The Bunny Picnic

My 2017 Easter Tablescape  

Welcome to The Bunny Picnic, our theme for the 2017 Easter Table.

I draw my inspiration from one of my all time favorite Easter specials, “The Tale of The Bunny Picnic.”Which was a 1986 TV special, directed by Jim Henson and David G. Hillier, and is still shown annually on HBO in the spring, usually during Easter time. I must have watched this a thousand times as a kid, and this seasonal special has always held a special place in my heart.  So this year I chose to honor my holiday tradition of watching this tv show it with my interpretation of a Bunny Picnic tablescape, for Easter. 

To set the scene of a bunny picnic I incorporated several different sized picnic baskets, a large buffalo-check plaid table runner from Williams Sonoma, and a slew of sisal bunnies. I wanted the table to feel as if you accidentally stumbled upon the bunnies having a family picnic.  In the TV version of The Bunny Picnic you that you meet a family of bunnies each with their own very unique personalities, Mother & Father Bunny, Be-Bop, Twitch, Lugsy and of course my favorite Bean Bunny (wink, wink). 

 

This is where the fun sisal bunnies come into play. These are bunnies are available everywhere and they are all doing different types of fun springtime activities.  Two of mine came from Hobby Lobby (which is an extra 40% right now) and 2 from Pier 1 ( use code SAVE15).  

Every beautiful tablescape needs fresh flowers. For this arrangement I decided to use an actual picnic basket to house this floral creation. Mainly, because you all know how I love a multitask item, I can still utilize this picnic basket after the holidays. You may see it again in a future post since the possibilities are endless. Also when creating a centerpiece don’t be afraid to use unusual things, they will make the best conversation starters and really let your creativity shine through. I used white, pink, and lavender daisy’s, Ocean Song lavender roses, Jade roses, green ball Dianthus, purple Stock & dried cotton. The cotton adds a farm fresh rustic touch and plays up the whole Peter Cottontail vibe. I order my direct for the source with the Cottonman. The bunny heads were also purchased at Hobby Lobby as well, and they are just darling in this centerpiece. 

Next you can see I used my trusty burlap chargers that go with anything, I just love these!!! My mother’s beautiful white lace vintage Noritake china. Ball mason Jars glasses create a fun vibe for a picnic and added these fun stainless steel straws from Bed Bath & Beyond.  

We also added these sweet little mini picnic basket favors available from Beau Coup, save 20% now  with code ( SAVE20). We filled them with speckled robin’s egg candies for a fun take away favor. 

As a rule, I don’t always do place cards, as it depends on the dinner or event. However, these tiny picnic baskets do make a unique place card holder for more formal gatherings.

Designer Tip: Just hot glue the lids open to create a prop for your place card. 

 Finally, I folded these pretty pink Belgian Linen napkins from West Elm into bunny heads. You guys, up close these napkins are so pretty. They have a gold shadow thread that runs through out the entire napkin to add just a touch of sparkle. It adds just a hint of glamour to the table without trying to hard. I hope you have enjoyed visiting our Bunny Picnic Easter table,  here is a printable copy of the DIY guide to folding bunny napkins. 

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  24. You are a creative person, which comes through in your work. The world need more people like you, Fantastic job!

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  27. Muy bonito post. Me encanta el conejito. Continúo leyendo para mejorar mis estudios de inglés, al menos es un tema que me gusta.

    Translation: Very nice post. I love the bunny’s. I continue to read to improve my English studies, at least it is a topic I like.

  28. I love the way you chose to express your Easter celebration. You know it is still all a part of God’s plan, bunnies, flowers the whole thing., especially your beautiful interpretation. God Bless you my child.

  29. I love your table and chairs. Where do you get them? The wall hanging is also pretty fabulous too. TIA

  30. Bunny’s on Picnic is such cute idea. I really love the napkins those are super cute.

  31. I love that runner, buffalo check is my absolute favorite. The flowers are sooooo pretty too 😉

  32. Everything about your table screams Easter time fun. Love the napkins and those cute little mini baskets for place card holders. Thank you for all the inspiration.

