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I decided to do an Easter table away from the usual pastel colors and I'm really happy with how it turned out!
I really like the color palette of yellow and green with touches of brown. The green and brown make me think of spring; when the brown earth begins to sprout new greens in a verdant renewal.
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And here's the centerpiece I made using the $4 mossy basket I bought from the charity booth at a local antique store. I added some more moss (from Dollar Tree), some green-speckled eggs, a green ribbon bow (leftover ribbon from my wedding bouquets) and a resin "chocolate" bunny that I bought some years ago.
Isn't he just too cute?
Now, even though this is an Easter brunch, we still have to have some candlelight pictures!
Green bubble glass candle dish.
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Items from this tablescape that were purchased at the Dollar Tree:green paper napkins,
solid chocolate Beatrix Potter bunnies,
green bubble glass candle dishes
moss filler for the basket centerpiece.
chocolate Peeps bunnies
Cloth napkins: April Cornell
Green place mats, green dishes, Ralph Lauren table runner: TJ Maxx
Coffee cups and saucers: Noritake "Knottinghill". 1995
Salad plates: Pottery Barn, "Emma"
Flatware: Onieda, "Morning Blossom"
Champagne Flutes: Luigi Bormioli "Michelangelo" Boston Store 1995