victorian bunnies

Maybe it’s because of that Alice in Wonderland clip they had on the Golden Globes last night (How glamorous did everyone look? I loved it!), but rabbits in outfits seem like a good idea this morning. These sweet little porcelain cups ($35 each) are from Elm Design in Australia and would be perfect for juice or wine or even to use as little votive holders. Elm Design has a large collection of porcelain tableware with fun printed images, and you can check out (and shop) the full collection right here. xo, grace

  1. Julie says:

    thanks for sharing Grace! Love the ginko leaf tealight holder….hmmm, a treat for myself perhaps?!

  2. Ok wow, these are prefect! I missed the Golden Globes, I’m sad now, oh well, these cute ceramics have cheered me up, great find! Bunnies are the best, they are illegal to have as pets in Queensland which is always saddening, oh well. i’ll just have to buy one of these cups instead!

  3. That is precious! I could see t being a bedside cup in a little girls pretty pink room! Or just my room…. either way…

  4. These are amazing! If I did not still have little bunnies of my own running around the house, I would get some today!

  5. Renée says:

    Too beautiful! I have a weakness for porcelain cups!

  6. Lumo says:

    Just adorable… I have serious weakness for cute, quality bunny items.

  7. how cute is that?! I love Alice and Wonderland things, very very cute! Esty also has some interesting Alice and Wonderland themed things.

  8. kendal croix says:

    so darling. i can not wait to have my own kitchen again to
    have pretty things like that in it.

  9. I adore these ceramics, I truly do!!

  10. Oh! How lovely to find Elm Design here. These porcelain beauties are just divine.


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