I created this blush and green spring table using mostly thrifted items and items that I already had. The large ceramic Easter Bunnies were found at the thrift store months ago. Blush color glasses and plates were found at a thrift store. Plates are set on green straw chargers for more of a Spring look. This table looks perfect for Easter.
I have a thing for seasonal tablescapes and I do this for most of the year. Changing my tablescapes throughout the year makes me look forward to the next season to come. Spring is definitely my favorite season because it means the cold weather is behind us for a while.
Years ago, like in the 1990s when women decorated their kitchens and other rooms of their homes with a theme. They would pick one certain thing and go crazy with it. We would even ask each other what theme were you decorating your kitchen in. For example, someone would decorate with mushrooms and everything had to have mushrooms on it. Your dishes, canisters, towels, and rugs had to have mushrooms on it. Chickens, cows, and pigs were big also.
These huge bunnies were found at a thrift store last summer and I could not wait to use them this year. The thrift store is the best place for seasonal decor because people use it a couple of times and then get rid of it.
I purchased the bright green straw chargers at the thrift store months ago and they are perfect for spring.
The thrifted bunny napkins have been used on my table for at least 4 years. I found the plates last week at my favorite thrifty store.
Thrifted candles and candle holders match the plates and glasses perfectly.
I have a tray on a chest by my table that I love to decorate with seasonal items. A bunny is placed on a cupcake stand and added a few pink and blush-colored items to go with it.
I made three embroidery hoop wreaths from an old $2 thrifted flower arrangement and embroidery hoops. This is a very easy and inexpensive DIY project and you can view the tutorial for the wreaths on this post.
I have been using the wreaths on the windows since Valentine’s Day and I will keep them there until fall.
These glass eggs are some of my favorite Easter decor and I keep this wood bunny bowl filled with the eggs on my kitchen island.
The bunny garland is made with plastic knives and one car cloth from the dollar store.
This is last year’s DIY Bunny Table Runner and you can visit the blog post to see the easy directions.