With the Easter celebration approaching, I’m beginning to set my table for Easter Sunday. A beautiful tablescape is something I pride myself in. I feel like I put my entire heart and soul into having a beautiful Easter tablescape that includes place cards, a table runner and cute little napkin rings. Place settings and Easter eggs surround the table with a floral centerpiece in the very center of the table. Easter tablescape ideas can be difficult because you want to have items to reuse for the next year or in different ways for events other than an Easter gathering. Creative ideas are flowing and you already know my color palette is full of crisp whites and pastels for Easter dinner.
Here are my favorite items that I will be having decorating with for my Easter table decorations.
This Garden of Versailles tablecloth from LoveShackFancy was my first choice for our Easter table setting. This upcoming spring, I’m looking into beautiful ideas for my space that involve fresh flowers, so why not have a tablecloth that matches that? It goes along the pastel colorway, since it’s pink and it hits the vintage feel that I love. These tablecloths are the perfect way to dress up any space! The matching napkins are a great touch!
Have you tried H&M home items? This pitcher is from there! I love how neutral it is while still having a hint of character. It looks great on the table and it’s completely functional.
I like to have little bowls to serve appetizers in for everyone to snack on when they arrive. These are different from bowls that may be at place settings, as those are ones I like to have in larger sizes for dishes like soup or dessert options. When I saw this bunny bowl, I couldn’t resist! And the price is too good.
These are plates made out of bamboo! I love options that are more sustainable and feel like I am helping out the planet. Not only are they so cute but they will be perfect for all of spring and summer!
There’s something about having placemats that really make the table feel complete. These are a great price and I can totally see us using them all summer long. They are neutral enough for any table setting, but still feel like the table is dressed up.
Candles are something I like to have on every tablescape I decorate. You already know I had to snag some pink ones! These last awhile and fit perfectly into my candle sticks.
You can’t have candlesticks without candleholders! I saw these at Anthropologie and couldn’t resist. They are super unique and that crisp white that I love on my tablescape.
What’s an Easter tablescape without Easter eggs?! While cute little plastic Easter eggs will do the trick, these are way more fun and the kids like to play with them. It’s like a stuffed animal for your decorations!
If you don’t have a footed bowl, I highly recommend trying one out for many reasons. The main one being that they are incredibly versatile and can be used year round as decor and are very functional. Another thing they work for is a center piece. You can put citrus fruits in these bowls or Easter eggs and they look absolutely stunning.
Centerpieces focused on flowers are some of my very favorites. These are already arranged and are real, so they look even better on your table. I love the colors and springy feel they give.
Adding in the rabbit element to the table puts some more fun into the decor. It’s Easter, how can we not have a cute little Easter bunny! I found this rattan bunny and couldn’t resist! It’s so much fun to have items that look like an Easter basket and fit in with the color scheme. This would even look great on an entryway table. Move over wooden eggs, this rattan bunny is a great way to put some fun into your Easter brunch table.
Finally, flocked bunnies are taking the internet by storm. And for good reason because they are really cute! They’re like little pieces of modern art almost, but for your
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