Spring and Easter table settings always look extra festive and beautiful with designs from WH Hostess. When Kelly sent me a package of placemats, wrapping paper and favor tags, I had the best time designing table setting ideas with them! The green topiary bunny is such a classic that always looks and feels fresh. WH Hostess paired it with yellow and blue and I added in pink. I love how all of the colors come together ~ and I also love that this design works well for a party for boys and girls!
Kelly sent wrapping paper with a wicker weave design and I used the wrapping paper to decorate a small, white, gable box. I added the paper to each side of the favor box and then used a WH Hostess favor tag to the front of the box. The paper and tag add the cutest details and make a perfect addition to each place setting on the table. WH Hostess also sent yellow and white striped ribbon, which I added to a pot of cut tulips. I also added it to the white napkin with a thinner solid pink ribbon. These are easy details that add personality to your place settings!
Another option for the table setting is to place the pot of cut tulips on the center of the plates. The bunny topiary placemats by WH Hostess are darling and give a playful vibe to the table. Having a place card at each place setting always adds a personal touch and the cards from WH Hostess coordinate beautifully with the placemats. I love a pink and white cabana stripe tablecloth with the placemats, but the options are endless for coordinating. I almost used green and white gingham, and I still may before this Easter is over! 🙂
More of my favorite Easter tags are shown below~ the beautiful topiary with the adorable bunnies on each side looks so perfect on a white box dressed for Easter gifting. Again, I added wrapping paper to a mini gable box and then tied the favor tag on with a pink ribbon. The pink bow tablecloth is a perfect backdrop for WH Hostess party paper, too!
If you are feeling a bit crafty, you can create your own miniature bunny topiary using green vine from the craft store. I found this vine at Hobby Lobby and simply shaped it into a bunny shape to mimic the placemats.
See how simple it is to make a casual table setting look inviting and interesting with beautiful details? I am always drawn to WH Hostess’s cheerful and classic designs. I think these are gorgeous for a casual luncheon, children’s table, or everyday throughout the spring to brighten your kitchen table!
I’m excited to share more ideas for spring with you! Try these ideas, too…
Best Buds Spring Supper Club (teens)
Triple Chocolate Cake (Spring)