  33. Your table is a direct reflection of your creative talents. Such imagination! You implemented that creative idea beautifully. Thank you for share a glimpse inside your happy home.

  34. That buffalo check runner is the perfect color for my kitchen table, where did you find it?

    Also great blog I am now following you, since you are full of great ideas.

    • Thank you Hanna I found the runner at Williams Sonoma. They have complete set with matching napkins right now in the basics section. 🙂 Thanks for following.

  35. Such a bizarre concept to put rabbits on your table. I think I would want to leave whoppers laying around under them to make it more realistic, lol. Seriously I love the table setting the runner and the napkins maybe just a few less bunny’s.

  36. Sucha sweet little table! I love the picnic basket idea with the flowers and bunnies inside. Too cute. What is you plan for next year?

  37. I can not believe I am looking at Easter ideas in October, but welcome to world of Pinterest right? Just had to click through and see your site I love so I am added your to my rss feed. Thanks!

  38. Greatest post ever! You pictures are amazing and I just love your imagination. Muah!!!

  39. Adorable floral arrangement, and adding the cotton was absolutely perfect. Great blog, please keep writing I love you ideas.

  40. I just saw your video on how to make the bunny napkins. Thank you for posting that as a video it hard to decipher a diagram sometimes and you made it look very easy!

  41. I just saw this post on Pinterst since I love all things bunny. Just wanted to tell your table is breath taking, simply gorgeous. Thanks for sharing in the love of bunny’s like me, I think I will hop around your site while I am here.

  42. Cute bunny’s I like that they have a real life feeling to them. Flying a kite, gathering vegetables, they are all so cute.

  43. So you are related to one of the muppets. I just knew it! It is just to random that you would pick this as a theme for a table.

  44. I really like this table very much, I am pinning to replicate for next Easter. Where did you find those sweet little bunny’s inside the basket, they look like they are just the heads on a stick.

    • Rochelle I found them at Hobby Lobby in the Easter section, they may carry them again next year since they usually have the same seasonal merchandise every year 🙂

  45. You have a beautiful home. This table is like looking inside of the mind of a restless creator, a true artist. I appreciate the childlike qualities it processes and yet all the attention to details make it so grown up.

  46. I have read all the comments, and my thoughts are if you are related to someone in that field and you wanted to tell us, you would have told us by now. Besides it has no bearing on how cute your table is for Easter. I really adore the napkins by the way.

    • Margaret you a right, and the truth is I am related to someone that was a part of that tv series, and you right it does not have any bearing on my design skills. I just created this table based upon a happy child hood memory for me, with something that was near and dear to my heart. The take away is for each person, is to decorate based on things that make them smile and are sentimentle to them. Thanks for your support and stopping by my blog.

  47. Those bunny napkins are perfect for this table. Also must ask, I love those metal chairs, where did you get them? I think they would be perfect with my farmhouse table too.

  48. Your farmhouse tables beautiful no matter what is on it. I do appreciate how you change it up for each season, and now of you looks are the same. it is the mark of a true designer.

  49. What a great back story for a Easter Table. You have a lot of talent and I personally think you can do whatever you set your mind too. Shoot for the stars my friend, you can totally do it.

  50. I wish my table looked like this at the holidays. Instead we usually end up eating on paper plates with paper towels as napkins lol. I just don’t even know how to start making a change from that normal, life is just so crazy around the holidays. Thank you for posting pretty pictures of what I would want my table to look like, so I can live vicariously through your page.

  51. Easter is one of my favorite holidays, the chocolate bunnies and jelly beans are my favorite. This table instantly transports me to that inner joy.

  52. You have a lot of talent, I could not possible dream up the themes and designs that you do. You are so creative.

  53. Your bunny table is adorable. I really like the little tiny picnic baskets those would be cute for party favors, stuff them with candies.

  54. I run a cafe and this is a super cute idea for the holidays. I like the cotton in the flowers, where did you get it? Seems like a good option for me, of flowers that don’t die weekly.

