fun and the dark chocolate is such a pretty contrast to the pink and gold. Your napkin bunny ear eggs are really cute too! Yes, I wish Easter was later every year too, much more fun when the holidays are spaced out!
Jenna, thanks for hopping down memory lane with me! Sometime, I need to write down and catalog where/who family items came from for my sons — so they can understand the significance of different pieces and holiday decorations. Like the sterling flatware; it wouldn’t be my pattern choice and it’s got a number of nicks and pings. But knowing it’s about 100 years old, been passed down 3 generations, and set at countless family tables makes it priceless to me.
Debbee, the best tables are those with family memories. Your chocolate bunnies look so real, you would have fooled me for sure! Your bunny napkin fold is so cute and I love the pink hobnail glasses. I love that Easter is later also! It is always fun hopping with you and Happy Easter!
I like that the tableware and linens passed down through the family are reminders of loved ones no longer with us. It’s like giving them a seat at the table.
Loved it, Debbee! The faux chocolate bunny is one of my favorite Easter decorations this year!
I love how real he looks, even closeup in person. If I could only have on Easter decoration, he would be it!
I too thought the chocolate bunnies were real!! I have never seen these before! Love your table and I can’t wait to see your darling granddaughter in her Easter dress!
April Fools Linda! Even people that visit my home think they are real. My husband thinks they are cruel and unusual temptation, chocolate-holic that he is! I do have Easter decor and another table to share, but alas no grandchildren yet!
Debbee, you had me at chocolate and I believed they were real. 🙁 so glad to see the real stuff on your beautiful salad plates/ place settings. I’m sure your family will enjoy your wedding china and keep them as vintage. They are so pretty, I agree with your taste. You always have such adorable and inspirational tables.. …as I have told you before…I want to be you when I grow up. Have a great week!
Kari, I am resisting growing up or in just plain denial about aging! You don’t want to bee me, really! I know the boys want the Waterford crystal someday, but haven’t ever heard them comment on the china. Hoping without a floral pattern, or any color other than black, the design ages well. But these millennials are always picking plain white with silver dishes (if any china at all) in their registries these days. Of course, it’s really all about what their future wives like! I do have nieces I’d be happy to pass things along to.
Love how you placed the napkin bunny ears in the glasses…so clever as usual. And you “choc” rabbits are one of my fav things!
Another easy peasy napkin fold, like the turkey feathers on your beautiful Thanksgiving tables. B finds the rabbits a constant temptation for craving real chocolate. I did have to break down and give him several of the favors to snack on — one a day only. He’s already raided the jelly bean jar. I swear he has built-in candy radar! At your house, you wouldn’t have to worry about M sneaking any of this chocolate!
I love your vintage Easter table. From the faux chocolate bunnies to your elegant wedding china and lovely vintage Rose Point and pink hobnail glasses your table charms and keeps us unfolding all the creative layers. That tablecloth is gorgeous.
You are a gifted tablescaper, Deebee! I enjoy blog hopping with you.
I almost forgot. Your bunny napkin fold is ingenious!
And….does someone have your grandmother’s chocolate molds? I hope so.
Thanks so much for you generous compliments Bonnie! Alas, no one in the family seems to know what happened to the molds. It’s possible my grandmother had sold or given them away before she died (relatively young). There were quite a number of them; duplicates of many patterns too. That’s partly why these faux rabbits are so special to me; they are a visual reminder of happy childhood memories.
You know I love vintage, Debbee. Your table looks fabulously formal with just enough whimsy to bring it down a comfortable notch. Your family damask linens look fabulous. Love the bunny ear folds. Hope to join the next hop and be a bit more settled. A mid-April college reunion for Mr. P. would normally be something I look forward to, but it’s right in the middle of wanting to schedule some of the big moving. March was productive, hoping for that and more by end of April.
Rita, I’m glad you didn’t find the table too fussy, formal. I think those bunny fold napkins standing in the glasses help create some fun. Miss your blog posts, and look forward to your return. Hope you are seeing light at the end of the tunnel on the big move, and good homes for many of your lovely items and furniture. Thinking of you often!
