Easter Breakfast Table
I’m so excited today to do an Easter table hop hosted by Chloe with Celebrate and Decorate. There are so many great bloggers with beautiful tables that you should take a few minutes to see all of their Easter table settings.
Is it just me or do you feel like things are starting to lighten up? For the first time in a year, I feel like I can plan a vacation. I’m hoping to be able to see extended family this Easter. Are you planning to spend Easter with your family?
On My Easter Table This Year
I’m using a blanket on the table this year for my spring table setting. I don’t have a lot of table linens and a black table just doesn’t feel springy. I love this blanket because it has pretty little pom-poms. I wanted to keep the color palette light and add natural elements.
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For my simple Easter centerpiece, I used fresh tulips, which are the perfect flower for Easter, and wood bunnies. Adding fresh flowers is the perfect way to signal the arrival of spring. I love Trader Joe’s flowers because they are so affordable BUT this time one bunch was moldy inside the leaves. Have you ever seen this before?
Your Easter table centerpieces don’t have to be limited to just floral arrangements. Instead of just one item, the centerpiece can encompass the entire center of the table. This is the perfect occasion to have fun decorating your dining table.
The napkins are thick cotton stripe with burlap bunny napkin holders. I almost always use white plates as the main plate for several reasons. First, I don’t have a ton of dishes and my main ones are white because you can use them in so many different ways. Second, food looks best on white plates. In addition, you can create cute place settings with any color scheme using white plates as the base.
If you’re looking for an easy Easter DIY for your table try these wooden eggs. I used these for Easter last year and you can reuse them every year. For me, this is the perfect table for an Easter celebration. This can easily take on a more kid-friendly vibe by adding colorful eggs and Easter baskets to the center of the table. The best part is you can use them for an egg hunt after when all the food is gone.
Before you go, you might be interested in reading: Small Easter Brunch Table Setting, How to Make Easy DIY Easter Table Decoration, Burlap Bunny Napkin Rings, Easy Easter Basket Ideas for Teenage Boys.
Now it’s time to visit all of the other amazing tables. If you’re following in order, next up is Mary from Home Is Where The Boat Is.
Celebrate & Decorate
Design Morsels (you are here)
Home is Where the Boat Is
Living With Thanksgiving
The Little Yellow Corner Store
My Hubbard Home
Corner of Plaid and Paisley
The Sweet Sensations
Belle Blue Interiors
Red Cottage Chronicles
Life and Linda
Mantel and Table
Life at Bella Terra
Bluesky at Home
Calypso in the Country
The Painted Apron
Me and My Captain
My Thrift Store Addiction
Andrea, Thanks so much for joining in our hop once again! I would love to know more about your tablecloth. Is it a tablecloth or a throw? The texture and pom pom trim on it make it so interesting! I am a particular fan of textured throws used for tablecloths because then I don’t have to worry about the wrinkles I may not have ironed out of a tablecloth! I rarely get to Trader Joe’s here in Florida because it is not convenient to me, but I have had the same experience with flowers from my local grocery store. White plates are also my stand by and everyday plates. I agree that food looks best on white plates. I wonder what you will think when you see how many plates I have…probably that I need to get rid of some more! Maybe I can send you home with some!
Andrea, I love repurposing different types of textiles as tablecloths, and the pom-pom trim is so fun! Tulips are always lovely and make a pretty centerpiece. It is a pleasure to join you for this celebratory hop! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction
I love your bunnies Andrea! And the sweet burlap bunnies holding your napkins. Your table blanket adds such a sweet and cozy feel and tulips sing Spring and Easter! So pretty!
Andrea, I love using white plates to accent the food served…it is so much more appealing. And the use of your white blanket was an excellent choice for a tablecloth. I have even used sheets before and no one is the wiser. I love the simplicity of your table setting…the bunnies and eucalyptus are the perfect choices to say “it is Easter”! Unfortunately, I do not have a Trader Joe’s near me, so I can’t speak for the flower mold on your leaves, I have always been envious of fellow stylists getting such bargains with beautiful fresh flowers. Someday perhaps we will have such a store here in the Cape. I understand a new Trader Joe’s is going in across the bridge joining the Cape to the mainland and although I have not gotten out and about due to my illness (and the pandemic), it will definitely be one of my first stops. Speaking of flowers, I love your purple and white tulips! It is a trade off to having great weather year round OR growing tulips, lilacs and forsythia in the colder climates. I have done both, and I will take the warm weather…. but i still yearn for yellow jonquils and little purple crocus popping up through the snow in early Spring. It has been a pleasure hopping with you. Blessings Always, kari @ me and my captain
Andrea, your improv with the blanket is perfect for this spring table! The poms resemble bunny tails, and the tabletop carries out that theme. I love the green & white stripe ticking napkins with bunny napkin rings. You’re right – white is classic, and even with as many different salad plates I keep, I very often go with a white or ivory base. It’s a no fail. Happy Spring!