  55. Sweet little bunnies on your table I really like the one flying a kite. Do you reuse your decorations? Just wondering as it seem like you invested a small fortune in bunnies.

    • Hi Renee, yes I do reuse a lot of my seasonal items that are still in good shape. I do like try to use them in different ways each year to keep it fresh.

  56. I can just those bunnies being strewn all over my house once my 3 & 5 year old got a hold of them. It would be bunnies and little eggs everywhere, hahahaha

  57. farmhouse design at it best right here. bravo on such a great job. i imagine sitting down for breakfast surrounded by bunnies and it’s like something out of charlie and chocolate factory. please keep your youthful spirit.

  58. We celebrate passover, but the bunny still comes to our home. I like you idea but I might add in some purple and crosses to my version of the table.

  59. Such a cute table, love the farmhouse feel you have going on. High five.

  60. Love this table and the Jim Henson bunny theme. We need more creative sparks like him and you in the world today. I am afraid most of the good sparks are dying out quickly and the horizon is not very promising. #supportthearts

  61. I have read a few of the comments and I agree you must have a connection with the muppets. Not that it effects you obvious design talent. Maybe you help design them, or have a creative pull for them, if you don’t you should.

  62. I’m ecstatic, I love bunnies and Easter. I eat peeps year round because of this holiday. You table makes me feel like a kid again.

  63. Your farmhouse dining room has me swooning. Do you have other table setting ideas? I would love to see all of them.

  64. I love Pinterest it connects you with the best people you never even knew existed! Great job on the table.

  65. Cute table and theme. I am going to try and do those napkins, in white since I already own them. Maybe adda cotton ball to them somehow. Great ideas are brewing, thank you

  66. You have such a special view on the world, it seems like you are inspired by all things then you incorporate them into your designs. There is a growing movement of naturalist design which is driven by inspirations around yourself. I think you would be a good point person to head up this organic movement.

  67. I loved Jim Henson’s Bunny Picnic it is a classic. It does my heart good to see you revive that memory. Great article, love the table.

  68. Such a cute Easter landscape. Do you hid eggs? My kids love to egg hunt, over and over again. We hid them and they seek them, for hours on Easter. Best day of the year.

  69. Your farmhouse table is divine and bunnies are pretty cute too. Totally stealing that napkin tutorial great idea.

  70. Found you on Pinterest and just loved this table, just had to pop over to tell you that.

  71. I have read your post and read all the comments and now I have so many questions. Why do these people think because you did a table in a holiday TV show theme that makes you related to the Henson’s ? That a big leap if your ask me. Also how did you learn to fold napkins like that? Did you take an origami class? Do they have origami classes? So many questions, see I am just a hot mess.

  72. Bouncing bunnies all over your table, such an adorable idea for Easter my kids would love it.

  73. Your tables are always so pretty, and this one is no exception. I must say the napkins are my favorite part.

  74. I was looking for some inspo for a fall picnic table and I came across your sweet little Easter table. I must pin this for Easter morning bunch. We can have chocolate crapes, strawberry muesli and mimosas among the bunnies. Perfection.

  75. I am not sure my husband will go for rabbits on the table…. he keeps being home live ones for Easter. So now we have a tons of rabbits 😉 I will pin for next year, never give up hope I guess.

  76. Sweet little bunnies frolicking across your table on Easter morn. A childhood delight, just add a few chocolate eggs and carrots 🙂

  77. I have been stalking your page on this topic as I think you are somehow related to a muppet, just have not figured out who???

  78. Your site is so pretty and I really like seeing what you have decorated on your tables. I will be back regularly to see what is new.

  79. Your ideas and creativity astound me,I would have never thought to use that show as a inspiration. Nor would I have come up with the cute napkin folds. You have so much to offer us mortals as you are clearly a design goddess.

  80. This is such a fun and festive idea for Easter. I am not sure I have ever laid eyes on anything cuter than that centerpiece. I love that you used cotton, like Peter Cottontail. Your attention to details are what separates your designs from all the rest. Just know I really appreciate all those details 🙂

  81. Hippity Hoppity Easter is on it’s way! I will pin this for my table next spring. Thanks!

  82. I love your table, I love your theme, I love that you are a muppet fan, and most of all I love that you share your creativity the same way Jim Henson did.

