Mrs. Rabbit is also anxious for your arrival!
They want to show you their egg holder collection that is soooo sweet. They are singing "First you put you shoesies oh so tight, then you swing them to the left, then you swing them to the right..."
Then they want to show you where you will be sitting.
Yes, yes, they put out their best silver for you!
Yes, others are invited...you won't be alone!
Okay, they will give you an overhead angle view of the table to tempt you to come!
You don't want to sit at the place with the duckie shoes egg holder? You want to sit at the place with the tennis shoes egg holder? No, no, there are no placecards, you may sit there.
No, no, the chocolate looking bunnies are NOT edible! Now, put that down please! You don't want to offend Mr. and Mrs. Rabbit!
No, there will be no hare on the menu, Mr. and Mrs. Rabbit are a little sensitive about hare on the menu! However, there will be DUCK!!! His name is Quax and he is made out of chocolate!
Mr. and Mrs. Rabbit are glad that you accepted the invitation to drop by for lunch!
I am posting this with Susan at Between Naps at the Porch for Tablescape Thursday. Take a stroll over there to get inspiration for tablescaping! You can click on the link below.
Turquoise Plates -- bought at the dollar store a few years ago.
White Salad Plates -- bought this year at Smith's grocery story.
White Square Plates -- Tai Pan Trading several years ago.
Silverware -- Damask Rose pattern by Oneida -- wedding present from my parents.
Napkins -- bought at Wal-Mart on clearance just a few days ago -- 50 cents a piece.
Ice Tea Glasses -- bought at Wal-Mart
Egg Holders -- bought at a local grocery store (Harmon's) several years ago...wish I bought more!
Mr. and Mrs. Bunny --- bought at Costco several years ago.
Candleholder --- bought at K-Mart on season's clearance two years ago.
Covered Dome Candy Dish -- bought at Target several years ago.
Chocolate looking bunnies -- bought at local grocery store (Harmon's) and the Dollar Store several years ago.