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Tablescape For Easter 2013

gmndiningroom1Welcome to Glenda’s Easter 2013 tablescape. Glenda is one of my forever friends and I’m sure many of you will recall her Thanksgiving tablescape featured here. To refreshen your memory, you can click on this underlined area to see the differences made in this tablescape.

gmndiningroom2 See Glenda’s gorgeous egg wreath with all the bunnies surrounding it? That colorful Easter egg wreath was found at Kroger! Glenda is clever and placed the bunny on a cake stand to let it be seen by all dining at the table…little ones especially.

gmndiningroom3 Notice how Glenda arranged her napkins inside the crystal stems. Yes, you see those cute bunny ears she found a way to make them appear just like floppy ears.

Glenda’s table looks great and ready for the celebration of Easter. I thought y’all would enjoy seeing her attention to details. She found the solid color egg shaped plates at Ross Dress For Less recently…like this week. Notice how she has placed faux eggs on those small plates. Can you imagine how her two youngest grandchildren will smile seeing all her preparation for their Easter Day at their grandparents’ home?

Thanks, Glenda, for sharing your home with all of us. Happy Easter to everyone!
Thanks for visiting and following my blog…Helen

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20 Responses to Tablescape For Easter 2013

  1. Oh my gosh, napkin bunny ears, how very cute! I’m visiting today from Thursday’s Favorite Things. :)

  2. Oh, Helen! I love this tablescape! Everything looks gorgeous and the colors are just perfect. Very, very pretty!

  3. Very cute, love the bunny ears napkins! Time to start thinking Easter!

  4. So cute! My grandchildren WOULD adore this table! And the bright green base really shows off the pretty pastels Glenda selected for the rest of the table.

    • Tricia, I agree with you and my grandchildren would adore it, too. Glenda does have a good eye for color combinations. And her grandchildren will love this table for sure. Thanks for visiting my blog for the first time…hope to see you again. Helen

  5. Helen, what a darling table.. raising the wreath on the cake plate.. great idea. Gotta love those bunny ears!!! xo marlis

    • Marlis, I agree about the cake plate..it really is the right height to not block the grands view, too. Those bunny ears are too cute. Thank for the visits. Helen

  6. Hi Helen,
    I just adore the way your friend made the napkins look like bunny ears! How cute! And her grandchildren will delight in seeing the egg wreath on the table! I may have to copy her and put my wreath that’s not going on the front door onto the table!

    • Hi Jane, Glenda said it was just one of those instant thoughts and she tried it. I’m betting there are a lot of us, who copy her “bunny ears” this Easter! I say “go for it” and I know Glenda would be thrilled to know she helped us with our tablescapes!

      Thanks, Helen

  7. Hi Helen, visiting from Betweennapsontheporch. I love your table and agree with everyone else, the bunny napkin folded to look like ears are too cute. Your egg plates are adorable.

    • Hi Terri, thanks for all the compliments on Glenda’s Easter table. She said she just thought about it and decided to try making the bunny ears with her napkins. How clever! Thanks for visiting, Helen

  8. Ha! Brilliant idea for the bunny ear napkins!!! What a beautiful table. Everything is just lovely for a Spring celebration!

    • Maureen, Glenda will get a laugh out of your laugh about the bunny ear napkins for sure! Easter is just 4 weeks away and I’m betting there will be bunny ear napkins galore! Thanks for visiting and leaving a note. Helen

  9. Love your easter table setting Helen! Thanx for sharing at THT.

  10. Gosh! Thanks everyone ! I didn’t think much about the napkins…..kinda just one of those ah-ha moments. So glad you all like my table. Thanks, Helen for featuring my dining room decor.

    • Glenda, just keep having those “ah-ha moments” and share them right here. I enjoy featuring my friends’ homes, because their homes are the ones I know best to talk about. Easier to talk about friends’ homes than my own. Thanks for sharing your home with all of us.

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