Saturday, April 9, 2011

The Bunny Hop

Bunnies are hopping all over today's table in anticipation of the upcoming holiday. This is the first of several Easter tables for 2011 here on The Little Round Table. Please be sure to stop back over the next couple of weeks for more Easter inspiration.  Details on all the elements at the end of this post.






















Vintage tablecloth can be found in my Tablecloth Database
Chargers -Anthropologie
Contemporary Fiesta in Periwinkle, White and Rose
Flatware is vintage Deauville
Stemware in "Infinity" by Vera Wang
Crocheted Bunnies came from Etsy
Deviled Egg plate came from Walgreen's of all places and was a couple dollars
Egg Crate and faux eggs - Michael's
Footed cake stand- Home Goods
Cloche - from the net
Candle holders came from Crate and Barrel about 20 years ago
Vintage Blue pitcher is Universal, pink pitcher and bowl  Homer Laughlin

Thanks so much for coming by to visit!

I'm joining:
Three or More Tuesday at The Gypsy's Corner - 3 or MORE bunnies!

23 comments:

  1. That is so cute...I LOVE the little bunny hats on the eggs..I would love to just sit there and eat jelly beans! ;D

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  2. Hello Candy,
    what a nice table. I love all the soft colors and the springy impression. Very nice.
    Greetings, Johanna

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  3. Great colors Candy, lovin' those cute egg cozies-enjoy:@)

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  4. OHHHH I just love the colors in this tablescape! You capture the essence of spring.

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  5. Love the tablecloth, and those knitted bunny ears are a hoot!

    Pat

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  6. O, you do have the prettiest dishes I've ever seen and you sure know how to use them, Candy girl.
    This is such a delightful table. Spring, at it's best. :)

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  7. Candy, your table is gorgeous! One of the aspects I really like is how you decorate the sideboaed behind the table. I especiallt love the tiered stand, would you mind telling us about it?
    The tablecloth, napkins and egg tray match your lovely dishes so well!!
    thankss for sharing your table with us.
    Susan

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  8. Ok Candy, I'm usually delighted by your tablescapes, but I think this one is my all time favorite. The colors are beautiful (blue and pink are my favorite so that may have something to do with this being my favorite) and your execution is perfect. The little crocheted bunnies are adorable and add that whimsical touch. The cut glass cloche is exqusite and marries to scape with the pink ribbon. The napkins have just the right colors and follow through with the Easter theme. The ruffled edge of the chargers continues the whimsical touch. All of your adornments in the background give it complete continuity. Just wonderful.

    Thank you for bringing your amazing tablescape to Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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  9. HI Candy! Oh, no words need to be spoken - this darling tablescape speaks for itself! It's darling! Look at the cozies over the eggs! Adorable! You never disappoint.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  10. You are always amazing, this is lovely!!!

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  11. This is stunning! You got a lovely, colourful blog!
    Have a nice week ahead :)

    Sanghamitra.
    http://rainbow-thecoloursofindia.blogspot.com

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  12. Hi Candy. I always eagerly await your first table for a holiday, and this one is lovely! I especially love the candle holders and the Easter napkins!

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  13. Every week I think this one is my favorite, but this one is sure at the top of the list. I love everything about it. Of course I always drool over your cloche and those little sock caps for the eggs is totally precious. Your eggs are fabulous. Wow. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  14. Thanks ladies, I do so appreciate you stopping by to check out this week's bunnies!

    Susan - That's a silver-plate tiered stand that has appeared here on TLRT before, most recently at Christmas 2010 http://www.thelittleroundtable.com/2010/12/silvery-bauble-tree.html

    And on a 50s buffet table I think .... let me go look..... yep, here it is:
    http://www.thelittleroundtable.com/2009/11/1950s-kenilworth-boo-fay.html

    Hope to see you all again very soon.

    Candy

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  15. I can't believe how creative all your table settings are! So festive! Just how it should be!

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  16. This is so pretty Candy. I really like those chargers ~ they are beautiful! What cute little bunny ears, and your eggs look so pretty on the tiers of silver servers. That cloche is gorgeous too. Thank you for linking to Favorite Things. laurie

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  17. Thanks Maria and Laurie, I'm pleased you enjoyed your visits! More Easter tables coming up, so I hope you'll stop by again soon.

    Candy

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  18. Thank you so much for the links to the other tablescapes using the tiered stand. I love it and am looking for a similar one to use on our bar. I love your creativity and I really enjoy your table settings!
    Susan

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  19. You are very welcome Susan! I've had mine so long I can't even remember where or when I bought it. :-)

    Candy

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  20. Thanks Bloggymom, glad you enjoyed your visit!

    Candy

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