Easter is my second favorite holiday of the year (after Christmas!) and it is a holiday that has always felt special to me! Growing up, I have great memories of waking up to a new Easter basket followed by church service, and then brunch with family.
With Easter being a spring holiday, decorating for it always feels like a breath of fresh air after the winter months. I love keeping things simple and incorporating pastel hues and fresh flowers.
I decided to set our table for Easter using some of my favorite pieces, and I just love how it turned out. While we won’t be hosting Easter this year, I thought it would fun to have the table set for us to enjoy over the holiday week.
Many of the pieces I used for this tablescape were purchased within the last year, and luckily, are still available. For those that are not, I included some similar ideas within this post.
I love starting with a placemat or plate, and then building off of that. For this table, I used these new Pottery Barn x Monique Lhuillier placemats, a recent purchase that I know I will have in my tabletop collection for forever. I think pairing them with a tablecloth would really make them pop!
The focal point of every table is the centerpiece, and for this table, I used fresh flowers, including white tulips and ranunculus, displayed in my Amanda Lindroth rattan vase.
I love how the speckled glassware and blue and green Juliska napkins added in texture to the table. When purchasing new pieces, I try to look for those that I’ll be able to use over and over again, and these both fit that bill.
For Easter touches, Pottery Barn has some of the cutest Easter serving-ware I’ve seen. I especially love this Bunny Serving Basket (shown above). It makes for the perfect candy dish!
One of my favorite things about setting the table is pulling together pieces in your collection to create a new design every time! I especially love getting inspiration for tablescapes from Pinterest. I’ve been pinning a lot there recently, if you’re interested to follow along there!
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