Admittedly, this Easter tablescape might not be the most practical but I had so much fun putting it together, I just had to go with it!
I combined feather boas with a fuzzy blanket to create...
...a fluffy bunny Easter tablescape!
I had wanted to use these bunny plates (from Pier 1 a few years back) and they went perfectly with the look.
Here is an full view of the table which began with a fuzzy pink throw blanket layered with a pink/white checked table runner. Feather boas were run the length of the table and some were cut and placed in the center tray basket.
This pic below is a better view of the pink throw blanket as a tablecloth. I ordered it on Amazon a few weeks ago.
For the centerpiece, I placed two of these matching white bunnies (Pier 1 years ago) in a tray basket which was set atop the pink/white checked runner.
I added faux pink roses and Easter eggs along with a feather boa (Dollar Store) which I cut in pieces.
Battery operated string lights were placed amidst the feathers.
Faux greenery hangs over the edges of the basket and other bunnies and candleholders sit among the feathers next to it. Fairy string lights were tucked in under the feathers here too.
There is just something about having the feathers surrounding the bunnies that gives them a fluffy vibe.
This one is all nestled in and looking cozy!
Two pedestal candleholders were placed on each end of the table with a tealight in one and a plastic Easter egg in the other.
I opted not to use a placemat and had a white square charger plate rest directly on the fuzzy tablecloth.
Faux pink roses were placed next to my egg-shaped bunny plates as an extra embellishment. Pink/white checked napkins coordinate with the table runner.
The flatware was tied with a pink ribbon and set on the white dinner plate.
In order to add even more fluffiness, I set a little dish next to the place setting to hold an Easter egg with a small piece of a feather boa. This is meant to serve as a placecard holder.
I used my butterfly etched stemware which is perfect for a spring table.
Although meant for Easter, this type of tablescape would probably work well for a baby girl's shower as well.
Even if you don't go quite as wild with the feathers as I did, you can still create this fun look just by nestling a feather boa among some bunnies in a tray.
Why not give it a try and create your own version of a fluffy bunny tablescape?
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