These Easter Basket Table Settings with Chocolate Bunnies are a simple and super cute way to greet your guests at the dinner table.
I’ve been having some fun with Easter planning this year. I think it’s because we’ve had a reaaaaaally long winter, and I’m dying for it to be over. I just want spring and summer…warm sun, green grass, gardens, flowers, birds chirping. It’s time. And I feel like Easter is the perfect time to pretend it’s spring. The stores and markets are full of fresh flowers and Easter decor, so I decided to embrace it.
Earlier this week I prepared an Easter table setting for the Kendall-Jackson wines blog – you can see it here. And as part of this project I also made some simple and pretty DIY Pressed Tin Napkin Rings, and I also made these cute Easter Basket Table Settings with chocolate bunnies, and I’m sharing them with you today!
Simple is always best!
These bunny baskets just sort of came about by accident. I had bought the cardboard strawberry baskets in the Valentines clearance bin at Michaels not knowing what to do with them. And last week I bought a tonne of Easter and party decorations from Target because everything is on clearance there since they’re closing all the Targets in Canada. Boo. Anyway…
A simple and super cute gift for family and friends.
So when I was gathering all my supplies together for my Easter table scape, I just had a little vision of these baskets. They are a simple and super cute way to greet your guests at the dinner table. And chocolate? What better way to say happy Easter than a chocolate bunny!
When I was initially planning my table scape, I knew I wanted to have little chocolate bunnies on the place settings for each of my guests.
How to make
Easter Bunny Settings
- Use little paper berry baskets. You can buy these at craft stores.
- Add some Easter basket grass filler. You can find this at craft stores too.
- Add a chocolate bunny. So cute!
So simple, so cute. A little adorable gift for everyone at the table.
You can personalize them!
If you want to personalize each setting you can add little name tags. Your kids, guests and family will love them! You can never go wrong with personal touches.
Now let’s eat! Recipe ideas for your Easter table:
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Aren’t they cute? Happy Easter!