Bunny Pink Easter Luncheon

Less than two short weeks and counting until Easter Sunday! I have a few ideas that I hope will serve to inspire as you prepare your table this year. First up, a lovely luncheon or brunch table sure to delight your guests.

I’m so thrilled to finally use these Kate Spade “Rutherford – Pink” dishes!!! They are a favorite in my collection! For a fabulous tribute to a Breast Cancer survivor or a sweet bridal or baby shower, just swap out the bunny, ears, and eggs!

Each guest treated to a pair of bunny ears from Dollar Tree. Great for selfies later!

Flatware from my Mom’s house that I thought would be fun with this setting.

The blush of just barely pink glassware from Home Goods doesn’t compete with the dishes.

The pink and white checked table runner is a fortuitous Hobby Lobby find from last year.

Who’s this handsome fellow? Why, it’s BARTON, of course! My year-round bunny who lives all over the house! Barton stands in a Home Goods basket surrounded by a lush menagerie of muted faux greenery, berries, and tulips. I added a trio of metal garden spheres from The Painted Sofa in Kansas City, MO, and a fabulous oversized bow tie from Nell Hills.

I’ve had all kinds of ideas for Spring and Easter tablescapes over the years. Some wild, some weird, some peacefully wonderful. If you’d like to check them out, here’s a sampling!

Stay tuned for a couple of new Spring/Easter tablescapes I hope you’ll enjoy!

15 thoughts on “Bunny Pink Easter Luncheon

  1. Alycia, love your pretty pink tablescape. The Kate Spade dishes are so pretty. The centerpiece is beautiful. Who doesn’t love a sweet bunny. Tulips are such a graceful flowers. The dollar store bunny ears are darling. Happy Easter.


  2. As always…. Perfection in Pink!!! Who wouldn’t feel fancy sitting at such an extravagantly decorated table!!! Attention to detail is abundant 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏


  3. I really enjoyed the video, although you should have talked. (I did hear your sniffing though. LOL!) In the video, I would have enjoyed hearing you talk about everything that made up the centerpiece. There were some sprigs in there of plants I did not recognize. I also loved the berries. You know how I love that bunny. You did a fabulous job here. Yes, there is a lot of pink, but you pulled it off. The pink glassware is so charming. You actually reminded me with this post that I have pink glassware of my own. I’m going to have to figure out what to do with it. Lovely, as always.


  4. Lovely tablescape and I like the bunny ears as it adds whimsy! I have to copy this idea! Hope the dollar store has some left!
    Happy Easter! Happy Spring!


  5. Nice to see you back. The table was beautiful, as usual.
    I’m sure you can remember how it’s hard to celebrate special days with some one in Hospice. We put my husband in Hospice this week. He sleeps most of the time and will only eat what I fix and bring up. My faith will get me thru this.

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  6. This is totally adorable Alycia! I LOVE the pink and the bunny ears with your napkins are such brilliant touch! Your centerpiece with the sweet bunny surrounded by tulips and greenery is delightful! The pink eggs are another wonderful detail, such a fun and fabulous Easter table!


  7. So much to enjoy here, Alycia! Such a cute idea with those bunny ears! Love the checked runner. Those dishes are lovely, too. A bunny nice Spring/Easter setting for sure! If you don’t post again soon I wish you a very Happy Easter/Resurrection Sunday!

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  8. Alicia I adore your pink table….all your elements are inspirational for sure. I will check out dollar tree for the cute bunny ears…they really add cuteness to your table.

    You know what a sports nut/fan I am. Rock Chalk Jayhawk…loved the win Monday. A new title to hang at Allen Fieldhouse. The Royals started the season right with an opening game win. Yay. Not sure I am happy with the Chief’s trading Tyreek Hill. 😦

    Hugs always
    Kari @ Me and My Captain

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