Aren’t these Pastel pink and yellow egg houses so cute?
I couldn’t resist them.
Yes, I got them on-line. and I found them to be just as adorable in person as they were on-line.
I placed the yellow egg house on a polka dot pink pastel pedestal and when I liked what I saw, I placed the pink pastel egg house on a pink pastel cake plate too.
I love the way the pastel ceramic trees go so well with the egg houses.
And the little pastel colored eggs on the white bottle brush trees remind me of the many egg hunts In my childhood.
I told you all earlier that I have been having a love affair with pastel pink.
You might recognize the flower petal plates and the cup and saucer from my 2019 Easter tablescape.
(That particular blog post gave a lot of background on a ‘behind the scenes blogger’s tablescape’ and if you missed it, please click here ….and you just might feel differently about your own tablescaping.)
But I digress, more on this current tablescape.
I added an off-white, rustic charger, the pastel purple dinner plate and a pastel green gingham bunny salad plate.
I found the bunny salad plate on-line at either Hobby Lobby or Michael’s. (There were only two available, but I bought them anyway. I believe they were 3.00 each)
The Spring colored napkins, I have had for years and finally decided to use them on this table.
I’ve also had the rabbit napkin rings, in like forever…I think I got them from Pier 1, remember them?
The macarons are not home made, although that is a priority along with home made bread in the bread maker.
But aren’t the little bunnies trying to get to the macarons cute?
I probably should have named this tablescape “The Bunnies” as I have so many on the table.
I love bunnies and noticed a little cottontail in my Secret Garden yesterday.
I couldn’t help but smile at him through the window as I sipped my hot tea.
Speaking of bunnies, I put a few bunnies in the back of this pastel pink pick-up.
And here is a pink gingham bunny.
And Mr. & Mrs. Bunny are wheeling a bunch of carrots!
Below, I love the straw bunny with the pink straw hat peeking over the macarons.
And the impish little white ceramic bunny peeking from behind the tulip vase.
He looks like he has been caught in Mr. McGregor’s garden.
Easter Menu will be the following this year.
I am cooking a lot more and home made food is tasting really good these days.
Apricot Glazed Ham
What is on your Easter Dinner Menu this year?
I want to thank Chloe for organizing this tablescape blog hop, It is hard work but so rewarding.
I am proud to count her as friend.
As are these other wonderful ladies who have some spectacular tablescapes.
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The Sweet Sensations
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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