Tuesday, 7 April 2015

Easter Table

Hi lovely people, hope you all enjoyed a wonderful 4 day break, celebrating Easter, Passover or just chilling, grateful to have an extra two days off work!

And a big thank you to all who take the time to comment on my blog.  I do appreciate you!

Along with celebrating Easter Sunday, Hubby celebrated a birthday on the Monday, so we decided to combine the two and have a family lunch for him.  I couldn't help but decorate the table with chocolate eggs, birds’ nests and tiny bunnies (I was channelling my inner child here!)  Centre stage was taken up by my fabulous gold Rabbit/Hare by Abigail Ahern and bunches of fresh flowers.  I think I might have bought the very last one at my local Debenhams store!


So bringing you flowers, chocolate eggs and bird’s nests. The gold star table cloth is the same one I used at Christmas and the snow drop glasses are vintage from a local charity shop and the vintage gold ribbed glasses I found on Etsy.  The pink and gold vase is a recent find at a local antique store in Southsea, it was hanging out on a brown table surrounded by brown maps in a room full of brown dusty and faded antiquities…it’s no wonder I spotted it!  The tiny pastel bunny dishes I found in Brighton at a store called TIGER, they have a selection of quirky items for really good prices.


























Have a great week!
Sharon


10 comments:

  1. HI Sharon...That look great ...!!!...happy new week love Ria...x!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hi Sharon, Your Easter table looks so lovely those little bunnies are so unusual. That is the second time this week I have read about a TIGER shop, what a shame that our nearest one appears to be Cardiff! Sarah x

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hi Sarah, they are rather unusual looking, as I entered the shop, one of the assistants was taking them out of packaging to display, so I caught her just in time, I might have missed them otherwise. x

      Delete
  3. Linda mesa, Sharon!
    Ótimo final de semana, amiga querida!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you dear Silvia, hope you had a lovely Easter! x

      Delete
  4. Incredibly beautiful Sharon, each detail so creative, so pretty. It might have been so good to celebrate Easter and your husband's birthday.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you Regina, it was a festive affair...hugs x

      Delete
  5. Stunning and very creative Sharon!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hi lovely Sandy, I trust you're enjoying the sunshine and all the mangoes your side (slightly jealous of course!) x

      Delete