Good morning Debbie, I loved your tablescape, filled with real and faux bunnies and beautiful china. Sometimes when I see that other women have kept their wedding china, I have a moment of sadness. I had to move around quite a bit, and packing and unpacking and doing again and again with packing less and less each time. My sons did not want my dishes nor my daughter. So it ended up at Goodwill. Other than that, I really enjoy your posts, you are a fine artist and I am learning so much from you. You certainly know how to dress a table. I would feel honored to sit at your celebration. Happy Easter.
Meg, so nice to hear from you and thank you for commenting. I’m sorry you had to part with your wedding china — that must have been hard. But donating it to Goodwill was such a generous gesture! I hope you take comfort in helping a worthwhile organization, while bringing some happiness to the person or people who purchased it. When I hosted the Alice in Wonderland, Unbirthday Party Reveal, I bought numerous vintage china pieces to create DIY Vintage China Tier Server Stand for Tea Party, decorations, and Alice in Wonderland Table and Party Favors. Please share your thoughts again on other posts.
Debbee, I am so intrigued with your faux chocolate bunny collection. I would love to be surrounded by so many yummy treats. I am sure you can do so much with this collection in so many varied Easter themes. It is so sweet that you are incorporating your vintage items from family into your setting. The beautiful tablecloth and dinnerware is such a classic. A true statement of elegance. Your vase with faux apple blossoms with water is a great idea and a nice touch. They definitely look real. The twisted bunny ear napkin is such a lovely detail. It is such a lovely Easter table! Happy Easter to you and your family.
When the dining room isn’t set, I usually just create a centerpiece of the chocolate rabbits — they look great reflected on the dark mahogany table. Every year I look for new additions, but have been unsuccessful. Aww, those are apple blossoms not dogwood? A gardner I am not; wish I had inherited my mother’s green thumb!
I love digging out my little bunnies of all sizes and material at Easter and my green bunny plates. I put a “Limoge” ceramic egg at each place setting filled with goodies. My traditional decor also includes baskets of antique German papier-mâché eggs and different colored baskets I made from a Martha Stewart magazine one year: silver, gold , green, rustic. . They are gorgeous and I look forward to them each year. Of course I still fill baskets for my grown boys, their wives, and my three grandchildren! What fun!!
Oh Maria, you have me dying to see your fabulous Easter decor — those ceramic and antique eggs! Wherever did you find them? Have you posted any pix in Pinterest? I have fun creating baskets for my grown sons and even husband. It’s fun finding non candy items, kinda like stocking stuffer things. At this point it’s often running socks, kitchen gadgets, men’s grooming thingies.
I’m in Florida right now but as soon as I get home to decorate for Easter -can’t wait- I’ll try to send pics. I collected antique German papier-mâché eggs over the years at estate sales and antique shows. I bought some new ones years ago at Harrods in London at Eastertime. I have found new ones that are nice also.
Would love to see pictures! But, I sure hope it doesn’t start me on another collection addiction! Maybe just a few to mix in with my faux rabbits…
I have some pictures but don’t know how to forward them. Do you have an email address?
The faux chocolate bunnies look very authentic. As much as I love an edible centerpiece I agree that it would be gone in no time, especially if it were chocolate. I’m a fan of most all things hobnail and your pink glasses are very pretty. Here in Michigan, we woke up to that same cruel snowy April Fool’s prank. Let’s hope that Mother Nature doesn’t have any more unseasonable tricks up her sleeve. Have a fun and peaceful holiday.
Sandra, sensation sweet maker that you are, have you ever made/used chocolate candy in traditional molds? How about a nest cake? I’m a little nervous since I’ve never made one before. Usually I make a standing bunny coconut cake with a mold I have, ice it white and sprinkle with coconut flakes to look like fur. Sorry for your snowy April 1. Today is going to be in the 50’s and sunny in Pittsburgh and it looks like the forsythia is starting to bloom. Hurray!
