Beautiful Easter tablescapes and a delicious homemade dinner seem to go hand in hand on Easter Sunday. And what better way to celebrate than surrounded by family, friends, good food and lovely decor. I'll tell y'all right now, if you can nail your table decor, guests will be dropping jaws left and right!
Here are a few tips for creating that magnificent display that's sure to impress.
Focus on a Specific Color Scheme
I love this simple, yet classy decor. Using one color has a surprisingly beautiful effect! (I wasn't able to find and link up a direct source for this image). The soft hues of purple compliment the beautiful flowers.
And here is another example from Ciao! Newport Beach of utilizing one color choice for your table scheme. The pink is beautiful!
The pink plates add a great texture to the table.
Speaking of plates! Here are some great options. Not only will they look amazing for Easter, but they can easily be used year around! Shop Here
You can never go wrong with a green and white tablescape. They are a classic color scheme for Easter. This one is so classy.
The green plants and moss table runner compliment the white eggs. Glass jars are always a great idea to add fun decor items.
Incorporate Natural Elements
I love the use of the wood place settings and natural greenery in this tablescape. The appearance of taking a stroll through the forest is so soothing.
I love the use of the deeper colors, but to lighten it slightly they added white flowers.
Nothing says spring more than a gathering of cherry blossoms and a nest filled with eggs.
I love this Easter tablescape from DesignThusiasm. The soft pastels with natural elements create an elegant table.
This woodland inspired tablescape is just divine! How cute are these moss bunnies?
The vibrant green is complimented perfectly with wood branches. Small eggs sprinkled throughout helps to break up the branches and bring in some color.
Utilize Floral Themes
There's just something about decorating with flowers that gets me every time. I LOVE flowers. So much so that I often have a fresh bouquet in my kitchen frequently. I say, utilize these babies as gorgeous centerpieces at every opportunity!
I love this one because it mixes in grass as well as flowers and looks like your table took a jaunt through a meadow.
Adding table runners is a great way to help create that perfect centerpiece. They help to add color all while protecting your table.
Here are some great table runner options. Shop here
Pairing up simple place settings with a stunning floral centerpiece is a great way to go!
I absolutely love this one from Rachel Parcell that practically spans the entire length of the table. What a gorgeous floral arrangement!
If big and bold isn't your thing, then try out this vintage vibe tablescape with jars of tulips for the main centerpieces from So Much Better With Age.
Pro tip: when your tulips start to droop add pennies to the water. They will perk right back up.
Check out these items to help take your spring tablescape to the next level. You can shop them all here
Kid-Friendly Easter Tablescapes
How fun is this super colorful and kid-friendly table from Turtle Creek Lane? Any child would love to celebrate Easter at a table like this. I especially love the hanging eggs from the light fixtures. So gorgeous!
Another fun one for the kiddos features everything for bunnies, including a carrot theme. What a cute idea! Click here for details on the whole tablescape.
When creating something for kids is is always fun to add a treat. These carrots are the perfect way to do that!
Rainbow scheme, treats and subtle bunny elements make this table very kid-friendly, yet still classy for adults.
And of course, I can't forget to share what I've done for previous Easter tablescapes. You can see more here.
I wanted my table to work for spring and easter. I added in greenery with white hydrangeas. For a touch of easter I added bunny napkin holders and bunny towels.
Hopefully this helps you create the perfect Easter tablescape.
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