Our Easter Table–Free Printable Wreath Place Cards

Printable wreath Easter table placards | 11 Magnolia Lane
I’ve been working on our Easter table; I’m not sure how many we’re hosting this year, so my table is definitely going to be mix-and-match.  I whipped up these placecards the other day and thought I’d share:

Printable wreath Easter table placards | 11 Magnolia Lane
Aren’t they cute?  I found the free wreath graphic on Pinterest; it was created by the super-talented Hannah (and fellow military spouse) at We Lived Happily Ever After, and you can download it {here}.

Using photo editing software, I colored the wreath green and put six on a page.

Click {here} to download the file as a .pdf, or right mouse click and select “Save Image As” to save it as a .jpg.  Print it out on heavy cardstock and use a paper cutter {I used this one} to make square placecards.

Free blank printable place cards {wreaths} | 11 Magnolia Lane 
If you want to use photo editing software to add the names (PicMonkey is easy {affiliate link}), I used the font “Animatic Small Caps” to add the names of the folks who are coming to Easter dinner:

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And if our guest list grows, it will be easy to print off a few more.

Printable wreath Easter table placards | 11 Magnolia Lane
I found these sweet little bunny placecard holders from Target:

 

 

Printable wreath Easter table placards | 11 Magnolia Lane
And the little topiary tree place card holders are from Michael’s; I’ve had them for several years.  They don’t have them on their website, but I think they still have them in our store.

Printable wreath Easter table placards | 11 Magnolia Lane
I know–that was almost too easy–but I love simple place cards and these definitely fit the bill.  The wreaths would be so pretty for Christmas, too, wouldn’t they?

Printable wreath Easter table placards | 11 Magnolia Lane
Also, if you’re serving ham this Easter (probably!), then try my Aunt Diane’s homemade mustard recipe.  You can see the recipe {here}, plus we included free printable labels for your jars.  It’s absolutely delicious, and it makes a great hostess gift.

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Sources:  

Michael’s:  platinum chargers and placecard topiaries

HomeGoods:  square bunny plates, chevron vase (used to be a candle holder), napkins, and placemats

World Market:  white plates

Target: bunny placecard holders

Mikasa “Stephanie”: water and wine goblets 

Thanks for stopping by–

 

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Comments

  1. Love the tablescape! I’ve been stalking my Home Goods for those bunny plates, they are precious; and your place setting cards look so fresh and sweet with the whole theme. I’ll be over for Easter lunch at noon (wink, wink)! Have a wonderful week. xx, b @ being-blanca.com

  2. So sweet! Love the chevron vase & bunny plates.

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