Easter is here and if you are like us around here we love to host. This means an Easter table setting is a must have in our home. Each year it is different depending on how large our dinner will be or how full out we want to go. A full tablescape was a go this year since it has been quite some time since I have created one for Easter. This does not meant you have to go buy a ton of items to create. Let’s do this with only purchasing one item. See the story behind that below.
Now typically when I do a full table setting for Easter there is so many plants but, this year I wanted to change that with large branches instead of 3 or 4 plants. Picking out a spring toned runner, I starting planning the floral. I used a large pot and these amazing large draping faux stems from Target to give that element of height. Pairing this large pot with a vintage terra cotta pitcher from my grandmother and some daisy sprigs.
Once the floral is set that is where I fill in the space. Starting with the plates and where they are going to be and what they will be layered with. Last year I passed on these adorable floral print bunny napkin rings and I regretted it all season. This year I did not let that happen when I saw them back in at Hobby Lobby. I used these instead of bunny themed napkins that way I could reuse them this summer. Plus I could not past up the cuteness. Choosing to leave the napkins off to the side gave me another layer that I thought was messing with just the basket weave charger and the plates.
The plates were still missing something though. I decided to use small vintage terra cotta pots with moss I had laying around here and some speckled eggs. This gave the plates the pop it was missing. I added some vintage glass wear clear to give a light element and the main look was done.
Now the final spaces to fill is the center of the table. I knew that I wanted to add in bunnies but, some other pieces to bring together a dinner setting. Small saucers layered with a creamer to hold the flatware and a small creamer for another small layer. Finally I grabbed the bunnies because they are a must have.
Finishing up this space a cute little cloche with some eggs in it and around it for that final Easter touch. Easter dinners are made to the fun and celebrate Jesus, put your fun into your table setting. I hope these tips help you create your very own Easter table setting and I would love to see if you do! Have a great Easter Friends!
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