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