Thursday, April 09, 2009

Children's Easter Fireside Tablescape

Happy Easter Tablescape Thursday. I have already visited a few of you and WOW this is going to be a good Tablescape Thursday. Make sure you get around to visit all the entries some time this week, they are really beautiful and will give you all kinds of ideas for your Easter Table.
Thanks again Susan at Between Naps on the Porch for giving us all the opportunity to share our Easter Tablescapes with each other and all of you.
We will be up north for Easter this year so my grandchildren will not be here. I set up this little fireside children's Easter breakfast table the way I would like to have it if my babies were going to be here for Easter morning.

Little egg shaped plates in different colors at each place setting so they can argue over who will get what color ;) Do yours do that? Blake will definitely want the green one.


Ruffled fruit dishes on a couple of the setting for the ones that will eat fruit. Riley will just want eggs and bread.

Taylor's favorite color is blue so she will most likely want to sit here.

Mrs. Bunny will make the final decision about who will sit where.

I really do wish they were here.

When they were here a few weeks ago they all got to see the decorations that I had out. I used a few of them for the centerpiece here.

This sparkly rabbit riding on the sheep is one of my favorite pieces.


Close up of the egg plate. I'm going to say this one will be Riley's pick.



This green one for Blake.

Blue for Taylor.

Yellow for blond little Aidan.

Mrs. Bunny is happy now.


This Welcome Spring egg always makes me smile.

Happy Easter to you, all my blogger friends. Tomorrow, if I get a minute, I will do a high chair set up for Nolan. I wouldn't want to leave him out and the bunny high chair that we have had all the babies endure is perfect for an Easter Tablescape even if it is the most uncomfortable high chair around ;)
Hugs,
Sue

















44 comments:

  1. Gorgeous!! I love those egg-shaped plates!

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  2. I so want to be a kid and come sit at your table! Just stunning and adorable. BYW - I just posted photos of my almost finished sunroom...just love the new color!
    Happy Easter my friend.
    Love - Sheryl

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  3. That is such a beautiful table setting!! I would be a little nervous with mine, but maybe we can use my set of chipped china I bought for them. That way, if they break something it is not a big deal!! And it would be pretty for them!! :)

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  4. Such a sweet table...your kids would love it, I know.
    Happy Easter

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  5. Now that is just stunning! Memories in the making for those little ones.

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  6. Sue, This is Gorgeous and I can just see them sitting there in thier pretty little Easter Frocks! That Bunny is to die for, and I have never seen anything like it! Love your home!!!! Nancy

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  7. How adorable and fun for your lucky littles. Sorry they won't be with this Easter. You have so many beautiful and unques things, it is wonderful that you share them with all of us!

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  8. Wherever did you get those beautiful egg-shaped plates with the most adorable designs on each? I have to have them!! I've seen egg-shaped plates before but nothing as beautiful as yours. Lucky girl. And, I adore your lady bunny. It's as if she's watching over your grandbabies! Hopefully, one day, I'll have grandchildren of my own and I will make a tablescape as lovely as yours for them. Enjoy your blessed Easter. Joanne ~~ glamourgirljoanne@yahoo.com

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  9. So beautiful. This is how an Easter table should look. Thank you for sharing and Happy Easter!

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  10. Joanne,
    The egg plates are from Williams-Sonoma. They are about three years old now so I don't know if they are still available. You might try ebay. I looked on the back of a plate and it did not have a specific name for the pattern. Thanks for your kind words.
    S

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  11. Hi Sue, this is so pretty! I love the egg shaped plates and the bunny is adorable! You did an outstanding job! Kristen

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  12. What an adorable tablesetting for your precious grandchildren. I love the bunny and egg topiary. All the egg plates are so pretty and how fun they are different colors. Your bunnys on the mantel are also just so adoreable. I hope you and your family have a blessed Easter. Hugs, Marty

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  13. I'm a new reader of your blog, and your setups are so amazing! I aspire to be at your level one day.

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  14. Oh what a lovely Easter setting! Gorgeous.
    Too bad your little grandkids can't join you there in front of the fireplace. Beautiful, beautiful job!
    Cass

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  15. What a beautiful table! And what lucky little bunnies who get to enjoy it. I too am loving the egg plates. Too cute!

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  16. What a really lovely table and I love the Centerpiece and those lovely Easter plates.

    Have A Great Table Scape Thursday
    from Roberta Anne

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  17. Hi Sue...

    Ohhh Girl, your Easter tablescape for the children is just precious and Ohhh sooo pretty too!!!

    The first thing that caught my eye was that pretty egg tree! I love that and it makes such a fabulous centerpiece! Wherever did you find that? Love it! I also love that little lamb with the bunny...darling!!!

