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Sweet Bunny Face Table

Hello friends, time for another blog hop.  I am so glad you hopped over here for some fun! Spring is coming and Easter is just round the corner. Many thanks to Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate for organizing this Easter Blog Hop.
I bid you welcome if you are coming over from The Zucchini Sisters.

I couldn't resist buying these sweet bunny faces plates. You can always use paper plates with your china.  Mixing and matching is best. The bunny faces are perfect for dessert.

Using my Horchow Pink  Baroque dinnerware  with turquoise chargers and those sweet little bunny faces.  The little favor bags match the sweet bunny faces. A gift bag with candies.


The floral centerpiece is flowers from our local grocery store.  I added the kale, small artichokes Easter eggs and 1 pink rose.
As you can see, I dressed my chairs again with turquoise pillow cases and pink chair sashes. A quick fix for covering our red chairs.

The little favor bags match the sweet bunny faces. A gift bag with candies.


There you have it.  An Easter tablescape with turquoise and pink.  I am loving pink lately. Below are the links for all of the talented bloggers who have set a pretty Easter table.


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27 comments:

  1. Those bunny plates are too cute! Also the bunny gift bags! I'm a sucker for cute bunnies.

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  2. I agree - those bunny plates are too cute! I'm looking for some spring inspiration. We don't have these plates around here but I think I could paint some paper cups in a similar design.
    Amalia
    xo

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  3. Linda, I love how you blended those adorable paper bunny plates with your dinnerware and chargers for an Easter table! Your mix of turquoise and pink is so striking and the matching bunny favor boxes are adorable! I always look forward to seeing how you coordinate and decorate your chairs and chandy with your table for the holiday and season. Love the addition of the kale and artichokes in your centerpiece! As always it’s a pleasure to join you at the table. ♥

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  4. Linda, what I love most about your style is that you are unabashedly a girly-glam girl! Your combination of pink with turquoise (down to the water in the vase!) really pops. Those bunny faces are super cute, and the bags a perfect match. I really like the centerpiece of florals and how you put the oomph to the grocery store bouquet (were those glittery pinwheels added by you?). This year seems more hopeful for gathering, and who wouldn't want to be at your table in sunny California?! Happy Spring!

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  5. Another fabulous tablescape, Linda! Love the bunny theme - so cute and adorable! Perfect for Easter!

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  6. Love th etablecloth♥It works so well for Easter!

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  7. Linda, those little bunny plates are just adorable! I love the colors you used, and what a lovely centerpiece! It is a pleasure to join you for another pretty tablescape! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

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  8. You decorate the prettiest themed tables Linda. I love the colors of this Easter table and the floral centerpiece is just beautiful.

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  9. Linda, What a festive and colorful Easter table! I love the texture of your tablecloth and the whimsy of your bunnies! One of my favorite things is to use fresh fruits and vegetables in the centerpiece like your artichokes and kale. So fun! Happy Easter to you and your family! Happy to be hopping with you.

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  10. Linda, the pink and turquoise combination is striking. The sweet bunny plates and favor boxes are so cute. Who says you can’t mix paper with china? Your always dress your chairs to the nine’s and it is fun to see how you use pillowcases. It is always a pleasure to sit at one of your tables. Happy Easter!

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  11. Linda, I know that no matter the table setting; there will always be glam and this table is beautiful. The turq and pink is so pretty and hiding the red cushions with pillow cases is genius. I love the personal touch you gave the flower bouquet...lovely. The added whimsey of the bunnies bring yet another element to your styling. Have a great and beautiful Easter.
    Kari @ Me and My Captain

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  12. So pretty Linda, love the faces of those bunnies. My husband would hit the favor bag before dinner.

    Also love tge addition of artichokes to the centerpiece.

    Cindy

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  13. Linda, I most def would welcome a CA spring this year! Lot's of sunshine and a chance to wear something pretty girly and light weight :)
    Your table embraces that sunny spirit with the combo of turquoise and pinks and cute paper bunny plates. In fact now I'm rethinking tables down the line and will absolutely use paper in the mix!

