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April 12, 2017

Daffodils & Bunnies Garden Easter Brunch


 Let's imagine we're out in the garden dining with the bunnies!

 These little bunnies are having a great time munching on carrots!

 I used an ice bucket to set the daffodils in.  For some reason they exploded in height when the flowers started to open up but then they were very floppy. (The ice bucket is new from Walmart- it has a white liner that I temporarily removed and a cute top too- nicely made) We'll pretend the ice scoop is a dirt scoop! 

 I made a chicken wire wrap to help support the flowers and I think it adds a nice touch for the garden look tablescape!
This year Walmart has a cute galvanized metal collection by Better Homes and Gardens that have some of the same design ideas as Pottery Barn (for a lot less).  They even have a beverage dispenser with a pedestal like PB and a multi-tier tray which I've wanted for a while.  (Not compensated just sharing info)

I slipped one of the scatter carrots under his paws to make it look like he's munching on one!  I chose the wicker placemat for a ground color.

 Since the bucket is galvanized I chose to use the galvanized chargers again.  I like the rustic feel they add and the pretty dishes seem even prettier played off of them. The napkins came from Williams Sonoma and the white flatware was from Horchow.  I found the napkin rings on clearance at Pier 1 during the winter months.

These are perfect for my garden theme (there are four different patterns).  I found these a while back but have had trouble finding more.  I once saw them in chocolate brown and white- real cute! 
 Bunny Toile by Elisabeth Trostli for Andrea by Sadek

I wanted some color to pop underneath the green/white dishes.  This is a favorite pattern of mine by Spode called Delamere Bouquet.  I followed some sales through Horchow to collect mine.  I recently noticed that Pottery Barn is selling galvanized chargers this year in case you want some.  Mine came from Michael's 2 years ago.  

I got these cute egg shaped dessert dishes at Pier 1 several years ago (2014?) I used them on my formal dining table as seen "here"


 I will plant these outside once they're done blooming!  Did you know daffodils are deer/bunny resistent!

 The green tablecloth is by Zina Vasi.  I found it on a markdown about 6 years ago at a local store that has unique tablecloths, napkins and placemat collection.  

It has a garden theme with daffodils so it's perfect for spring!

Wishing you a Blessed and Happy Easter.  

I'll be joining:

21 comments:

  1. What a beautiful and inviting table. Love your bunnies and the Daffodils are fabulous.

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  2. Very clever use of the chicken wire to support the pretty daffodils, Liz. Your table is beautifully set for a Bunny Easter Brunch. Moles and voles don't like daffodils either, so they are the bulb of choice around here. They love tulips and I only have one left! Have a wonderful Easter, Liz. ♥

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  3. Liz, your table definitely speaks of spring with those beautiful daffodils. And all the delightful bunny touches are perfect for Easter. I have those same egg-shaped plates from Pier 1 and enjoy seeing how you've created the lovely dish stack with them. Galvanized chargers? Fantastic!.. and coordinate so well with your "ice-bucket" vase. Have a Blessed and Happy Easter Liz!

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  4. Everything is so nice and inviting.
    I'd love to sit and visit you for brunch.
    Then see all the different types of hosta's in your garden
    You always have the most beautiful tablecloths.
    Linda C & Astro

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  5. Galvanized chargers...probably one of Blogland's least seen but most coveted accessories! Those bad boys are "da bomb!!!" They just have a way of adding a welcome little edginess to an otherwise soft table.

    Beautiful table! Happy Easter to you and Dan!

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  6. Oh Liz, I'll be right over!! The table looks so pretty and inviting! My daffodils got so much taller too! They are in a pot right now waiting to be planted in the garden. I love the carrotts, where did you find them? Bunnies are a favorite of mine. Wishing you a very happy and blessed Easter!

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    1. The carrots came from Pier 1. They came in a little plastic box and are called scatter carrots.

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  7. Oh my Liz, your table is so pretty! I love the daffodils....the setting is perfect for Easter and soooo springlike!

    Blessings,
    Gert

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  8. Beautifully done Liz. The chargers have a different look and work wonderfully. Love the cute bunnies munching and those darling plates. Great find on the napkin rings. Truly a lovely table all set for Easter.

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  9. Very cute. The galvanized pieces are fun. Two years ago my sister and I were always on the lookout for galvanized anything for her to use at her son's grad party. I have been hooked ever since. Daffodils are one of my favorites. So pretty. I love the dishes. Happy Easter.

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  10. I love your galvanized accessories with the delicate dishes. I especially like your dishes and how they compliment one another. The bunny egg plate is my favorite. Happy Easter!

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  11. Oh my goodness, Liz, this table is just wonderful! I love everything about it! Your place settings are terrific, from the galvanized chargers to the egg plates on top. I really LOVE the Spode lavender and white transferware plates -- they're beautiful. The napkins are so pretty, as is the flatware. That tablecloth with the garden theme is so pretty and your centerpiece is charming. Great Easter table, Liz!!

    Hope you have a great weekend and a Blessed Easter.

    Hugs,

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  12. I so enjoyed your garden/bunny table. The bunnies are cute, and I like the interplay of the garden items with fine china. I'm especially crazy for the tablecloth!
    Sandra @ Dinner at Eight

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  13. Oh, Liz, I just love your tablescape! Your centerpiece is perfect and I just love, love your tablecloth. Beautiful! Happy Easter! xxx Maria

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  14. Beautiful Liz! You have so many lovely touches. What a clever idea to use the chicken wire to support the flowers. Your plate stack is so perfect with tons of charm. Love you flatware as well. The little group of bunnies at the base of the galvanized container make it all perfect! Have a wonderful Easter.

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  15. So pretty Liz! I love the colorful Daffodils and the bunnies are too cute. The chicken wire is a clever way to hold up the flowers.

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  16. Liz, your rustic Easter Brunch tablescape is absolutely perfect- every single detail is charming. LOVE the idea of the chicken wire to hold up those long heavy stems. Your daffodils are perfect.

    Happy Easter, sweet friend. Hugs. ♥

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  17. A beautifully set Easter Sunday table, Liz. Your bunnies look like they happily live in the land of daffodils - so cheery and pretty!

    Poppy

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  18. What a sweet table Liz! The daffodils are gorgeous and I too am loving the galvanized collection from WalMart. The little bunnies are adorable!

    Nancy

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  19. Hi Liz, just beautiful as always. I love your plates and the egg shape plate is a beauty. Love the daffodils. They will be perfect planted in your garden.
    I have to check out the Walmart galvanized collection. Can't believe I've missed that. I guess I've been looking at the Pioneer Woman goodies. haha.
    Have a nice weekend ahead. xo

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  20. So creative and beautiful Liz! Daffodils and bunnies go hand and hand. I bet you had a delicious feast on Easter. Thank you for sharing your pretty vignette.

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