We're welcoming spring in the garden with daffodils and tulips, and flowering deciduous magnolias, redbuds and cherry trees. And I'm welcoming spring on the table with a fluffle of bunnies! What is a "fluffle"? It's the cutest term for a group of bunnies! They can also be called a "colony" but where's the fun in that?
I'm happy to be joining a group of wonderfully creative stylists for a Spring Tablescape Blog Hop organized by Rita of Panoply! All the links in the blog hop are provided at the end of this post.
I started with a tablecloth covered in meadow flowers and butterflies, then chose woven chargers of dark rattan.
Next up were dinner plates with an interesting textural border, followed by lovely salad plates featuring four different scenes of bunnies and flowers.
For the centerpiece I used a variety of faux spring flowers in a pretty purple vase. I would have liked to use flowers from my garden but I'm in between bloom times.
All sorts of flowers are blooming on the napkins! Flowers from both the meadow and garden are represented and I just love the mix of vibrant colors.
I love each of the four plate designs, but I think this last one is my favorite.
I delight in unpacking my collection of porcelain bunnies each spring. Today I'm gathering the larger ones in the center of the table around the vase, almost as though the bunnies are taking shelter under the flowers.
Adorable baby bunnies frolic on mom's back.
Iced tea glasses have lovely blue stems that echo the color of some of the butterflies on the tablecloth.
These two flower-bedecked bunnies are a lidded box and a sugar bowl.
Scattered by each place setting are pairs of salt and pepper shakers, each one cuter than the last.
A fifth pair has found themselves on the buffet with the largest of my rabbits. He's dressed for the occasion with a jaunty bow.
A fluffle of bunnies adds charm and whimsy to any spring table!
Thank you for joining me today! Please continue on to the table from Rebecca at the Zucchini Sisters and then circle back to any that you might have missed. You are sure to find inspiration from these marvelous tablescapers!
Home is Where the Boat Is - Cottontail Farms
Everyday Living - The Blessing of Easter
Corner of Plaid and Paisley - One Happy Bunny
Belle Bleu Interiors - Spring Brings Joy
Living With Thanksgiving - Easter Fun
Hyacinths for the Soul - Springtime Pleasures
Celebrating Everyday Life - How to Style an Elegant Easter Brunch Table
The Painted Apron - Carrots and Cottontails
The Bookish Dilettante - Tablescape Blog Hop: Wildflowers for Spring
Pandora's Box - A Dollar Tree Dessert Station
My Thrift Store Addiction - Egg-cited for Spring Breakfast Table
The Little Yellow Corner Store - Creating Happiness With An Easter Tablescape and a Giddy of a Good Time
The Cat's Whiskerz - The Annual Spring Meeting of the Bunnies
Celebrate and Decorate - Spring Table Decor
Red Cottage Chronicles - Blue and White Tablescape for Spring
Me and My Captain - Spring, When Flowers Bloom and Nature Sings
Thrifting Wonderland - Spring Forward Tablescape
Bluesky at Home - Bunnies and Blue Spring Tablescape
Dinner at Eight - Welcoming Spring with a Fluffle of Bunnies You are here!
Zucchini Sisters - Lavender and Sage Spring Tablescape
I would like to thank Rita from Panoply for organizing this delightful tablescape hop. Here's to welcoming spring!
Tablecloth, salad plates | Williams-Sonoma 'Floral Meadow'
Porcelain bunnies (except napkin rings) | Fitz and Floyd
Napkins | Sur la Table
Stemware | Schott-Zwiesel 'Conte Sapphire'
For more tablescapes featuring bunnies, visit An Easter Table with Hydrangeas in the Meadows, Hopping into Spring or Springing towards Easter Meadows.