I am definitely no expert at setting a table, but I do enjoy making sure I have everything out that I think we will need for our meal. I try to make it look as pretty as possible, even though, in a matter, of minutes, it is all in disarray!
I had wanted to do a different kind of “basket” on each persons place setting, but it wasn’t working out for me, so I had to get creative with what I had.
These are those single serve rice containers. I was saving them anyway for use with Mod Podge or paint so I had enough to use them for this.
I found the free downloadable place cards and the pieces I used to put together my “lollipops” at It’s Always A Party At The Parkers blog. What a great blog for party ideas!
I have like a thousand popsicle sticks I keep in a tin container and every so often they come in handy for things like this.
Some Easter grass, a plastic egg with some more chocolate in it, little chocolate bunnies and it’s done. Just enough for the adult kids to get their candy fix. Since my granddaughter is not old enough yet, she got a little gift instead of candy.
My dishes are Noritake Brookhollow and these are my “good” dishes that I picked out for my bridal registry 26 years ago. I still love them and I’m sure it has something to do with the fact that I don’t use them all the time. I admire them every time I do take them out of the hutch, though.
I guess I liked a scalloped edge even then!
Good food, good fun, good times!
Linking up with Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps On The Porch.
My Pleated Poppy giveaway is running through until Sunday night!
Very pretty Kathy! Love the goodies in the teacups. Too cute! Thanks for checking out my tablescape! Kristen
I think you did a fabulous job!! I love the rice containers with the goodies :)
This is such a gorgeous table. I love the colors of the goblets. The little individual treats are so fun.
Kathy - this is a very pretty Easter table. Love how you took the time to make little baskets for everyone.
Your table looked so pretty!
Your dishes are lovely. You made a good choice in picking your wedding china. I also love the tablecloth.
Everything looks so spring like. I like that you made something work that you already had.
Very pretty table, Kathy, and I like the Easter baksets :)
Lovely dishes. the tablecloth really brings it all together. Great idea on the little baskets!
Your mini basket party favors are so well conceived and executed. Your Brookhollow is lovely, and it works beautifully on your wonderful tablecloth. Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay
Your little rice baskets turned out great! I love your pretty dishes -- I can see why they still charm you. This is such a welcoming Easter table.
I have always loved the Brookhollow pattern. We picked Barrymore because of the peach and seafoam green infatuation I had at the time. :) But, Brookhollow was my 2nd choice and in hindsight should have been my first! Beautiful table!
Hi Kathy, I like the dishes and have a similar set in a pretty floral that I use on rare occasion. The table looks great, and I may have to get me some popsicle sticks too!
Your table is beautiful. So much fun. Your rice baskets really came out great.
What a beautifully festive table! Too bad it doesn't stay together long!
Well, for being 'no expert' you sure did a professional job with the place settings!! What a fabulous idea for 'Easter baskets"!
Wow! Soooooooooo beautiful!
Lovely Easter table! Your lollipop favors are adorable!
Beautiful tablescape. Your china and linens are gorgeous. I absolutely love the idea of using the little cups to arrange such precious baskets for each person. That is so special and such a creative idea. Fabulous. Hugs, marty
So colorful and cheerful! The essence of spring!
Darling table setting! Uh oh, we could get in trouble together! I see the pink chair you like, the black and white painted furniture and ruffles! It's a good thing we don't live close by! I love your blog! Thank you for stopping by mine, I've been terrible at updating of late. :)
Beautiful Easter tablescape, Kathy. Love how you used the rice containers as table gifts. They were absolutely darling.
Have a wonderful day,
Love your post. Cute ideas for me as I like cutsie. You have so many cute stuff I had to enlarge so I could see them better. I am a new follower.
This is a sweet setting Kathy! Once we get the house back in order I need to attempt a setting in our dining room!:) Also love your new finds and cant wait to see what ya do with them!:)
Your table is absolutely beautiful!!! I love it!
I have to say you did pretty good for no expert. Table scapes are not my thankg either, but I do have fun when I try:) Have a great weekend Kathy! I am not sure if I follow your blog, but I have been over here enough times that I should! and I will now.
Well I do follow, so I am adding to my blog roll on my blog now~
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