The Partiologist: The Table & Tulips

The Table & Tulips

No Easter Party would be complete without a Partiologist Easter Table!  And you can create this party table too!   It all started with the gingham napkins I found at Pier I and a bunny napkin I saw on Martha Stewart. 

Easter Bunny Napkins


NAPKIN FOLD DIRECTIONS
I then added "The Partiologist" touch...a Cotton Tail!
Here's the Party Table~
The Place Setting
Of course it started with 12 x 12 gingham scrap book paper~
And layered on that~
Dinner Plate
Easter Grass
Dessert Place
Bunny Napkin

And the Place Card~
The beverage glasses - so simple with a ribbon tied to each~
Added a cube of pineapple and umbrella~
I used my white table runner and added bright ric rack along both sides~
In the Middle were colored Sixlets~
Two Jars on each side of the tree.
This Tree~
Did you know Easter trees grow colored Eggs?  Yes they do, how lucky is that?  One more time~
On another counter I added some Dutch tulips...Wooden! 
I once planted some tulip bulbs - upside down.  They came up, just a little late since they had to make a U-Turn.  I have since decided that planting flowers was not in my job description.
Along with the tulips, I added pastel Marshmallow Poles, and Mints!

I remember the first time I got to wear nylons.  It was on Easter Sunday, and I got new white patent sling back shoes...with a little heel.  My hair was long and curled, sides pulled back with ribbons. (I may have looked a little like the Easter tree)  And some funny looking glasses I'm sure.  But I was having a good HARE day!  :)

I've got the One Hop Party Stop!
 

19 comments :

  1. Such a cute table design for Easter. Thanks for sharing!
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  2. Kim, I'm in LOVE with this table/party!!! Easter is my favorite holiday!
    Thanks for the "eye candy". LOL

    Susan Skalican
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  3. I thought the bunny napkins were adorable and then I began scrolling down through your post. This is a picture perfect Easter table setting, love every idea you came up with to create such a lovely dining room.

    P.S. We always got a new outfit with new white shoes for Easter too. Love your good *Hare* day line :)

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    1. Thanks for stopping by and for scrolling down!! :)

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  4. ok, so you are funny and super talented!!!

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  5. What a great idea using scrap booking paper for placemats! I love that! It is such a pretty table! Thanks for the ideas!

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  6. I remember many Easters spent with you! I probably remember the first time you wore the nylons and I am sure i was impressed with your shoes! And, now I am so impressed with your beautiful, creative Easter Decor!!!!!!

    Happy Easter to you and yours! Hugs!

    CHEERON!!!

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  7. Lovely! I loved he place settings and the sixlets really made a wonderful impression of color. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. whoua trés trés jolie j'aime beaucoup bravo

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  9. whoua trés trés jolie j'aime beaucoup bravo

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  10. Ha ha, great party minds think alike. I did a photo shoot in early March for Easter with Easter grass between plates too!

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  11. Can I please be invited to one of your parties?! :P Adorable tablescape!

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    1. I would love for you to come to one of my parties! :)

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  12. The table is gorgeous!!! So funny about the tulip planting!

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