Easter will be very different for most of us this year. Because we have no company coming this year, I have decided to make things a little more casual, so I have created a simple tablescape for Easter.
My husband and I will be spending the holiday at home, with our dogs, Lucy and Jax. It may only be the two of us sitting at the table, but I still want to make the holiday special for us both.
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I am excited to be joining a talented group of bloggers, hosted by my friend Kristin of White Arrows Home, for the Bunny Hop Tablescape Tour. We will be touring over on Instagram as well. I’m loving all the Easter tables these talented ladies created, so I know you will find just as much inspiration as I did! Their links are listed at the end of this post.
Most of the dishes I used for this simple Easter tablescape were from the Pioneer Woman collection. I purchased them from both The Pioneer Woman Mercantile, in Oklahoma, and from Walmart.
I’m loving these cute glass sundae dishes, mostly because of the beautiful color. I also ordered the drinking glasses, but sadly, they were delivered after I took the pictures for this post.
I really wanted to use plates from this 6-piece salad plate set, which are vintage inspired, and feature assorted designs from different collections. Here are 4 of the 6 plates available in the set.
I love the vibrant florals these collections offer, and each one is so colorful!
The Finishing Touches
Rattan chargers and colorful place mats were added, in order to finish off the table perfectly. Both the color and shape of these gorgeous milk glass green jade bowls, are stunning.
If you’ve visited my blog, or my Instagram account before, you probably know that I love color!
These moss bunnies work perfectly in my Easter tablescape, as well as the cute little carrots I found at Michael’s.
These cute little bunnies and decorative Easter eggs were also from Michael’s.
I’ve always incorporated fresh flowers into my Easter table, such as tulips, daffodils, lilacs, lilies and roses, which are all beautiful spring flowers that I have used in the past.
Because these flowers are not blooming in my garden right now, I will be using these faux flowers to finish off my simple Easter tablescape. You can check out my post Have Fun with Faux Flowers and Greenery.
I appreciate you taking the time to visit my blog. Whether it’s your first time to my blog, or you’ve been here before, I hope you have enjoyed my simple tablescape for Easter. I would love to hear what you plan on doing for Easter brunch or dinner.
I am so grateful for your visit here today. No matter what your situation may be this Easter, I wish you much peace and love. Be well my friends.
- Bunnies, carrots and nests with eggs / Michael’s
- Rattan chargers / Pottery Barn
- White Dinner Plates / Home Goods
- Set of 6 assorted salad dishes, Sundae Glass Dishes, Milk glass green jade bowls / Pioneer Woman at Walmart
- Place mats / Pioneer Woman at the Mercantile
- Faux Flowers, napkins / Pier 1
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- Tablescape Thursday hosted by Between Naps on the Porch