Your table is so “sweet” even if the chocolate is faux. Especially love the pink bunny plates and hob nail glasses. Thanks for sharing the nest cake, saved that on Pinterest right away. Happy April, can’t wait to see the rest of your Easter posts.
Leanne are you going to give the nest cake a try this year? If so, we’ll have to compare notes afterwards. The photos and instructions seem very straightforward. Wish I could have shared one of the blogger’s photos, but have to be careful of copyright infringement.
The cake will probably not going to happen this year. I will be in Chicago with family for Easter. My niece who is hosting is a baker so I’ll let her do her thing.
I had the opportunity to see this table in person, trust me on this one the pictures do not do it justice! The table setting is gorgeous, well done my very talented friend…
Oh Mare, whatever am I going to do when you move?! Who am I gonna go to for a second opinion, or to ping ideas off on for projects and parties? Sure going to miss you!
Rediscovered ANYTHING is a blessing, isn’t it? How nice that you ran across these for this tablescape! Nostalgia and beauty all wrapped up!!! Your “chocolate” bunnies look really good. I have seen some out there that look almost creepy, but yours are on fleek. (Does anyone even say that anymore? I don’t get out much!?) Pretty, pretty, pretty! And like you, I’m THRILLED Easter is a bit later this year. The days are clicking off too fast as it is!
It was really fun having that eureka moment when I remembered I had inherited the tablecloth. Although, I hadn’t seen it in so long (never having set a table with it), I had some fear that it was one of those I had passed along to Goodwill. For some reason, I thought it was badly stained — not so! Just goes to show I can’t depend on my memory anymore, LOL!
Both the pink hobnail and other stemware are so beautiful they are stealing my attention away from those “chocolate” bunnies. The “chocolate” rabbits are amazing, they do look like I might want to take a bite of those ears! This is such a special table for you since your grandmother made homemade chocolates. I love pink. The pink cake plate is so elegant and the pink salad plates with the bunnies on them are perfect for Easter! Thank you for sharing your talent for styling tables with us again!
After re-discovering that vintage pink tablecloth, I never expected to unexpectedly come across the hobnail glasses — must have been meant to bee! Thanks for all the effort you put into the monthly tablescape hops.
Debbee, you have a beautiful collection of faux chocolate bunnies. Love the bunny ear napkin fold. The wedding china is lovely along with the lovely vintage Rose Point and pink hobnail glasses. They are stunning. Who wouldn’t want a bunny butt cupcake? Truly a beautiful Easter table. Happy Easter to you and your family.
Thanks Linda, I sure do love those chocolate bunnies! The only other place I’ve ever seen them was in a Martha Stewart article years ago. Just wish someone in the family had at least one of my grandmother’s original molds.
Shirley on April 3, 2019 at 8:49 p.m.
Debbee, I have been following you for a couple years now and love your ideas and accomplishments. What a collection you have on all subject matters. Love your vintage set table for Easter. My very favorite was your Easter Egg Hunt Kit! Checked with Amazon but couldn’t get all the pieces together that I wanted. Great to hop along with you today. Happy Easter to you and your family.
That’s lovely to hear Shirley; I so appreciate you leaving a comment! Was Amazon out of the kits? Maybe you’ll win one in the drawing! Etsy seems to always have several of the Beatrix Potter figurines available for around $25 if you’re interested. And, this year, William Sonoma has ceramic Peter Rabbit plates, while Pottery Barn Kids is carrying melamine dishes.
Debbee, I love the mix of faux and real chocolate…I truly cannot tell the difference! Everything looks so pretty…I love the pink with the color of the chocolate! I’m always up for a touch of gold…your gold chargers with your wedding china are a perfect touch on the table! All so beautiful! Hugs!
Thanks Benita, I’m happy people are having trouble telling what chocolate is real and what is not. As Alycia commented, some faux chocolate rabbits have beady little eyes or glitter that make them look a little crazed, LOL! Was hoping to strike the right balance between the luxe of gold, not overwhelming with pink, and a heartwarming feeling with the chocolate.
