For a one-of-a-kind tablescape, we love the idea of using a chocolate bunny in the center of a place setting. If you need a place card, why not add a small tag to the ribbon and write the name there? Source: drivenbydecor.com
Can’t get enough of bunny decor at Easter? Us either. From bunnies to blooms and everything in between, we’re loving today’s garden-fresh looks for your dining table.
Dramatic, colorful and fragrant — this DIY flower chandelier has it all and is sure to be a topic of conversation with all your guests. Source: bhg.com
This year, skip the traditional centerpiece in favor of something more creative. A head of cabbage makes the perfect fresh-from-the-farm container, or line a glass cylinder with vegetables for an eye-stopping floral presentation. Photo: drivenbydecor.com and bhg.com
For a fresh dining space, it’s hard to beat the charm of the 60-inch round Boheme Round Dining Table. Its’ zinc top is on-trend, durable and perfect for families with kids. Hooker Furniture
It’s been great fun to see the resurgence of Beatrix Potter characters and themes coinciding with the recent release of the movie Peter Rabbit. With Easter almost here, it’s the perfect time for a bunny-inspired tablescape. Source: pier1.com.
If your decorating style is more streamlined, you’ll love the simplicity of this minimalist dinner napkin sculpture. Photo and directions: marthastewart.com
If you’re drawn to clean, sophisticated silhouettes, you’ll love the Affinity dining room. Its light, sandblasted greige finish and gently sloped chairs are truly distinctive. Photo: Hooker Furniture
Spring green and terracotta provide the perfect color palette for this Easter tablescape. Source: Dining Delight blog.
Offering a more modern take on bunny decor, this table’s black and white palette makes a statement in style. Source: homeandfabulous.com
Appealing to generations of all ages, these fun Peeps® racers are made with pre-made items and assembled with icing. Make them ahead of time and let them do double-duty as a centerpiece and dessert. Photo and directions: wonderfuldiy.com.
These unique place cards are made with colorful fingerprints transformed into bunnies and chicks with just a few pen strokes. Source: spoonful.com
If you’re looking for ways to refresh your dining table for Easter and spring, try adding some garden-fresh elements. Whether you use real flowers, vegetables or bunny elements, the farmer’s market offers nearly unlimited inspiration.
Try adding “bird’s nests” to your Easter cupcakes to keep the garden and nature theme going.