Easter Table Setting
Updated: Mar 19, 2019
This isn't an ad for Target, though they made my Easter dreams come true! Ha! I saw their bunny plates, then the flowery napkins and loosely based everything around that! It was pretty much a one stop shop for this tablescape. The light pinks, blues and white screamed spring and I couldn't wait to get started!
I loved my little bunny centerpiece! It's a trough vase by Hearth & Hand and a bunny candy dish from the Dollar Spot! I put the bunny on top and surrounded it all with hydrangeas. It's like the little bunny is popping out of the garden. =)
At Target, I found the plates, beautiful blue glasses, adorable bunny ear napkin rings, table cloth and burlap table runner (runner was only $4!) Oh, and the Rosé, because Target has everything! And the pink went with my color scheme of course. My daughter and I dyed the eggs together with the very popular this season method of shaving cream and food coloring! They turned out well for our first time! The tiny glasses for the eggs are from Luna Bazaar and the galvanized metal chargers are from Hobby Lobby (I got them for 50% off on sale!)
I got Russian decorating tips for my birthday last summer but this was the first day I ever used them! And they were really easy to use and the cookies turned out so cute! I will totally be doing more of these for spring and playing around with colors! Cake stand from Target ($5!)
I love my wine barrel. It's from Saddlerock Ranch, Malibu, where my husband and I got married. =) I added an Easter sign and decorative egg tree (from Target, where else?!) and more flowers. The bunny garland I made from an old pack of card stock from Michaels. I think wine barrels are the new bar cart. =)
My brother in law Duff has a line of baking goods (at Target) so I decided to try these macaroon cookies for Easter. They were so easy to make and taste delicious! I had these on my tiered plate stand. I hope you enjoyed my Easter tablescape! Thanks for stopping by!