Add Extra Charm to Your Holiday Décor With Vintage Easter Bunnies
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One thing we love about holidays: the sweet nostalgia they always seem to evoke—and that's especially true of Easter! Just think of all the special Easter traditions that make up your family celebrations year after year. But if there's anywhere nostalgia features most prominently, it's at Ree's holiday table. That's when beloved Drummond traditions reemerge and heirloom recipes take center stage. (Think: Easter recipes like Ree's mom's sugar cookies and luscious cinnamon rolls.)
There's also the passing down of beloved holiday decorations! It's no secret that The Pioneer Woman loves decorating for Christmas with classic nutcrackers, and if you ask us, the Easter counterpart is definitely antique bunny figurines. Plus, we all know she's a big, big fan of vintage design itself. Almost every single one of her Walmart products features a vintage-inspired look and tons of old-school charm. So, when it comes to Easter décor, we think she'd adore the idea of retro Easter bunny decorations—I mean, have you seen her blooming bunny tableware kit?
These adorable Easter table decorations vary in size, shape, and price, but there's one thing they've all got in common: They're downright adorable. And with nearly every era represented—including mid-century options, some fabulously kitschy picks from the '80s, and some playful '70s representation as well–there's really something for everyone. You can find them on Etsy, eBay, 1st Dibs, and at many antique stores all over the country.
But...what does one do with an old-fashioned porcelain Easter bunny?
Well, for one thing, you could simply start a collection. With so many options on the market, you'll never be at a loss when it comes to revamping your current set, making these sweet figurines the ideal collectible. They're rare, after all, but not too rare. And just imagine how cute the whole collection will look sitting together on your mantel!
Of course, you don't need to purchase more than one bunny to get the most out of these stunning Easter decorations. Place a single rabbit in the middle of your dining table, and you'll successfully add tons of flair to any Easter brunch setting or spring gathering.
What's more, because many of these whimsical rabbits don't immediately read "Easter," you can display them in your home all year long. They'd add a lovely, feminine touch to any guest bathroom or vanity table.
Practicality and charm? Consider yourself sold.
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