Green is one of my favorite colors so it should come as no surprise that I adore this table decor. I love the different shades of green against the natural elements of the wooden table, clay pots and the hyacinth weave placemats. This setting is warm, earthy, casual and very inviting. You can linger at this table and sip tea while chatting the afternoon away. I’m share below how this table came together and where I sourced my items. I hope it inspires you as you style your own tablescape.
This table was inspired by these gorgeous toile bunny salad plates. I love the sage green tones and the design. Around the same time I found the large moss bunny and sage hemstitched napkins. You may not be able to tell, but I paired the toile bunny plates with my Bordallo Pinheiro cabbage dinner plates. I love these plates – truth be told, I love this company and I’ve been collecting many of their ceramics for years.
I think it’s unconventional to add a dragonfly napkin ring to a table setting, but I fell in love with this enamel dragonfly and the varying tones of green. Not only do they match perfectly, but they add a whimsical element to the garden theme. Tucked away between flower pots are mini bunny salt and pepper shakers (pictured above).
The clay pots are haphazardly placed over a moss table runner and a tall green moss bunny takes center stage. An assortment of garden flowers are tucked away inside the pots with some moss for good measure. These flowers were last week’s assorted floral bunch from my local grocery store and the ferns are clipped from my garden. I picked up two potted bulb flower pots at Trader Joe’s not realizing how beautiful or timely they would begin to bloom. I believe they are trumpet daffodils with hyacinths in pink and purple. The hyacinths are not blooming in these pictures, but they have bloomed as I’m writing. I’ve had these bird tea light candle holders for some time, waiting for the right time to bring them out. I filled them with chamomile flowers since this setting is for brunch. Had this been dinner, I would have added more tea lights throughout the table.
This green moss bunny is wonderful – he’s a happy bunny, perfectly sized and his perky ears and body language are a dead giveaway he’s up to no good in Mr. McGregor’s garden. The vintage green glasses add that old world charm and interest.
This tablescape works great for Easter, spring, garden or any outdoor themed party. I hope you love this tablescape as much as I do and find inspiration as you create your own tablescape.
Green toile bunny salad plates – HomeGoods, can be found on eBay and Etsy
Bordello Pinheiro green cabbage dinner plates – I’ve had these for a long time, store Bordallo Pinheiro
Kilofly natural water hyacinth weave 14.5 inches placemats – Amazon, but they are sold everywhere
Solino Home sage hemstitch linen dinner napkins – Amazon
Dragonfly enamel napkin rings – probably vintage and discontinued, purchased on eBay and Etsy
Indiana Glass Company, Mount Vernon 6″ water goblets – vintage, found in antique stores, Goodwill, eBay and estate sales
Garden bird tea light (filled with white chamomile flowers) – Yankee Candle, discontinued
Bunny Salt & Pepper shakers – HomeGoods or TJ Maxx a few years ago
Stainless steel flatware – daily set, probably discontinued
Moss table runner and clay pots – craft store
Potted bulbs in clay pots – Trader Joe’s
Assorted flowers – local grocery store