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Easter table settings are kind of my fave, just because there are so many opportunities to get cute with it. The bunny in these photos was actually a gift from my Mom about eight years ago. At the time I was like “WOW but will I ever use this?” Cut to eight years later and I literally use it every single Easter in a multitude of ways. Best gift ever! I love how simple and chic it is, while also delivering that festive charm. This year for Easter lunch, I wanted to do a whimsical and floral tablescape that picked up on the colors of a beautiful set of napkins I found. I wanted to carry the bunny theme through the tablescape, and I created the cutest personalized bunny napkins that double as table settings! These are BEYOND easy to make, and there are so many things you can do to make them your own. I decided on tying a feather between the ears, and using natural colored eggs– but you could even tie flowers or fresh herbs into your napkin bunnies!
I love how these turned out, and I’m so excited to use them. Ian and I will be apart from the kids for Easter this year, so I’m planning to celebrate with them the weekend before real Easter. I know they’ll love these cute napkins!
- Hard-Boiled Egg
- Multi-Surface Marker
- Fold your ironed square napkin in half diagonally to create a triangle.
- Fold the point of the triangle into the bottom of the triangle.
- Beginning at the bottom of the triangle, continue to fold diagonally, about 1 1/2 inches.
- Bring the ends together (these are the bunny ears) and tie with twine.