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March 21, 2018

Storybook Easter Dining

I was thinking of storybook tales like Peter Rabbit when I created this tablescape.

Imagining all the little storybook creatures scurrying about delivering eggs and feasting on flowers and cabbage long the way!
I previously showed my centerpiece arrangement in this post "here".   The rabbit is standing inside a wreath of flowers and eggs.  I added a few more eggs and set up more little bunnies and chicks.

My pretty stemware that my kids and hubby helped me to start collecting seemed perfect with it's floral accents.  



I chose my pink cabbage bowls and green cabbage leaf plates to continue the storybook garden theme.

I've had these napkins for at least 3 years and never used them.  They remind me of colorful Easter eggs.  I found the tulip napkin rings last summer on discount.  


Since I have a grandson that is a toddler my mind shifts in the storybook direction.
Here comes Peter Cottontail...hoppin' down the bunny trail...hippity hoppity Easter's on it's way!


Thank you for joining me and I hope you liked my Storybook Easter Dining presentation!

List of table items:
Pink cabbage bowls- made by Bordallo Pinheiro
Green cabbage plates- from Pier 1 Imports
Stemware from Willliams Sonoma called Vintage
Rabbits and Chicks from Pier 1 Imports
Glass candle votives and candle holders from Pier 1 Imports
Tulip napkin rings from Pier 1 Imports
Napkins from Pottery Barn

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14 comments:

  1. Adorable, Liz! Anyone would love sitting here and admiring all the wonderful storybook characters! Brings back lots of wonderful Easter time memories!

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  2. Oh Liz, I do like your storybook table. I'm a kid at heart and seeing all the sweetness your table exudes makes me smile. I need to bring out my Easter things, but my daughter is here and we've been quite busy visiting. Have a wonderful day. ♥

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  3. Another great table scape Liz. So cute and inviting. Love all your bunnies and the little chick with the bunny ears. Too sweet. I think we are all kids at heart and this table is really cute.
    xoxo

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  4. Love that centerpiece, so pretty and cute at the same time!

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  5. This table is so fun and perfect for Easter! I love everything about it!! Happy Easter, dear friend!

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  6. Fairy tales ARE real with tablescapes like this! I like how you kind of dissected the story of Peter Cottontail and brought it to life. There’s an easy elegance here: not too over the top for a family with a busy toddler in tow, but formal enough to convey the importance of the occasion. I like that! Those pink cabbage bowls always “bowl me over”! So pretty!’!

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  7. Beautiful table. Have a Happy Day.

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  8. What a beautiful fairy-tale table, Liz! I love its whimsy and playfulness! The napkins are gorgeous and I am happy to see them for the first time! The pink cabbage bowls are perfect!

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  9. This is the perfect storybook table!! This is one of those tables that I would think that grandchildren will remember when they get much older - the time that grandma brought the Peter Cottontail books to life! Very pretty! Wishing you and your family a Happy Easter!

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  10. Very sweet table Liz. So cheerful and fun! What a cute name for this table. Loving the pink cabbage bowls. I have the green ones. Peter Cottontail is a cutie. Glad you are using the new napkins, they are pretty sweet.

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  11. I love all the little details you've included. The chicks with the bunny ears are fun! I think your toddler will remember this cute table and ask for it year after year!
    Sandra @ Dinner at Eight

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  12. What a fun table. Very cute.

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  13. I love your storybook table! All the elements are perfect. Love those tulip napkin rings!!!!

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  14. Your table is just darling Liz. You know how much I love Peter Rabbit! The napkins certainly are perfect. Makes me want to pull out my storybook and read of Peter's adventures. :) Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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