Tablescape Thursday ~ Easter Brunch

My tablescape this week is from my home in Washington State. We had brunch with our children after church on Easter Sunday.

Our traditional Russian Easter Bread ~ Kulich. My sister Lana G! and I baked this by ourselves for the first time this year.

We also made the traditional sweet cheese topping for the bread called Seerney Paska in Russian. The X is the first letter in Russian for Christ and the B is pronounced V in Russian and it stands for Arose. Christ Arose…

Our little bunnies are holding the signs for the reason we celebrate Easter. Again this is written in Russian Christ is Risen, He is Risen Indeed!

 

Here are our children after our yummy brunch of Swedish Pancakes which Dear made for all of us. We had to get the Swedish heritage in there, too.

To see more Tablescapes please visit Susan at Between Naps on the Porch!

Photobucket is holding all my photos that I stored on their site from 2007-2015 hostage replacing them with ugly grey and black boxes and asking for a large ransom to retrieve them. It is a slow process to go through all my posts deleting the ugly boxes.

About Ellenhttp://I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

23 thoughts on “Tablescape Thursday ~ Easter Brunch

  1. I just love it! I love how the table is so soft and welcoming. I really like the striped tablecloth. And I love the napkins, too. That cake is gorgous. What a darling family that is! I’m so glad you had a wonderful holiday! Blessings, Barb

  2. Colors are so soft. I love the fact that you and your sister baked. I made an Italian Easter bread this year that I posted on my blog but your recipe looks intriguing.
    Joyce

  3. Ooh! I’d be happy to know the name of the china with the pink roses circling the edge and you two did a great job with the Kulich…now, if only I could taste it :D!

    🙂 Cori G.

  4. The table is so pretty! I love the Russian touches! My great grandmother was from Hungary and she used to make a form of the sweet bread too! Looks like you had a great Easter! He is Risen Indeed!

    Blessings !

    Karyn

  5. Oh, how pretty! Love your tablecloth-love all of those stripes! Your table is very pretty-there are so many things I like. I love how your table is in your kitchen! Beautiful job!

  6. Your family is beautiful! It is so wonderful that they were all there to share Easter with you. I love how you keep your country’s traditions and pass them on to your children!

    I love all the textures on your table. I love all the pastels and the green and white striped cloth. Everything turned out so fabulous!

  7. Thank you so much for stopping by and saying hello today. Please stop by again anytime!

    First of all your kitchen is so open and lovely. The table is incredibly “springy” and the colors are so cheerful and bright for the season. Love the addition of the Russian food as an accent to the table. Just heavenly! Amy 🙂

  8. What a lovely looking table – and an even lovelier picture of your children. It must have been so good to be all together again!

    I made paska – finally – and oh my – it is good!!

  9. Oh gosh… where to start… First of all thank you so much for including some Russian history and tradition! That interested me very much! The food looked so good… I bet you and your sister were very proud to carry on the tradition! And ok… the bunnies holding the signs… Where did you get those…? Those would be the perfect Christmas present for my best friend…

    Lovely… Thank you for sharing your family’s tradition.
    ~Really Rainey~

  10. Your family is beautiful. How wonderful that you got to spend the holiday with them. I love everything about the table, the eggs, bunny’s and the gorgeous dishes. It was so interesting to see the bread and cheese and to learn a little Russian. Just lovely in every way. Hugs, Marty

  11. What a wonderful table! Love your dishes, your rabbits just everything! You have a very handsome family and they look very happy too!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia 😉

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