Looking for inspiration to help you design and set your Easter tablescape? This simple spring table will give you fabulous ideas for making it both elegant and stylish! Find all the inspiration and Easter table decor ideas you need in this tablescape tour.
I’m so excited to share our Easter tablescape with you!
This year’s table was designed around some lovely floral napkins from World Market – the only thing I purchased for the table other than the fresh flowers.
I love the pink and blue colors in these cloth napkins and have lots of plans to use them in future tablescapes too.
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I hope this tour of our table gives you some ideas for setting your own table this Easter!
Enjoy, my friends.
Simply Elegant Easter Tablescape
Welcome to our table!
For the first time in a long time, I didn’t use any linens on this table – no tablecloth or runner.
I originally had this light blue runner down the middle but I felt like it competed with the bouquets, so I took it off.
I love the way the flowers and napkins pop against the wood table!
Like I mentioned, the floral napkins are from World Market and I’m completely obsessed with them.
I made the napkin rings out of some left over jewelry wire I had, but you can grab some similar ones here.
I think the silver pairs nice with the cool colors of the napkins too.
The floral bouquets were prepared using some fresh flowers from a self-serve floral stand down the street from my house.
The watercolor place cards were made in Canva and add a fun personalized touch to the table.
Let me know if you’re interested in the template!
The blue candlesticks were a last-minute addition – I had white candles but wanted something that popped a little, so I spray painted them this lovely blue with some of my left over paint…
Crazy, I know. But I love the extra color they add!
Can I tell you a little secret?
Some of the “filler” flowers in my bouquets (like the hydrangeas and large blush ones) are actually artificial… 😉
I couldn’t find enough large filler flowers at the flower stand, so I just put a few of my favorite artificial stems in with the fresh flowers to fill out the bouquets.
Honestly, no one would probably ever know the difference, so if you’re struggling with getting your centerpiece full enough, don’t be afraid to add a few faux flowers to it!
The hyacinth chargers are another one of my go-tos when it comes to spring and summer tablescapes.
The texture they add to the tables is fantastic.
Well, thank you for touring our Spring/Easter tablescape!
I hope you’re feeling inspired to use some of my Easter table decor ideas in your design this year. 🙂
Let me know if you have any questions or if I missed a source you’re interested in.
Happy Spring, friends!