Sometimes it is so hard to choose which of these symbols of Easter I want to base my decor on each year so I decided to play with all three this year!
|My husband and boys found these fresh blue flower plates years ago at Pottery Barn and gave them to me for Mothers' Day. The blue flowers match the blue on the tablecloth I found at Marshalls perfectly! The green juice glasses are from Pier 1 and the green candlesticks were another gift from my guys, found at Anthropologie. The yellow placemats and green handled silverware were Marshall's finds. I love to add fresh greenery or flowers to a tablescape, and fresh ferns grabbed my attention at the nursery. I found the little fern pot and the blue pot at Goodwill. Take a look at some close-ups from this tablescape!!|
|Salt and Pepper Shakers come in so many shapes and styles they can add a lot to the theme of your tablescape! I found these bunny salt and pepper shakers at Pottery Barn two years ago and have used them not only for Easter, but for also for a baby shower with a "Peter Rabbit" theme. The apothecary jar holds multicolored plastic speckled eggs and adds color. I love using apothecary jars to decorate with - they are so versatile! We sell so many different ones at Melange!|
|Adding more color are these glass eggs! I found the large blue one and the small pink one at a great little store called Twigs in Yuba City. I was so disappointed when the sales girl told me that was all they had left!! You can imagine how excited I was when I was down in San Luis Obispo and found some more in one of my favorite SLO town stores, Old World Charm! Arranging like objects in groups of threes and fives make an artistic display, and the way these eggs reflect in the vintage mirror caught my eye! The fuzzy chicks came from Melange and the green vase, Crate and Barrel.|
|When Kelly, a good friend and fellow vendor, brought this sweet little Easter chick into Melange, I knew I had to have it! The fuzzy chick with the blue bow and wire basket reminded me of when my sons were born, and had to have a place in my Easter tablescape! The vintage pitcher is Stangl - found it at the Sacramento Antique Fair!|
|I also fell in love with the pseudo chocolate rabbits another fellow vendor, Cathy, brought into Melange! The iconic rabbits sit atop a cherished gift! The milk glass pedestal dish was a gift from a dear friend, Sandy, years ago and it is the perfect size to display treasured items, or tasty baked treats! The "Happy Easter" prize ribbon embellishing the grouping was attached to a plastic bunny filled with Jelly Beans I found at 'The Tattered House' in Roseville. I thought it was just the added touch to finish off my tablescape! Thanks for checking out my Easter vignettes and Happy Easter!|