  83. Those napkins are the sweetest thing I have seen in a while. Thank you for sending me the printable instructions, I can not wait to add them to my table next year.

  84. You are so talented and creative. I wish I had half your abilities, you are so lucky. Your blog is really good and I hope it take off and you have tons of followers. Good luck and wishing you all the best.

  85. Such a sweet bunny table. Love the napkins and centerpiece. You have nice blog I really enjoy it.

  86. So cute! I love the table runner and napkins. Even with out the beautiful centerpiece just those two things would be cute.

  87. I really enjoy you blog, and I am now caught up and ready for you new stuff! Can’t wait 🙂

  88. I love your table, and found it on Pinterest. Why am I looking at Easter in the fall, well the early bunny gets the carrot my friend. 🙂

  89. I loved the Bunny Picnic show and Bean was also my favorite. After reading a few comments it seems like you know that puppeteer? Needless to say I love the TV show, and how you brought it to your Easter table. Clearly that creativity must run in the family. 😉

  90. Those bunny heads are faaaaabuloooooos! Where did you find them? I must have some for next year, my mind is just reeling with inspiration right now!

  91. I love to see all your tables for the seasons but this one is by far my favorite so far. It is pure perfection, like you walked in on the bunnies frolicking around on the table. Just wanted to let you know it made me smile, just like a Publix commercial.

  92. I have seen this picture around Pinterest lately and I just want to stop by to tell you that it makes ma smile overtime I see. I think you should know that is spreading sunshine across the internet. Thanks!

  93. Sunday brunch now a bunny picnic I just love your stuff. You make the rest of us look bad, especially when I am just throwing Eggos on the table, lol I will be back to read you Fall? Christmas stuff can’t wait!

  94. Fun table and story, I am really enjoying your blog so far, must check back in soon.

  95. Those bunny heads are pure perfection, and your table setting is beautiful! I love what you did with the napkins too, soooooo cute. Thanks for the tutorial video too.

  96. Your tables are blowing me away, you don’t get put few thing on the table and call it a tablescape, you really create a scene. Great job you can tell that you put a lot of thought and effort into it.

  97. I loved the Bunny Picnic by Jim Henson, it was a childhood favorite. The fact your turned into a table setting is is fun and creative. I imagine Jim Henson himself looked down at it and smiled.

  98. Love the bunny theme and the table. You have very pretty taste and so much creativity. I am pinning for those sweet bunny napkins, such a great idea.

  99. Love that this table brings images to life, showing off your treasured family rituals for Easter.

  100. This table has such a innocent child like quality to it. Perfect theme for a Easter Bunch. Bookmarking for next year! You should create a minute go with it.

  101. I love a good buffalo check pattern table runner, add burlap and bunnies I am sold!

  102. You skills and creativity come shine through on this table. Thanks for sharing a beautiful piece of you inner soul with the world and making a brighter place.

  103. This table is really something special. You floral skills are some of the best I have seen, you must have back ground in the field. Love the napkins and the picnic basket place cards, it’s all the details with you and I love that.

  104. I am a big Easter fan and bunny lover. This table makes me smile from the inside out. Thank you for sharing my passion for this holiday.

  105. Your table is adorable and so festive. Your imagination and creativity is such a special part of who you are and I am glad you are sharing it with the world. Good Luck

  106. So sweet, I love the little bunnies and the picnic theme. Where do you get your ideas from? You are so creatively talented.

  107. I too am a inquisitive muppet fan looking to know more, I think you may know more that you are leading on about. Great blog and fantastic table can’t wait to see if any new projects are cropping up????

  108. Bunnies!! I love bunnies and your table is the sweetest little picnic on the block. Great theme and execution of a theme, which is hard to do I call this an Epic Pinterest Win!!!!!!

  109. Love you table and theme. I remember that Jin Henson Special, ahhh those were the days when TV was actually good and worth watching. Glad you were able to make a fun table based on that theme.

