I am back today with another lovely Easter table idea! Easter was always a big deal in our house, a big meal, an Easter basket filled with goodies that usually contained new pajamas & lots of candy, & of course the celebration of our Lord & Savior rising up from the grave. It’s one big happy day so decorating for Easter for me is something that brings me lots of joy. I teamed up with World Market for this Easter tablescape today & used some goodies I found in their store to design this space. It’s kind of awesome being able to find seasonal items like spring & Easter items all in one place & I wanted to show you that it’s possible to only have to make one stop for a seasonal tablescape. For this Easter table I wanted to use natural elements like moss, eggs, nests, & so on. I also wanted to incorporate some bunnies, but in the most neutral way possible so this is what I came up with…
Please excuse the lighting in my post today. It was a rainy day here in Michigan & I’m not a pro photographer so this is what I could pull off, I just couldn’t wait to share this tablescape with you guys because I love it so much! Ok, so to get this look it’s super simple! I first laid down a moss table runner down the center of the table. On the table runner I placed three white plates with glass cloches on top of the plates. In the cloches I placed a nest with eggs piled on the nests. Around the center glass cloches I placed a large egg wreath. For the table settings I used a rustic log charger with some sweet little neutral bunny plates on them. On the plates I used a mini egg wreath with a tin can candle in the middle as a favorite for guests. Next to the chargers I used little bunny egg holders to hold some more of those lovely faux eggs. On top of the hutch I placed a garden bucket with white hydrangeas which is great for spring into summer which is pretty great in my book.
The hutch in the dining room is not quite finished, but I decided to add a few springy Easter elements to that area too to tie in the Easter Tablescape…
Ok. I think you get the idea. That was my springy Easter table. I hope you guys liked it & feel inspired to decorate your dining rooms for Easter. Do you decorate your home for Easter? What do you use to decorate? I would LOVE to hear! Let me know in the comments below, find me on Facebook, & chat with me on Instagram. Thank you SO MUCH for stopping by my little blog today & for showing me some love, it means so much to me! xx
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*I worked with World Market on this post, but as always all opinions & designs are my very own.
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LOVE this!! How many hydrangeas fit in the Garden Tools tub? Thanks!!
Kim Dykman says
Very nice and so beautiful! Love spring and my favorite flower, anytime of year are the hydrangeas! All colors, especially the blue and white! The bunny plates are an awesome touch…and the wood chargers make finish the “look”. You are so talented and creative! Sending you LOTS of love today ( and everyday)!
So stunning, I love the colors. You have pops of color, but for the most part, it’s neutral. I’m not a fan of all the color that Easter brings, I find it tacky.
You did an amazing job though
I saw on FB that you were featured on Pop Sugar. You are very deserving of that! I went through their post and they listed some great past posts on your blog. But I wanted you to know that it has been your personal stories, especially those about being thankful for loss that have touched me the most. I love your blog, you have a true talent for design, and are incredibly inspiring when it comes to DIY, so congratulations! Who you are as a person is every bit as beautiful as your blog though and I hope new readers come to realize that soon. Thanks again for sharing your creative side and your heart.