Sunny & Fresh Easter Tablescape
Hello everyone. Easter is right around the corner and that means spring season too. Finally!! Because after the brutal winter that we've had this year, I am so READY for springtime. The anticipation of warmer days and colorful blooms in our garden is definitely a mood changer for me.
Today, I am excited to share this Sunny and Fresh Easter Tablescape that is sure to bring on the spring vibes!!!
BRING ON THE FRESH SPRING FLOWERS
When I first thought about the Easter Table I wanted to create, I knew that I wanted to use Spring Flowers. What says Spring more than sunny and bright daffodils? Nothing I tell you! And since we have been having such a terrible winter here, I thought I would bring the garden indoors!
I set off to our grocery store and found potted Daffodils on sale for $1.50 each. SCORE!!! There were some pretty ferns too that I thought would work with my theme too. I went home and planted the pretty daffodils in a Pedestal Fruit Bowl. The small ferns were tucked inside my cute bunny planters form Pottery Barn.
I am all about dressing a table with simple placemats but sometimes, a simple tablecloth is necessary. They add softness and elegance. While a runner ties in your tables theme and color scheme.
For this table, I used a simple white cotton tablecloth with a runner featuring flowers in brilliant color combinations. Yellow and white gingham napkins enliven the place setting, giving it personality and a fun farmhouse feel.
THE PLACE SETTING
On a recent trip to Pier 1, I came across these adorable bunny salad plates. It is their Hop Town Bunnies Collection. Aren't they the cutest? I just couldn't pass them up!!! Fast forward to today, and they are perfect pieces of artwork adorning my place setting. They are definitely conversation starters and easy on the eyes.
My place setting begins with a natural fiber place mat, topped with a classic white dinner plate. The plate stack is finished with the bunny salad plates. A pink tumbler and green goblet compliment the colors on the salad plates while gold flatware add interest.
Well sweet friends, I hope to have provided a little inspiration for your Easter Table. Thank you so much for stopping by and checking out my Sunny & Fresh Easter Table today.
Enjoy your weekend,