Kudos to you for using a blanket or throw. White plates are always perfect and I adore your cute little burlap bunnies holding the green and white napkins. Love the pretty tulips. The bunnies are adorable and add some whimsy to the table. Happy Spring and upcoming Easter.
Andrew your table looks precious. Love the bunnies and the napkin rings you used. Happy Easter!
Those burlap bunny napkin rings are so adorable! What a creative idea! I also agree with you about the versatility of white plates. Food looks great on them and they go with everything. Your table is so pretty and festive – perfect for Easter! Great to hop with you again!
Andrea, I love to repurpose something like a blanket or a throw as a tablecloth. White plates always work and food is definitely more attractive on white plates. The burlap bunnies are so cute holding your napkins. Wishing you a Happy Easter!
Andrea, what a perfect idea to use your pom-pom quilt for your tablecloth. The texture of the quilt and pom-poms really add to the theme of Easter–it reminds me of fluffy bunnies and bunny tails. (Just like the tails on your burlap bunny napkin rings.) The touches of natural elements like the wood carved bunnies and colorful tulips and greens add a subtle but delicate message of Easter. So lovely. Happy Easter!
Andrea, I’m feeling better about travel, and thinking first on short distance then in a year, longer destinations.
How smart to use a throw for the table cloth, plus the texture really grabs the eye.
I love my white plates, for everyday use and on special table settings, they really do make food look extra special 🙂
Andrea, your Easter table is beautiful! The quilt makes the perfect underpinning, and those sweet bunnies and tulips make such a pretty centerpiece. Those bunny napkin rings are adorable! I hope that you have a Happy Easter!
The blanket with the cute little poms adds so much texture to your table, and it feels cozy. Love those white plates! I have similar ones but have my eyes on a new set. Don’t tell my girls, they think I have too many dishes already 🙂 Tulips are one of my favorite spring flowers and it’s probably a good thing we don’t have Trader Joes nearby. They would be too hard to resist. Have a fun and peaceful Easter with your family, and it’s so nice to be able to gather again.
Andrea! Love the blanket as a tablecloth! I do that often myself! And, you are so right when it comes to white plates. They are often my go-to! Your tulips are lovely too. And, those bunnies are adorable. Your table is certainly bright and festive for Easter! Crossing my fingers we can at least have a small gathering of a few family members this year!
Andrea, I love the idea of using a blanket as a tablecloth ~ plenty big and it does create a soft look and feel. Tulips are always perfect for spring and Easter tablesettings. I love Trader Joe’s too. So happy to be hopping for Easter with you.
Andrea, I adore your cute burlap bunny napkin rings! I love to use a coverlet or throw for a tablecloth. As always it’s a treat to join you at the table and blog hop with you. Happy Spring and Easter!
LOVE your blanket tablecloth! White and Texture is my favorite combination! And tulips! Unfortunately, I have had that problem with Trader Joe’s flowers. Not very often, but it is frustrating when it happens. I usually check pretty carefully before I actually buy them now.
I hope you have a lovely Easter – your table is certainly ready! 😉
Your table looks great!! I just love that blanket at a tablecloth, it adds so much texture to the table! That along with your burlap bunny napkin rings and those big chunky wood bunnies are such fun touches!! Your tulips are beautiful. I wish I had a Trader Joe’s nearby because the few times I have been to one, I am so in awe of their flower section. I hope you have a blessed Easter.🐣
Andrea, I love the idea of using a blanket as a tablecloth. It’s definitely a good size and has such a nice texture. The napkin rings are really cute too. Happy to be hopping with you.
Andrea, I love the nubby texture on your blanket and the cute pom poms. The purple tulips are perfect for spring and add just the right pop of color to your table. I sure wish we had a Trader Joes nearby. Their selection and prices seem a lot better than our local Stop&Shop. The handsome wooden bunnies with the green ribbons are my favorite touch. I may have to see if Target has any left! We’re not going to have guests quite yet for Easter (I’m still waiting for my vaccine) but I’m looking forward to the summer when we’ll feel comfortable socializing outside in small groups. It was fun to hop with you. Happy Easter!
Your quilt looks so soft I want to squeeze it. What a great idea for a tablecloth. Your bunnies are adorable and your cute napkin rings.I love tulips and they are so pretty as your centerpiece.
Wishing you a very happy Easter. This has been a year we don’t want to repeat.
Have a great week. Nice blog hopping with you
Andrea, I commented on this post when it first came out, however, I am not seeing my comments. Not sure why this is happening. I love the blanket/coverlet you used on the table~that trim is just too
cute! The burlap bunny napkin rings~did you make those? Again, just adorable. Such a pretty table. Wish I was joining you for breakfast!
That blanket that you used for a tablecloth is absolutely gorgeous! It makes the whole table. And those pom poms are the cutest. I really want some burlap bunny rings. They are the perfect finishing touch to each place setting. I love all the inspiration you have given me my friend. Beautiful!