We are joining up with our friend Tammy from Pink Peppermint Design again this month for the Beautiful Spring Tables Tour, you may remember last month I shared my blush Master Bedroom for the Rooms We Love tour with this same group. If you are visiting us from Little Bits of Home, welcome! If you are new to our site you can read more about the two of us HERE.
Today, I have a simple Easter Tablescape to share. Since we aren’t hosting a large Easter dinner this year, I kept this table simple, this is perfect for an Easter breakfast or brunch after church. I used my same favorite ruffle placemats I showed you in my Spring Tablescape but swapped out plain white plates and some added Easter decorations.
Little nests from the craft store bring a perfect small spring touch to the table, you can find them here online. I always love to mix in a bird motif in the spring, so these nests are the perfect little table accent. I added in some small china bunnies for a small Easter touch.
The gold flatware adds warmth and shine on the otherwise neutral table. I have compiled a collection of this inexpensive, open-stock flatware, it is perfect for entertaining year round. It is a simple way to really brighten up a place setting.
I found these darling square bunny plates at HomeGoods and couldn’t resist adding them to my collection, they are the sweetest. The hobnail glasses also came from HomeGoods, along with most of the other table decorations like the gold bunny. You might remember he was the star of my pink and gold Easter table from last year.
I added some white hydrangeas in a simple white pitcher to the center of the table, these are one of my favorite flowers, I can’t wait for them to start blooming in our area. Spring has been slow to come in Virginia this year, so we need to bring inside all the warm touches we can find.
Easter is a great time to keep entertaining simple, especially in the morning. You can see some of our easiest recipe ideas in this post HERE if you are hosting.
You can shop the sources I used for the table below~
Thank you everyone for stopping by, next up on the tour is Noni’s House!
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