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  14. Linda, I love that rose tablecloth! It is the perfect underpinning for a spring table. Those bunny plates are precious and look lovely with your pink dinnerware. The garland you hung on your chandelier adds such a pretty touch. I hope that you have a Happy Easter!

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  15. I knew I could count on you to make Easter glamorous Linda! Wow, the turquoise plates and chairs really make the pinks pop and the rose covered tablecloth is so stunning with all the sweet bunny faces and flowers! The paper bunny plates and boxes are adorable, and lend an element of fun and whimsy. Happy Easter and Spring!
    Jenna

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  16. Linda,It is not unusual for you to have a glamorous table and you have worked your magic with a glam filled turquoise and pink table with cute bunny plates, gift bags to match and pretty egg cups.How clever to add blue water to your floral arrangement. I love how you decorate the chairs, and chandy to match your table decor. My favorite element is your luscious tablecloth.
    Have a wonderful Easter with your family. It is encouraging we can gather more with our families.
    It is always fun to blog hop with you.

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  17. The plates are cute but I adore the artichokes in your centerpiece. It's brilliant -- with such wonderful texture and a different greenish color.

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  18. I have been crushing on pink lately, too! Your table is a beautiful celebration of pink all about Easter with those adorable pink bunny face plates and gift bags. I really love those Horchow pink plates. The sculptured corners on them are gorgeous! Thanks for supporting and participating in these hops through the years!

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  19. Oh my gosh - Linda!! I'm going to run right upstairs this minute and get some pillow cases and see if they fit over our chairs! Absolutely brilliant!! Your table is lovely and the sweet bunny plates are just darling! Do I see that you have another table set at a distance? Isn't that a great way to still see your friends and stay safe? Ok - gotta run to the linen closet - so nice hopping with you!

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  20. Such a happy and festive table with all that vibrant pink! I love the table cloth, the bows and those adorable bunny plates! Always great to hop with you and to visit your pretty tables!
    Shelley

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  21. Beautiful, Linda! The bunnies are cute, and your table screams spring! Your light fixture is stunning. What a beautiful tribute to spring!

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  22. That’s what I love about you, Linda, how you mix good stuff with inexpensive! Your table and the light fixture with your pretty centerpiece just make me smile!

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  23. Linda, such cute bunny face plates and matching gift bags! I have incorporated paper plates into settings too. There are such great selections! Sometimes I wish they could make ceramic plates out of some of the paper plates because of their beautiful designs. I am drawn to your gorgeous pink rose tablecloth that really sets the tone for this fanciful table. It is so playful and elegant all in one. The Horchow dinnerware is such a classic. The color combination of pink and turquoise often reminds me of the playful colors of the 50's, especially in poodle skirts. Such happy times and happy color combinations. Happy Easter Linda!

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  24. Oh what a sweet table!! Linda, I wish I had a granddaughter to share this with, but we only have grandsons!! I think any little girl would swoon over your table!! Between my favorite rose tablecloth and the adorable bunny plates and bags, this just exudes the young at heart’s desire for a happy fun Easter filled with egg hunts and candy goodies!!! Love it all!! I hope you have a wonderful Easter 🐣

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  25. hello i am here from Debra 's place

    loved your incredible talent and exquisite art wow you are amazing!

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  26. Linda, what a glamorous combination of color and finishes for an Easter table. the centerpiece is over the top pretty. Great to be hopping with you again. Happy Easter.

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  27. Linda, I love the vibrant pink and turquoise that you chose for your table! It's so feminine and cheerful. My daughter would love the cute bunny plates and favor boxes. The centerpiece is so unique! I would've never thought to use kale and artichokes. And I love the texture in your pretty rose tablecloth. It's been fun hopping with you over the years. Happy Easter!

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