What a gorgeous Easter tablescape, Debbee! The chocolate like bunnies are fabulous. I love the mix of vintage pieces with new items. I do that a lot for my tablescapes, too. It’s wonderful that you can use family items to create such a pretty display. I laughed about you hiding the real chocolate. I’d need to do that, too!
Beverly, I bet you are able to locate wonderful vintage pieces in Charleston? As thrilled as I am with the hobnail glasses though, it’s the items passed down in the family that hold special meaning. There are 2, no 3 times of year I hid chocolate from my husband — Halloween (Reeses cups are his kryptonite), Valentines, and Easter. When the boys were small, he’d finagle one or more or their Reeses; calling it “daddy tax” for taking them trick or treat!
The tall faux chocolate rabbit with the pink ribbon around its neck is a GREAT piece. I collect lots of faux rabbits but have not seen this one before. Most of the ones I have where made by “Salem Collection” do you know who made the one you have? I’d like to try and find it. Thank you
Hi Joe, I went and looked on the bottom of the rabbit and only found, “Made in SC USA.” Searched Salem Collection online and they sure did make some realistic chocolate figures. You must have a great collection. Best of luck.
I love all of your cute chocolate bunnies and they look so pretty with the pink plates! Such a fun idea!
Oh my goodness, now I crave chocolate. What a wonderful table! The pink depression glass goblets are a great find. The faux chocolate and the real chocolate all make my tummy growl ( wink). The whole table looks wonderful. It is so fun to be on the hop with you my friend xo
My husbands crumbles about those chocolate cravings at least one a day! Knew you’d like those pink goblets Katherine!
What a sweet vintage table with a wonderful nod to your grandmother! So very pretty and very enticing with all those chocolate bunnies and eggs. Whether they are faux or the real thing – they are making me drool!! Chocolate is my weakness. It’s a pleasure to hop with you, I hope you have a wonderful Easter.
Thank you Ann. My grandmother never made those giant-size rabbits, but bunnies, chicks, eggs, and crosses in a wide variety. Oh to have just one of those molds!
I’m so glad you’ve shared all these wonderful posts with us at the Welcome Spring party. This tablescape looks positively delicious! Pinned.
Joanne, thanks for co-hosting and taking the time to visit!
Debbee, I just love your vintage Easter table. Those pink hobnail glasses are gorgeous! What a great find. I love how you layered the pink bunny plates atop your wedding china. And the chocolates on top are the perfect favor. The large chocolate bunnies are so charming and look so real! Adding water to the vase of faux flowers is a clever trick. And I love how you styled the bunny ear napkins with the chocolate eggs inside the champagne glasses.
I couldn’t believe my good fortune when I saw those pink glasses and how reasonably priced they were! It was like finding treasure, LOL! I’m happy you found adding water helped the faux blooms appear realistic. However, we just returned from visiting DC and the Cherry Blossom Race to find our forsythia in full bloom. Now I can’t wait to swap the faux with real.
Such a beautiful table, Debbee… I have never seen faux chocolate bunnies/treats until this year! Love! I’m here by way of the Snickerdoodle link party… would love to have you link-up at Homestyle Gathering on Tuesday!
Nice to ‘meet’ you Julie! I’ll bee sure to check it out; thanks for the invite.
Debee, this is such a fun table! Those chocolate bunnies do look scrumptious – I’m with your hubby and would be so sad when I tried to sneak a bite of one of them! lol Luckily, the chocolate treats on each plate stack would make up for it. So fun that your grandmother used to make Easter treats! I watched something recently about someone who collected vintage chocolate Easter molds. I can’t wait to see those pink dishes show up in the future – you may not include pink often, but you certainly did a wonderful job starting now! Happy Easter to you!
Ever since I found those pink glasses my mind has been turning over ideas for other pink tablescapes I can create — can’t wait to put them together with my Mikasa Silk Flowers dishes. But, I’m really torn on if I should buy vintage Easter chocolate molds or not. I love them, but since they aren’t the ones my grandmother used, maybe my memories are better to keep instead?
Debbee, your vintage tablescape is lovely! The mix of pink and chocolate add a charming French twist. It’s always inspiring to blog hop with you!
