Last year’s Easter table was a biggie. Very much inspired by nature and the woodlands that surround Connecticut Country House, I set my table using lots of interesting textures and colors from twig placemats intertwined with faux moss and clover to soft Robin’s Egg Blue salad plates to faux mossed bunnies and birds nests.

Creating a foundation with the twig placemats really helped set a magical tone, and because they cover most of the table, there was no need for a tablecloth. Building upon them with white and pretty soft blue plates topped with spring green faux moss bunnies, added a wonderful whimsical touch. Inexpensive little nests were filled with chocolate eggs, as well as real eggs, and twig baskets were potted with small spring flowers: pansies and grape hyacinth. This year, it’s a smaller, more intimate table setting. Instead of faux moss bunnies, I’ll top off each placesetting with one of my little NMCH Chocolate Bunny candles…of course! ?

The nature-inspired woodland placemats, plates, and nests have turned out to be in use year round here at Connecticut Country House. I love them…they’re a staple…and I found them for you!

Click on any of the products below that interest you, and each one will take you to their product page! Easy!

Happy decorating!

Love, Nora

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8 Comments

  1. katzz65 on March 22, 2018 at 1:28 pm

    Beautiful…

  2. Yvonne Shafer on March 22, 2018 at 1:33 pm

    Beautiful and inspiring as always! Did you make the placemats or find them on line or in a store? The moss bunnies are e try cute!!

  3. Lori Barnett on March 23, 2018 at 9:48 am

    Where did the sweet butterfly plates & green bunnies come from? I’ve been searching for some of these & haven’t been able to locate any!

    • Nora on March 23, 2018 at 9:54 am

      Hi Lori!

      You can click on any of the images, and it’ll take you right to their website! Easy! Love, Nora

  4. Audrey Johnson on March 23, 2018 at 4:11 pm

    Love it. Wish we could plan an Easter meal outdoors. Here in Michigan most years it is still too cold. I could do something like this inside of course but it would just be so much more beautiful outside. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Nancy Caubarreaux on March 23, 2018 at 7:47 pm

    Where did you get your bigger off white/white plates with the scallop detail…love those! thank you!

    • Nora on March 24, 2018 at 8:37 am

      Good ol’ HomeGoods! ?

  6. Nora Lee on March 25, 2018 at 4:46 pm

    From one Nora to another…this is beautiful..❤

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