Hello Friends! I’m teaming up with some friends today to share some Easter inspiration, and when I looked back through my blog, the last time I shared something for Easter was in 2016! Now, I know I don’t typically share decor for every holiday, but I decided that 2016 was far too long. So today I’m sharing a sweet spring tablescape that could be just the inspiration you need for hosting this Easter.
I can’t help it. I just love creating tablescapes! I love them so much they have their own section under my ‘decor’ tab in the menu under my logo. It’s mostly because I love seeing people gather, and come together to spend time with each other.
But I also love the intimate details of setting the table. Creating a place setting that is warm and inviting for each guest and creating an atmosphere that is equally the same.
This year was all about highlighting my favorite thing about spring – flowers! I know typical Easter decor falls under eggs and bunnies, and I love those too, but I was just drawn to these beautiful muted pink blooms, I had to follow my heart and use them.
I created three arrangements using different sized milk glass vases. I was inspired when I used the same milk glasses vases in my first Easter tablescape, three years ago, and knew I had just had to bring them back out.
To add some height for the centerpiece, I stacked some bread boards on my draped tablecloth, and then placed the flower arrangements I made in different heights on them almost in a triangle shape, so they felt evenly distributed in the middle.
I actually used the same twig chargers, found HERE, just like on my first Easter table as well. I love how the rustic twig chargers paired next to the shiny vintage silverware keeps the table from feeling too overly formal.
I filled a simple, white farmhouse pitcher with my left over flowers, and I love how they add the perfect spring touch to my buffet. Still leaving me plenty of room, if I need it for overflow serving space.
Creating a welcoming table doesn’t have to be overly complicated. Here I stuck to three distinct colors, and repeated them throughout my table keeping things cohesive with the rest of my space. What makes it inviting, is the texture, and the elevated place settings. The ruffled linen tablecloth and napkins keep things feeling soft and casual, sure to invite anyone to come and sit.
Now take a look at some of the Easter Inspiration my friends are sharing:Ella Claire | Julie Blanner | Inspired by Charm | Rooms for Rent | Maison de Cinq My Sweet Savannah | French Country Cottage | Boxwood Avenue | Zevy Joy | Craftberry Bush