Setting Our Easter Table

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Casual Easter tablescape with blue and white touches | 11 Magnolia Lane

Easter is just a few weeks away, and whether we’re serving dinner to thirty (three years ago) or three (this year), I always like to set a pretty table.

This is last year’s Easter table (see the whole post here and here on the HomeGoods blog)

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And here’s this year’s (in a different house, of course):

Casual Easter tablescape with blue and white touches | 11 Magnolia Lane

My starting point was this set of four darling bunny plates that I found at HomeGoods:

Casual Easter tablescape with blue and white touches | 11 Magnolia Lane

Then I added these blue hobnail bunny glasses (also from HomeGoods):

Casual Easter tablescape with blue and white touches | 11 Magnolia Lane

I thought I’d pair them with my Blue Willow china because that’s what I use every day, and our “good” china is packed away in the basement due to a serious shortage of cabinet space, but I liked them better with the gold rimmed Limoges that I found at my favorite local thrift shop.

Casual Easter tablescape with blue and white touches | 11 Magnolia Lane

The blue and white napkins are also from HomeGoods and I’ve linked to all my room and tabletop sources at the end of the post, using items that are similar to the HomeGoods finds.

Casual Easter tablescape with blue and white touches | 11 Magnolia Lane

Stargazer lilies are my favorite flower and they are in my living room pretty much year-round.  They were in my wedding bouquet and I love their scent; plus our local Harris Teeter sells them for $4 a bunch (this is three bunches worth).  I change their water every day to make them last longer and they make it about a week.

Casual Easter tablescape with blue and white touches | 11 Magnolia Lane

The colorful eggs are from TJ Maxx a few years ago; sometimes they go into an apothecary jar and sometimes they’re in a footed compote.  This year they’re scattered around the table.

Casual Easter tablescape with blue and white touches | 11 Magnolia Lane

We’re participating in a spring home tour blog hop on Monday with Marty at A Stroll Thru Life and so our little MCC House has been “fluffed” from top to bottom in preparation.  I’ll be sharing all of the other participating homes on Facebook–I always get so many good ideas from everyone else’s homes!

Casual Easter tablescape with blue and white touches | 11 Magnolia Lane

By the way, these round woven placemats are my go-to ones and have been ever since I bought them a few years ago.  They are so inexpensive and add great texture to the table.

Casual Easter tablescape with blue and white touches | 11 Magnolia Lane

For place cards, I made some darling printable ones a few years ago that you can download {here}.  Plain white card stock and pretty handwriting always works, too!

Casual Easter tablescape with blue and white touches | 11 Magnolia Lane

If you’re looking for “everything Easter,” then you’ll want to visit {this} post that links to all of our favorite recipes and table settings from over the years.  My aunt’s homemade mustard recipe is to die for and needs to be on your Easter table (recipe here)!

Casual Easter tablescape with blue and white touches | 11 Magnolia Lane

Please stop back by tomorrow for my spring home tour (here’s last summer’s home tour in the meantime).

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Comments

  1. Marty Oravetz says:

    This is beautiful. I love it.

  2. Gorgeous table, Christy! I love it.

  3. Gorgeous!! Love how cosy and festive it looks!

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