Easter Decor

This year I went more neutral with my Easter decor. These bunnies and tulips make my kitchen so bright and festive! 

 When I putting together our Easter Table, my kids favorite egg colors were of COUSRE the bright colorful ones, and mine were the more neutral eggs (SEE HERE

So I thought I would share both table ideas so you can see how much the table changed by only switching out the eggs. 
In truth.. I really do feel both tables are so fun and pretty! 
Bunnies-Target
Eggs-Target
Vases-Micheals
Flowers- Magnolia Market
Tray-Old 

Eggs-Target (dollar spot)
See HERE for all other details 


Easter Sunday Tablescape

 I can't believe Easter is next week! I wanted to post my Spring Time Tablescape before it was to late to share all my cute Easter finds! I have been sick with a head cold for the past week and half and didn't even notice I forgot to add my silverware to the table! haha.. you win some, you lose some.  
ENJOY!
Eggs- Target
Napkins-Target
Gold plates-Target
Egg holders-Pier one
Napkin rings-Target
Bunny Name holders-Target
Placemats- Old  
Plates & Cups-Tai Pan (old)
Grass-Micheals
Chairs- Downeast
Chair Pads- Ballards design
Rug-Pottery Barn
 I added 4 new chairs to my dining room. These metal Chairs from Downeast Home (snagged on clearance) really pulled my kitchen together with my newly upholstered caption chairs! 
I also added new roman shades and a new rug from Pottery Barn for a more neutral feel in my home. I am loving the updates!
There you have it, Simple but pretty I think! 

Before we know it...summer will be here! Truly spring and summer are my favorite times of the year. Lately, I have been overanalyzing my life. This summer I turn 40 YIKES!!!  I can't help but process what I have done with the last 40 years of my life. I have to say there have been happy things and sad things and set backs and miracles over the years! I've done and seen some pretty amazing things . I can see God's hand in the very details of my life. I am happy to KNOW that I am where I am suppose to be. Here in my little corner of Idaho. I didn't think in a thousands years that I would be in the very spot where I grew up as a child, but here I am seeing my kids live and enjoy the same things I did. Idaho isn't perfect, but there are perks :) no bugs, no humidity, clean mountain air, low pollution, low housing and food costs. BUT... if one lives in Idaho you also have to battle the winters. I honestly think that's the only con. Oh and lack of shopping! haha :)  but with the winter comes wonderful springs, and AMAZING summers and Fall. With the bad always comes the good! 
Happy Easter everyone!