How very sweet of you to say Donna. My French great grandmother (who’s etched crystal is on the table) and her daughter (my grandmother who made the Easter chocolates) would be thrilled to hear it. Merci!
What a delightful table! I loved all your vintage decor. It makes it so special to carry on with your family heirlooms!
Hi Tammy, thanks for stopping by! Glad you enjoyed my nostalgic Easter table. I always liked old stuff, even when I was a kid. When other family members found the vintage tableware and linens too old-fashioned, I was fortunate to have it passed along to me.
You set such a beautiful vintage table, Debbee! The faux chocolate eggs and bunnies look so real! I like how you tied your napkins in a bunny shape too. Placing the napkin around a faux chocolate egg in a vintage champagne glass is brilliant! Wishing you a beautiful Easter, my friend!
Aww thanks Lynne! Wasn’t sure if it’d look weird placing the bunny ear napkins in those glasses to the left, but folks seem to like it.
Debbee, you have set such a gorgeous Easter table! I love pink and it pairs beautifully with your adorable chocolate bunny collection! It is always fun blog hopping with you!
Shannon, this is the first time I’ve set a table with the pink plates. Prior to that, I just stacked them up, serving dessert buffet-style. Even for all the guys in my family, I think the light color tablecloth with the chocolate brown works. Fun hopping with you too!
What a beautiful table! This post will be one of my features from the “Welcome Spring” link party. Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures
Marci, thanks so much for hosting and the lovely compliment of featuring my post!
Thank you for sharing at #ThursdayFavoriteThings. Pinned and shared.
Debbee, this tablescape is so gorgeous. The pink goblets with those chocolate bunnies is beautiful. Congrats, you are being featured at Thursday Favorite Things. https://eclecticredbarn.blogspot.com/2019/04/thursday-favorite-things_17.html Hugs, Bev
What a great treat to be featured — much appreciated, as always, Bev! Happy Easter!
Thank you for sharing at #ThursdayFavoriteThings. Pinned and shared. Happy Easter
Debbee, once again, I see we share some of the same rabbits and that cute pink plate. This is such a fun table. I have a hutch full of chocolate bunnies as well. I need to pull things out and set a table. Thanks for inspiring me. You always delight.
Really? The same vintage cake plate too? If so, do you know anything about it? I’m really glad I splurged a bought multiple chocolate figures at that time, because it’s been years since I’ve seen them anywhere. Would love to see yours!
I’ve never thought about using chocolate bunnies as decorations, so thank you! I have several sets of dishes, plus my grandmother’s & mother’s crystal. I have pressed glass plates & glasses and also English Rose ~ and different chargers too ~ plus pink depression glass, and both my grandmother’s and mother’s cup & saucer collections….. so I can easily pull together the same Romantic Victorian look! (My dining room chandelier was my grandmother’s & is over 200 yrs old ~ converted from oil & glass ~ hand-formed porcelain w/hand-blown blue drops). …. Cindy
Cindy, sounds like you have the makings of a gorgeous table! And, how fabulous to have that heirloom chandelier — what a family treasure.
What a beautiful table and those bunnies are just darling. I have two bunnies out right now, but you’ve inspired me to get the box and put out more.
Kim, thanks for taking the time to comment — it’s so nice to connect with others during this crazy time! Delighted to hear you’re inspired; a very nice complement.
Love the pink and brown! Such a lovely table.Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm. xo Kathleen
Thanks for visiting Kathleen and for posting such a lovely linkin party!
Congrats! You’re the most clicked from last week’s party! New party goes live Saturday, and you’ll be featured 🙂
Oh my goodness Alexandra, to be most clicked is really a thrill! Thanks for co-hosting this great party!
I don’t think that a chocolate Easter bunny would last very long as a centerpiece on my table . . . Thanks so much for sharing this at our Party in Your PJs link party.
Not at my house either Nina — that’s why they are faux chocolate lol! Dear hubby is a certifiable chocoholic and so all real chocolate at Easter and Halloween has to be hidden until the holiday.