Easter is right around the corner and I thought it would be fun to share some of my favorite table settings that I’ve created these last few years with all of you. There are so many fun elements that you can add to your spring table and I hope that these ideas inspire you to set your own Easter table for the ones you love!
I seem to always be drawn to pink, especially soft pink for Easter. My inspiration for this table were these adorable pink gingham plates that I found at Target this season.
I love layering my place settings and I started with these woven placemats as the base layer on this linen-like ruffled tablecloth and matching gingham table runner. I chose woven napkin rings that complemented the placemats, but also toyed with these darling bunny ear napkin rings too. I then added a cream charger, gingham dinner plates, adorable bunny plates, and added these mini cutting boards with little grass bunnies for some whimsy at each setting. Gold flatware always seems to be my go-to on most of my tablescapes and I chose these clear glass goblets and soft pink napkins with pom pom edges.
I kept the centerpiece simple with cherry blossom stems and added fresh soft pink roses in a white pitcher and even more in pink mercury glass vases. The finishing touch is candlelight to create ambiance. I did this with gold candlesticks and beautiful soft pink candles along with pink glass votives.
To complete this Easter table I placed this sweet large bunny and faux pink rosette cake at each end for balance.
“It’s not about the bunny, it’s about the Lamb.”
For me, Easter is a special celebration of Jesus Christ, his life, atonement and resurrection. As a reminder to my family of the importance of this holiday I set a special table keeping it simple and meaningful by adding these “Names of Christ” wood cutouts from Lemondrops and Lilies. I think it is beautiful!
I was so excited to work with Bico Ceramics to create this spring inspired tablescape with their “Bird in Tree” Collection. The colors are perfect for a spring table and I love that each piece coordinates one with another.
Again I added layers; first with this ruffled neutral runner. The place settings begin with yet another woven placemat, wreaths, cream chargers, dinner plates, salad plates and bowls. To add an element of fun, I placed nests gently inside the bowls. Gold flatware, pink wood candlesticks, and pink napkins compliment this table well.
To continue with the nest theme, I added more nests to the center of the table and used my faux cake on a chippy wood riser as the centerpiece and focal point. Pink hobnail goblets, resin bunny and pink tulips topped off this table and I love the way it all came together.
I love finding cute themed dinnerware, but always feel a little sad when I can’t find a setting for at least six. That was the case with these sweet plates that I found at Home Goods last season, but iI decided to purchase them anyway. I could only find 4 dinner plates and 4 salad plates…but had an idea. I mixed the salad plates with some other darling pink embossed bunny dinner plates that I already had and from that I created a tablescape for six. Mixing and matching what you already have is a great way to create the extra table settings you need in a scenario such as this.
Here I used woven placemats, white scalloped chargers, pink dinner plates & bunny floral dinner and salad plates. Gold flatware, pink goblets and woven napkins rings tie this table together magically. I created my centerpiece with wooden bunnies and used a combination of the rustic look of the pink wood candlesticks and more modern gold candlesticks. Then I added ceramic egg holders, bunnies and cute bunny container. My friends at The Product Barn sent me these boho bunny tags that I strung jute through to add as my napkin rings on these pink pom pom napkins.
One of my favorite tablescapes to create to date was this fun and whimsical table using supplies from my favorite party supply store, Zurchers. I chose to use Easter pastels as mty theme. I started first with a white plastic tablecloth that I cut in half and used as a diamond shaped tablecloth so that some of the wood from my table was showing. Then I added these metallic gold egg placemats, teal paper plates and matching Easter grass for a pop of color. Next was the soft pink plates adorned with gold bunnies and polka dots.
I had the idea to use these bunny ear headbands as part of the table setting and feel like they added a really fun element. I also added gold polka dot napkins, gold plastic silverware, gold straws, and gold rimmed paper cups to tie it all together.
The centerpiece was so much fun to make. All you need to make these are wide mouth mason jars, candy, flowers, and store bought cupcakes. I redecorated the cupcakes using vanilla frosting, rolling them in shredded coconut and adding these cute bunny feet to make them look like bunny bums. For the flower arrangements, I used toilet paper rolls in the mason jars, added my flowers inside the rolls and filled the outer edge of the jars with my favorite Cadbury mini eggs. So simple and quick.
Your tablescape can be as lavish or as simple as you desire, but I hope these tablescape ideas brought a smile to your face and offered you some inspiration with the confidence to create your own.