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.
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