It wouldn't be right to share the kids Easter brunch tablescape without sharing the grown ups table too, so here are a few pictures to inspire you....
We debated between the idea of a traditional look, with my Grandmother's china, which I had used for years at Easter and now lives at my daughters home, or to go with a casual garden look.
In the end the casual look won out, because she hadn't unpacked the dishes, coupled with the fact that we are currently enjoying a little warm, sunny spell here weather-wise, and so the garden theme seemed a no-brainer.
We used an old weathered child's wheelbarrow, filled with terra cotta pots and baby violets nestled in birdseed. We placed the wheelbarrow on a craft paper runner (Bought by the roll in the paint department at Home Depot) atop a vintage crocheted tablecloth, and topped it all off with cute burlap bunny napkin rings on spring-time green striped napkins with my mother's beautiful dafodil silverware...perfect!