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Tuesday, March 30, 2021


Well hello friends!  This is Spring Tour week around my house, and I'm kicking it off today by sharing this year's Easter Table.  I'll be posting on Instagram tonight along with a group of super talented tablescaper friends, so if you're on IG be sure to watch for that and check out all of the other gorgeous tables and great ideas!
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My plan for this year's table started with these green gingham runners that I found at Hobby Lobby- they were on clearance with the St. Patrick's Day things and the perfect shamrock green!  The other side is reversible with a classic green and white plaid too, they probably still have some in store if you want to try to snag one!  I used two down the center of my table to bulk them up a bit. 

I found the bunny ear napkin rings a few years ago at TJ Maxx, just too cute!  The monogrammed napkins are from my friend Laurie's darling shop, I'm not sure if she has this color combo listed but you can always tell her what you're looking for and see what else she might have available.  My machine has been in the shop for about a month and I can't wait to get it back!  

Similar Bunny Ears here or here

Several days ago I picked up some small containers of white geraniums from the clearance rack at Lowe's, and while they were sitting on my patio waiting a bit longer to be planted, I thought they would look cute on the table with the bunches of white hydrangeas I also planned to use.  I gathered up about 5 small pots in my large blue and white bowl, covered them with moss, and nestled some cute eggs in an empty spot.

I picked up a set of these vintage pink dishes a few months ago from FB Marketplace (used them on my Christmas table, too).  I love the color and these little bowls were perfect for a bit of mossy "grass" with Peanut M&M "eggs!"

I have seen placemats like these on several IG friends' tables and always admired them but had never come across any.  We have a new At Home store that just opened about a mile from my house (yay!  The others were 25-30 minutes away!) and I was thrilled to spot some there the other day!  They don't sell online but I'll link them below if you want to check to see if your local store has them.  

Ruffled Jute Placemat  ||  Bamboo Flatware- here or here

I keep playing with the art flanking the china cabinet- last week I stacked some of my bird prints and vintage blue and white saucers over my new butterfly prints that I'm totally smitten with!

Art Prints site wide are currently 30% off with code YAY10K, that's a great sale! 

We will be celebrating Easter with family this weekend at my sister's place in the country, but I'm planning to enjoy a special meal here on Good Friday with our immediate family.  Blessings to you this Holy Week! 

I have a few more posts planned to share with you this week, see you tomorrow for my Porch, Entry, and Dining Room (everyday) Spring Tour!

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  1. I adore the pink dishes with the gold wreath!! What a great FB Marketplace find!

    1. Thanks Michelle! I'm missing a few random pieces to have a set of 8, hoping to come across some thrifting some day!

  2. Beautiful and spring looking as always!! HAPPY EASTER to you/family!!

  3. Just beautiful! I love every detail, as usual. Happy Easter to you and your family, Jennifer.

  4. Everything looks so springy and adorable! I love all of it! The pink plates w/gold trim are a nice touch. Happy Easter, and may God continue to bless you as you bless us with all your fine touches. Happy Easter Indeed!


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