I have always had a soft spot for the Easter Bunny, probably because our grandmother used to make Easter so much fun when we were growing up. She had a million bunnies in all shapes and sizes that she would pile on to the dining room table to greet us on Easter morning.
I have a few bunnies of my own and still like to put them on our table for us all to enjoy.
For this table, I picked one of my favorites to be the main event and dotted the table with my grandmother’s green bottles filled with ranunculus. It was a simple setting for a casual dinner at home.
Create your own Easter table with just a few things!
- If you do not have any bunnies, I really like these wood bunnies and these fresh topiary ones. Depending on the size of your table, you may need just one or maybe 3. I always like to have an uneven number.
- Assemble a bunch of vases in different sizes and colors works well too! I used my green ones, but I have clear lemonade glass bottles that are fun too.
- Buy some fresh flowers or use the really good faux stems. They look so real and you can enjoy them for much longer than fresh ones.