Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Easter Brunch Table Setting

Lee's exact words when he came home from work and saw our Easter Table was "It looks like Easter pooped on our table", Quickly followed by "In a good way". Not exactly the reaction I was hoping for but I'll take it!
To me, it's not Easter without Tulips! So I knew we had to have tulips, in multiple shades, and since you can't go wrong with more flowers I added some orange-y red Alstroemeria!
So in case you were wondering here's what it looks like when Easter "poops" on your table:

You can see our new little yellow bowls, I specifically chose a bouquet of Yellow Tulips to match into our yellow bowls. The yellow bowls sit on top of of two crisp white plates.
I wanted to add a little sparkle we used our crystal candle  holders, both for tapered candles and pillar candles.

I added some Spring-y Napkins I made using our napkin tutorial (the fabric is from Jo-Ann Fabrics).
Then as a bread plate I had these little Easter plates, it's a set of 4 with each one having a different animal in it, ones a bunny, ones a duck, ones a chicky and ones a birdy.

And last I added some little ceramic birdies!
And in case your wondering why there are champagne flutes on the table . . . what's Easter Brunch with out Mimosas!

I hope you like Easter Poop as much as I do!

29 comments:

  1. Love your beautiful table. It is all just darling, with great pops of color. Very cheery, and It made me smile just looking at it:)

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  2. if thats what Easter poop looks like i DEFINITELY want some, lol! i've found that when men/boys say poop it always equals good. great job!i esp. luv the bread plates it adds some whimsey. at walmart they have these deep deep almost black purple tulips i want so bad but i know here in texas (a couple hrs from the coast) they would not last (or maybe its just my brown thumb...)

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  3. Beautiful tablescape. I love the pops of colour from those gorgeous flowers.

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  4. Ahhhh, men. Your table looks very pretty & cheerful :)

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  5. Very pretty setting.

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  6. Very pretty. Love Lee's comment....ha!!

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  7. Beautiful, love the colour. What are you serving?

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    1. Nothing is set in stone yet, But I'm thinking, Croissant sandwiches, with a butternut squash soup, a very light spring-y salad, and quiche oh, and ricotta, spinach puff pastry rolls (a new recipe).

      YUM!!!

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  8. It looks so pretty! I love it the fun colors and white birdies! So pretty :)

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  9. Love, love, love it! Actually, I pretty much love your whole house! Can I move in? ;)

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  10. Beautiful colours! And I love the new bowls - perfect for this setting.

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  11. Can you please come and do mine? Your table is beautiful and so colorful and cheerful!

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  12. That's hilarious. When I would see a lot of Christmas decorations (maybe over the top) I used to say looks like an elf threw up in here! Beautiful table - enjoy the brunch. Thanks for sharing and hope you enjoy the rest of the day. Jalon

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  13. Love your tablescape, even if it looks like Easter poop! LOL the flowers a beautiful!

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  14. I adore it! The napkins are awesome and the colorful flowers look so vibrant and fresh! BTW- your blog has totally sucked me in! I'm a new follower and so in love that I am posting about your blog on my blog tomorrow! Have a wonderful Easter!

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  15. Love your Easter table! It looks wonderful! I'm coming over from Honey We're Home and love your blog! Can't wait to read more!!

    Andrea
    the-blonde-ambitions.blogspot.com

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  16. I love your poopy Easter table. Lee's hilarious!

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  17. I love your Easter table - it is gorgeous! I'm a new follower to your blog!

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  18. Pretty tablesetting - love the napkins and those bowls are so pretty!

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  19. Bahahahahahaha! I love husbands that are good with words ;-)! I think your table looks fabulous. It's a festive Easter brunch I know I'd love to attend!

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  20. I love the yellow bowls....and the tulips. Beautiful!

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  22. I love the barn doors. Could you tell me where you got those. And your Easter table setting is adorable.

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    1. Thanks so much!
      We made the barn door ourselves, well more specifically Lee made them :)
      Here's our post on it:
      http://www.maillardvillemanor.com/2011/12/barn-door-done.html
      Lots of Love
      Ashli

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  23. Congratulations! Your blog is amazing!
    Marina
    from Brazil ;)

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  24. That same color of Alstroemeria has been on my counter all week, and moved to my Easter table this morning as well. It's my favorite flower! Love the bright yellow bowls. We're a household with 5 free-roam house rabbits and a serious bunny fixation, so tell Lee that he hasn't seen nothin' yet when it comes to Easter pooping all over ;-)

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    1. LOVE this tablescape! Eclectic but totally pulled together - great mix of crystal and pottery. Fresh flowers. The fun, modern napkins & bowls. Love this blog in general. You have a new follower :) You should enter this into the Craftbaby Spring Feast Tablescape contest: http://www.craftbaby.com/contests/6/spring-feast-tablescape-sweeps

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