  110. I am enchanted with this magnificent table setting. It feels as if I entered a private section of the woods and caught the bunnies frolicking about.

  111. I love your table, and dining room. It is beautiful even with out all the decor, as are you. Many blessing my friend for much deserved success.

  112. I love a good bunny table and this one takes the cake! Bravo, fantastic use of theme and bunnies. Pinning for next year, yes I know I am early but you can never be too early.

  113. I just love this super sweet table. Pink Buffalo check and bunnies in baskets, it is sheer perfection for an Easter Table.

  114. I am a huge Easter fan. I grew up on the Bunny Picnic, and Bean was my favorite too! I love that you took a childhood memory an themed a table after it. I love your creativeness, it keeps your blog so interesting, you never know what your might find.

  115. Cute table I love those bunny heads wherever did you find them? I am not familiar with Hobby Lobby, is it a US store? Maybe they have a website I can order from because they are just too cute.

  116. You have such a pretty dining room and the decorations for the holidays are so festive. Thanks for the inspiration.

  117. I love this table the bunnies are adorable! I seem to remember that holiday special as a kids and I loved it. Reading that comments below and following to find out the answer????

  118. This is so cute and sweet, and I love the bunny heads popping out of the picnic basket. I would to just go shopping with you one day to see how that beautiful creative mind works. Hugs my friend.

  119. I loved that special and this table is a perfect representation of it. Love that you are a Henson Fan, my favorite bunny was BeBop. 🙂

  120. You are one of the most beautiful souls I have seen in a while. You have a beautiful blog, with pretty post and projects, and you offer it all for free… no flashing advertisements flashing at me upon arrival. Thank You for keeping it simple and real.

  121. Glorious table, I adore the picnic basket place cards, and all the details you included. I would love to be a guest at one of your dinner parties. Cheers~

  122. Fun little bunny table, you have a creative outlook on everything you do. Good job.

  123. Sunny ideas from a smart lady. Your table is cute for Easter, thanks for the share.

  124. Bunnies are my favorite, I collect the Beatrice Potter plush tea sets and books. I might have to steal you picnic idea for a tea party soon.

  125. I love this tablescape, it’s creative and fun yet I feel as if you did not break the bank putting it all together. Thanks for the inspo. pinning for next year.

  126. I love the theme of this table, and your floral skills are second to none. Please keep up all the beautiful work that you do and thank you sharing with the rest of non-creatives. You inspire hope that we too could actually achieve this type of life.

  127. I’m ecstatic, but I’m rarely ecstatic about posts these days. The Bunny Picnic is one of my favorite Easter specials! I have been reading a few comments below, and I am intrigued. So more research will take place on my part prior to asking the preverbal question. Following, pinning and bookmarking 🙂

  128. Ich habe heute mehr als 3 Stunden online surft, aber ich habe nie einen interessanten Artikel gefunden. Es ist ziemlich wert für mich. Meiner Meinung nach, wenn alle Website-Besitzer und Blogger gute Inhalte wie Sie getan haben, wird das Netz viel nützlicher als je zuvor.

    Translation: I’ve surfed more than 3 hours today, but I’ve never found an interesting article. It’s pretty worth for me. In my opinion, if all website owners and bloggers have done good content like you, the net will be much more useful than ever before.

  129. I heard a rumor that you are related to someone in the cast of The Bunny Picnic, can you elaborate? After a little research I believe it to be Bean Bunny.

  130. Wow! Thank you! I always wanted to write on my site something like that. Can I take a fragment of your post to my site?

    • Thanks for enjoying my site, and I am glad you find it interesting enough to share. Unfortunately, the intellectual property belongs to my site, and I own all my photos which are watermarked and copyrighted. Unless we have a written contract or written agreement to repost my articles with a trackback link, I can not permit you to take fragments of my post. Feel free to check out my collaboration perimeters list on my blog site.

