It’s hard to imagine Easter without bunnies, much less tulips and eggs but here’s one of my Easter table ideas that elevates traditional decor by using mixed pastels and backyard florals for sophisticated decor that still feels festive. We usually host a large crowd for Easter every year, but this celebration will be a little different. Even though it will be a small group with immediate family only, that doesn’t mean your table can’t look fabulous. I’ve also teamed up with some very talented friends to give you some fun and beautiful ideas to create your own table! If you’re coming over from Holly, @homewithhollyj, welcome! Check out all of these ladies’ photos and links at the bottom of this post.
Shop the table linens, dinnerware, and faux florals here:
I hope I’ve given you some fun Easter table ideas that you can use for your home and proves that you don’t need to buy an entire new set of table decor to make it look sophisticated and presentable.
Here’s a peek at a past Easter table where I used cabbage as my main centerpiece, then replanted them in my yard when I was done. Here’s another post where pink tulips were the star for this Easter brunch!
Next on the Easter blog hop is Jennifer, @jennifermaune, of Arkansas – you’ll love her farmhouse style! To see how all my talented friends set their Easter tables, check out their posts here:
Zoe Stauss says
Those peonies look great for faux flowers! Thanks for the tips on faux flowers, very useful! Love the Kaleidoscope place mats, so fun for a place setting!