bunny ears and cabbage centerpiece


Happy April 1st! I’m excited that Spring is finally here and Easter is just around the corner 😉 I saw this idea on One Charming Party last week and I thought they were sweet details for an Easter brunch. I usually don’t post any food items that aren’t sugar-related on this blog. However, I made an exception today because I couldn’t resist the cuteness of those bunny ears 😉 And even though that puff pastry is hidden in all those greens, it’s technically still a cookie, right? The flower arrangement is just gorgeous for Easter too!!

Sara from One Charming Party bought the Petits Palmiers at Trader Joe’s and then tucked them into a colorful green salad. The centerpiece is made with ornamental cabbage and other beautiful spring flowers. These are easy-to-achieve details that will make your Easter dinner stand out 🙂 Thanks Brittany and Sara 🙂
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6 responses to bunny ears and cabbage centerpiece

  1. April 1, 2011

    Haha what a cute idea!

  2. April 3, 2011

    I just found your blog while flicking through various ‘links on Friday’ posts 😉 (not sure anymore which one it was ;)) and I absolutely love your blog! The colours, shots and inspirations, as well as the details are absolutely adorable! Will definitely come back!
    If you have a spare minute I would love to welcome you on my blog!
    Yours, Theresa from http://neu4bauer.blogspot.com

  3. April 4, 2011

    Very cute. I love the salad. And the floral arrangement too. I would have never thought cabbage could look so lovely.

  4. April 4, 2011

    that salad is perfect for easter!!! and the flowers are gorgeous!! thanks for sharing, e! 🙂

  5. April 6, 2012

    Ornamental cabbage is a wonderful thing, truly.

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