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  134. I loved the bunny picnic, I am a huge fan of that holiday special. Back in the good old days when things were simpler, and the creative spark of Jim Henson was making the work good. I am so happy to see that his creativeness inspired you to do a table for Easter. Never let your beautiful spark go out 🙂 Cheerio

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  136. Thanks for the article. My spouse and I have usually noticed that many people are eager to decorate for the holiday especially in the US. Great post thanks.

  137. What I did not realize is actually how you are so well-liked in the design industry. You are so intelligent. You realize this means I have to step up my game next year! Your own a lot of nice stuff and are always maintaining and keeping it up!

  138. I appreciate this blog, because I found exactly what I was looking for. You’ve ended my 4 day long hunt! God Bless you man. Have a nice day. Bye

  139. Thanks for your posting this design for the Easter industry. I will also like to pin this for next Easter. Great post!

  140. It is actually a nice and helpful piece of information. I am happy that you just shared this useful information with us. Please keep us informed like this. Thank you for sharing.

  141. Hi! Quick question that’s completely off topic. Do you know the price of those bunnies and bunny heads? If you have any recommendations, please share. Appreciate it!

  142. Thank you for the good writeup. It in truth was the amusement of the bunnies that reeled me in. Looks like a pretty complicated set up by you! By the way, how can we keep up a correspondence?

  143. Hello, Hey there, and Good day! I love that you were inspired by the Bunny Picnic for your table. I too am a huge muppet fan. Happy to see another fan with something positive out there referencing them right. Keep up the good work!

  144. It’s an remarkable article and perfect table for Easter. I am pinning this sweet idea for next year! So cute, I love it! Muah xoxox

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  147. I’ve learned a few new things through your post.I will be pinning for next Passover/Easter.

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  155. I love what you’ve got to say. It’s very well written. Pinning for next year’s Easter Egg Roll.

  156. Such a cute idea for a Easter table, I now this comment comes out of season, but I really like the theme of The Bunny Picnic you chose to do. I will pin it for next season.

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  164. I must say this is the cutest and prettiest table setting I’ve ever seen. This theme is perfect for Easter. It reminds me of Alice in Wonderful tea party. Brilliant idea!

    • It does have that feeling, I once did a wedding in the theme of the Mad Hatters Tea party which was super cute!!!

  165. This is a gorgeous bunny picnic tablescaping. I love the idea of using the picnic basket with the flowers and bunnies in there. Just beautiful and creative. Thanks for sharing the ideas.

    • I really, really love this! So fun and eloquently stated. As someone who used to avoid art like the plague (because I suck) and now manages to actually sell art, this really resonated with me.

  166. OMG all of this looks so super cute and such a fun set up! I would love to be a part of this Easter celebrations haha.

  167. Awww I love this table setting!! I wish I could fold my napkins like this. My kids would love if I made our table up like this.

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  168. This is so adorable. I need an awesome Easter centerpiece like that.

  169. This is too adorable! I love the little bunnies all over the table. It’s so awesome to have a table setting like this for Easter! The kids will love it.

  170. Wow. Your setup is do beautifully done. I love the details. I hope I can pull this off on my own home too.

  171. That is absolutely lovely! I would LOVE for my guests to walk into my house and see this set up 🙂

    • Thank You I have always loved Easter and spring. I can’t wait to see my house guests reaction when they arrive for the holiday!!!

  172. I love your Easter setup, such a beautiful display! Those bunny decorations are too adorable.

  173. All this table decorations are just so adorable!! And I love the way the napkins look!!

    • Thank you it was so much fun to do. If you are interested on how I made the bunny napkins I will send you free tutorial via email subscription 🙂

  174. This looks simply amazing. I’m not normally a fan of country-style decorating, but this is exceptional!

    • Thanks, you sound just like my husband, that’s why I have to walk the line of farmhouse and industrial modern. This month I won and farmhouse chic 🙂

  175. That table is gorgeous! I would love to have a table like that for Easter this year, my son would love it and say bunny every five seconds.

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  176. Jen, This is absolutely adorable! Bunnies are my persons so I really loved this tablescape!

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    • Thanks Kelley, I loved the buffalo check too. It is where the entire inspiration started to take shape 😀 Sometimes thats all you need is a inspiration piece.

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