Today I’m excited to be a part of another Styled + Set Holiday Entertaining Blog tour organized by my sweet friend Lory from Designthusiasm. If you’re popping by from Rachel from Maison de Pax, welcome! Be sure to visit all the other tours at the end of this post!
I’ve always loved the Beatrix Potter books and still have the china sets for my kids so it was an easy inspiration for this table.
Okay, let me show you how I set this table for Easter.
There were so many cute things to pull together that I had on hand and items I grabbed from Home Sense to make this table come together.
First, I set this lilac coloured tablecloth on an angle on the table.
Next, I used another tablecloth in mint and folded it in half lengthwise and set it on top in the opposite direction.
I found these cute bunny placeholders at Target and the cute bunny plates from Home Sense. I laid those on the table. I decided to add circular placemats under the plates.
I used this nest-like charger as a base for this cloche.
And added the best element ever…some carrots of course!
I used some of my pastel china and added mini Peter Rabbit books to each one.
The glass Easter jars with bunny ears that I made go perfectly with it.
These little carrots and nests are from Michael’s. I added some fresh hydrangeas to the table and also scattered some wooden eggs.
Using the actual Peter Rabbit books was an easy element to add to the decor.
These little Peter Rabbit napkins I found at a local shop. They are the cutest!
I added the kids’ Beatrix Potter china to the top of my cabinet.
And stuffed a bunch of fresh hydrangeas in these little bunny baskets.
I can’t get enough of them, they are so cute.
I hope you feel inspired to set your own Peter Rabbit inspired table.
Here are some sources and where you can shop from everything in my dining room.
- cloche – Home Sense
- bunny plates & platter – Home Sense
- nest charger – Pottery Barn from a few years ago
- bunny wicker baskets – Home Sense
- little carrots & mini nests – Michael’s
Now be sure to visit Anita from Cedar Hill Farmhouse for her tour.