Each year when I begin to decorate my home for Easter,
memories come flooding back of my childhood and the many songs that my parents would sing.
One in particular is a song that my mom loved,
“The Easter Parade” by the songwriter Irving Berlin.
“In your Easter Bonnet, with all the thrills upon it,
you’ll be the grandest lady in the Easter Parade.”
My mom loved it when Judy Garland sang it. I think I know every Judy Garland song there is!
Call me a sentimental sap!
So today, in honor of the Easter Parade song, I present you with
The Easter Bunny Parade Tablescape and a Giveaway!
See details for the Giveaway below.
Today I am joining some of my bHome friends to share All Things Easter.
I began creating my tablescape by gathering some of my collection of Bunnies.
The playful moss bunnies were the first bunnies I reached for to become the stars
of the table. Along with last year’s Pottery Barn bunny accent plates.
The “bunnies in flight” seem like they are running away from the
famous farmer, Mr. McGregor, as they were caught in his garden having lunch
without an invitation!
This year I used some cheerful Spring plates as chargers that I have had for several years.
I turned the square plates on the diagonal for a different look.
The sugar and creamer match the square plates/chargers
that sit on top of older Pottery Barn bunny dessert plates.
I use them in so many different ways. They are so versatile.
And what’s an Easter table without Jelly Beans!
Must have another touch of Spring with the bird’s nest in the ironstone bowl
with vintage seed packets tucked into the nest with those pretty blue speckled eggs.
There is only two things on the table that are are “new”.
The tablecloth by Tommy Hilfiger found at HomeGoods
and this cute ceramic bunny bucket that goes so well
with the tablecloth.
Using wet floral foam, I arranged the Alstroemerias and a few Calla Lillies in the bucket.
And what’s a chair at the head of the table without a cute bunny pillow?
Pillow by Pottery Barn last year.
The table is set and ready for Easter festivities.
I guess you could say that the table could also double as one set for Spring.
It is always fun creating a fun table for Easter using such cheerful colors
and whimsical bunnies that make you smile!
Now to the Giveaway:
Here’s how to enter:
Visit April Cornell’s website and look around at all the beautiful items
and come back and leave a comment telling me your favorite item or pattern
and you’ll be entered for a chance to win this gorgeous Greta’sGarden tablecloth
plus 4 napkins! Perfect for Spring and Summer entertaining!
Please Note: The Giveaway is for U.S. and Canada residents only.
If you missed Day One and Day Two of the All Things Easter Blog Tour
not to worry as the links for all three days are listed below.
Click on the links below for some great ideas and inspiration!!
Have a most beautiful day!!!!