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Easy Easter Tablescape

Hello friends.  Today I bring you another fun Easter table that is easy for anyone pull together in no time.  

My inspiration for this table were these sweet gingham and floral plates that I found at Michael's about a week ago.  And as a bonus, they were 40% off so you know they had to come home with me.

I wanted to create a table that was easy to put together that had plenty of charm and lots of spring vibes.  And these darling plates certainly delivered!!!  I have to admit, when I stepped back to admire my finished table, it took my breath away.  I just love all the soft tones and simple accents that elevate the look.  

And here it is sweet friends!!!  Isn't she pretty?

Each of the place setting starts with simple white, everyday dinnerware.  An accent plate in the sweetest pink and white gingham pattern is added along with a festive floral dish towel with the phrase "Happy Easter".  I then finished the plate stack with a champagne coupe filled with natural shredded packaging filler and Easter eggs to give my place setting a festive touch.  Casual and simple yet striking...

I love to mix and match  plates and this floral beauty plays well with the gingham plates.  Aren't they gorgeous?  I just love the beautiful florals which adorn this salad plate.  It is spring in all its glory!!!

I layered a floral runner on the center of my white tablecloth and added a few pretty faux flowers in complementing shades to bring it all together.  Candles and glassware finish each place setting.

I love sharing simple ways to create a table you love no matter the budget. I hope you have been a little inspired here today.

Thank you for visiting.



  1. My dear Janet, your tablescape took my breath away! It's simply beautiful and so perfect for Spring and Easter.

    Happy Spring to you, lovely lady! Hugs!

  2. Beautiful table Janet, love the colors and patterns! Happy Spring!
    Vesna - Home Chic Club

  3. Hi Janet ,lovely Easter table Have blessing day happy Spring day!

  4. Wait a minute! Wait. A. Minute!!!!! I have been in 2 different Michaels stores no fewer than 8 times, and I never saw these gingham plates! I am a PINK FREAK as well as a total gingham lover, so what the heck?!??!?!? Maybe they were just all gone. That would make sense, I guess. They’re just to pretty!!!!! Maybe it was fate because I’m really trying to just not bring anything else into this house. But still...!!! You created a beautiful setting with them! I really like your gold flatware , too. The finish on it is really fab.

    1. I haven't seen them in my store either. But in searching online, it seems they have plates with bunnies but not in my store either. Last year I found a set of small plates with pastel plaid borders in Home Goods. In Florida, you have to be fast to find anything. We must be the shopping capital of the US here !

  5. Your beautiful tables always make me smile. Thanks for sharing this with us at Celebrate Your Story and have a great weekend.

  6. I love this table! The pink gingham is so pretty with all the flowered patterns. Happy Easter!

  7. Janet, I don't need more plates, but honestly you have me wanting to rush out to Michaels to see if these are still avaiable. They are adoable! Thanks for sharing your darling table. Happy Easter!

  8. Oh my gosh Janet, it is beautiful! I am drooling over those pink checked salad plates!! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  9. Such a lovely, cheerful table. Your guests will feel very special.

  10. I love this table! The pink gingham is so pretty with all the flowered patterns. Happy Easter!

  11. You had me at pink and gingham. Very pretty tablescape.

  12. Where did you get the happy Easter napkins?


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