The Easter Bunny is planning a visit to our house this year and I want to make him welcome.

His Road Trip Natural Bunny friends are testing out a new sports car in anticipation of his arrival. 

Bunny cars are the latest thing for Easter deliveries and should speed up the hippity-hoppity down the bunny trail. The car you see is last year’s model and is currently on sale. Pier 1 has a new model with flowers for 2019.

We’re all set for a delicious breakfast of bacon and waffles with raspberry compote and whipped cream. Little egg hunters also enjoy chocolate chips on their waffles. It’s Easter, you know, and chocolate is obligatory.

This little guy is guarding the baskets of eggs and jelly beans. Wait for breakfast, little ones! (though Nana has been known to turn a blind eye to eggs being munched before the oh-so-nutritious breakfast – what’s worse, chocolate chips on waffles or chocolate eggs?)

Off we go, into the wild blue yonder!!

Pasture Bunny salad plates from Pottery Barn are sitting on top of English Countryside dinner plates by Mikasa. The Dubost olivewood handled cutlery is from Sur la Table.

Green gingham napkins were from Pier 1 last year, and they’re held in grapevine napkin rings.

Hi! Wanna come along?

The small silver baskets were a gift from the kids many years ago, and I believe they came from Williams Sonoma.

The Natural Baby Bunnies are also from Pier 1.

I think this little scrunched up bunny is my favourite of the four plates. It looks like he’s counting something.

Plain old orange tulips in green raffia pots made a cheerful show.

This car is a blast. Do up your seatbelts everybody. It’s time to get going. 

We’re on our way! Bye now!

I’m sharing this post with Between Naps on the Porch.