Treating you to lots of eye candy today to inspire your spring or Easter décor and entertaining! From the welcome of spring blooms on our front porch to Easter around the house and at the table, there are ideas galore to take away. Enjoy!
Now to the table! I mixed china patterns to keep the table relaxed. Pastel spring shades were layered together to create a light and fresh atmosphere with cheerful greens and pinks dominating.
You can make the bunny placecards in 2 ways: rip out a book page from an old book. Trace the bunny template directly on the page. Cut out along the lines and glue the page on a piece of cardstock that you have traced the image on and also cut out.
I reduced the cutting work by using heavy card stock paper in the printer. I photocopied 2 book pages on each page and printed 1 page at a time because of the thickness of the paper. On the photocopied book pages I traced the bunny template and cut them out once. They were heavy enough to stand up on their own. Using a hot pink sharpie, I defined the edges with colorful mini dots and wrote each guest’s name. My guests loved the placecards!
Free bunny templates can be found Here.
To see these adorable bunny placecards used with ribbon, visit Stonegable’s chic Easter table in green, black and white, here.
The pièce de résistance was this charlotte aux fraises, an easy, make-ahead, no-bake dessert. Recipe here.
Wishing you a happy spring and fun entertaining!