So if you have been around here long enough, then you know I love to create seasonal tablescapes, and Easter is no exception! If you want to learn how to create an easter tablescape, then this post is for you!
Even though it looks like we will still be in self isolation by then too. But no worries, if I am stuck at home, I still want my table to be pretty and decorated!
Plus, I already had my table all decked out for Easter before this coronavirus outbreak! So I figured I would share with you all just how I created my Easter tablescape and that way if you want to style one too, it can give you some inspiration!
Use What You Already Have On Hand
If you remember from my previous Vintage Valentines Day tablescape, I created a dough bowl full of greenery and brass candlesticks.
Well, to make things even easier with my Easter tablescape, I kept that all the same! I still love the look of it and I think the garland I have in there is still perfect for Spring and Easter.
I also kept the cute little ironstone teacups I had in the middle of the place settings for my Valentine’s Day table too.
But for my Easter tablescape, I moved them to the side so you could see my adorable Rae Dunn egg shaped plates. I mean those are way too cute to be covered up, right?!
Add New, Inexpensive Touches
You guys have heard me say it before, but switching up the napkins is such an easy, cost effective way to create a whole new table setting.
I used these blue and white striped napkins and I love how bright and cheerful they make my table appear. And I actually already had these napkins from last Easter too so I didn’t have to spend any money!
On the sides of my dough bowl I added these cute chippy white birdhouses that I found from the Target dollar spot a few years ago.
I thought they added the perfect touch of Spring and helped fill in that open space between the dough bowl and the place setting.
So really, that’s all I did to create my Easter tablescape this year. Super easy and simple and I kept the majority of it the same so it was so easy to switch out and make it new and fresh again.
What do you guys think? Let me know below and I would love to know if you set up a special table for Easter too!