    The second thing that I noticed were your egg plates!!! I just love, love, love them! In all of the pretty pastel colors and the little pictures of the bunnies on them are just too cute! I'd love to have them...Oh boy, I'm just sitting here green with envy...guess you'd have to place me at the green placesetting if I were to join in! Hehe!!! Love the pretty pink ruffley bowls...beautiful!!! Well my friend, you did a fabulous job setting this Easter table! I'm so sorry that your grandchildren can't be with you on Easter! I'm in the same boat here...all 10 of my grandchildren live in Texas...I really don't get to see them much which just breaks my heart! However, we do have a trip planned in June to go and see them all...yeeehawww!!!

    Sending you and your family my very best wishes and blessings for a wonderful Easter!!!
    Chari

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  18. So beautiful! I love the egg plates, and Mrs. Bunny is adorable! Everything is truly lovely! Blessings.

    Andrea

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  19. It looks fabulous. Have a great Easter...I know your guests surely will.

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  20. Mrs. Bunny is fabulous and I love the egg topiary and the plates are great. It looks like I loved everything about this table! Happy Easter.

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  21. Sue, this table is just gorgeous and it is sweet. You did a wonderful job. I just love it. We have a Blake too. Won't be home for Easter...I miss my kids during this time, I want to buy baskets, candy, little presents. Your family is going to have a wonderful time together. Hope your Easter is precious.
    Blessings,
    Debbie

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  22. I love your egg plates! Very pretty tablescape.

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  23. Sue, love the plates!! Where did you find those? And all your foil things and decore, Mrs. Bunny is darling, all fun!!
    Have a great Easter!
    Linda Q

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  24. This is just the cutest table setting! I love the big bunny in the apron, and those egg-shaped plates are charming! The bunny riding the lamb is so unique and another charming element on this table. Can you tell I want to sit at the children's table? So pretty. laurie

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  25. A truly impressive table! Love the big bunny, she is so unique. Everything looks so wonderful.

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  26. What an incredible centerpiece! I love the colorful tablecloth and the charming dishes. Bravo!

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  27. I love it! Those egg dishes are adorable! Perfect for children!

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  28. What a darling tablescape. I love Mrs. Bunny especially her Easter bonnet. Also the egg plates are beautiful. You did a great job on this table. Adorable!!

    Happy Easter.

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  29. Hi Sue! Oh, I adore your precious table! Now, I could really take those bunny plates off your hands! I don't think you need them, do you? ;)
    Happy Easter, Dear One,
    Shelia ;)

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  30. Hello again! Another lovely table! I have to ask- did you make that tablecloth? It's gorgeous! And it is so perfect with the other pieces you've set. Your pink glasses are great, too- I could see them in so many different settings!
    Thanks for sharing!
    - Meg

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  31. Thanks Meg. No, I did not make the table cloth. I can't sew a lick unfortunately. Most of my things go together because I work with a specific color palette of pink, green and blue in varying values. My paint chips and wallpaper samples are always in my purse for when I need to see if something will go with what I already have at home.
    The pink glasses are from Anthropology. I think they carry them all the time.

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  32. Sue this is a delightful tablescape and you know your little ones so well lol, love the huge decision making Mrs Bunny, the egg plates and sparkly bunny and sheep. Happy Easter, hugs, Kathy.

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  33. How adorable is that table!! The dishes are precious and your Mrs. Bunny is just too cute. Did you make her? Yes, mine grands have their favorite colors, too. I wish you could be with your grandchildren. Mine will be away also.
    Great post. Happy Easter.

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  34. Love it all! Beautiful, really it is all so very beautiful! Have a blessed Easter!

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  35. A+!!! My favorite tablescape yet! I love the colors, the placement by the fireplace (who doesn't like to eat where it's warm), the yummy colors of the plates and the thought of those precious little grandchildren eating there. LOVE those egg plates. Just beautiful!

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  36. OK, I HAVE to have those egg shaped plates!!! You are amazing!!
    It's Friday...but Sunday's Comin'!

    Have a blessed weekend!

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  37. Omg, Sue, everything is so stunning, you do such beautiful work, I let out a *GASP* when I saw each vignette, you are so talented when it comes to making everything so cottage sweet and pretty!!

    Wishing you a blessed Easter! Hugs, Cynthia

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  38. I love, love, love your tablescape. Too bad the grandkiddies aren't coming. They would be so delighted. But then again, they probably aren't old enough to appreciate all your effort. I love the egg shaped plates. And Mrs Bunny is too cute. I have the same Welcome Spring egg. I love it! Thanks for sharing your table. It's beautiful.

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  39. Any child would love to sit at this setting -- in fact...so would I!

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  40. This is just beautiful and I know y'all had a wonderful Easter meal! I love the Williams-Sonoma plates!

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  41. Your tablescape is just gorgeous. I love the egg shaped plates, Mrs. Bunny and the egg tree - well, all of it. Do you have trouble keeping the adults from sitting at the children's table? ;=)

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  42. What a goregeous, gorgeous table! I love the tall bunny and those egg shaped dishes are so perfect! Just beautiful!

    Manuela

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Hugs,
Sue