Today is just bursting with good things…it’s St. Patrick’s Day and practically the weekend, Spring is around the corner, and Easter is next weekend! Maybe it’s all the warm sunshine, but I’ve got full-blown Spring Fever! I’m ready for wedges, cute dresses, and egg hunts.
Easter, for us, is more about the sentiment than decor, but I still love creating a special table for our family to celebrate the day. They never expect it, and would be just as happy without the
bells and whistles bunnies and tulips, but it’s my way of expressing my love for them, and the meaning of the day.
I love how the centerpiece turned out kind of wild and unruly…it’s a nice balance to the more formal place settings.
Style Tip: Don’t overlook the floral and produce department of your local grocery! I found the flowers, wheatgrass, and ribbon at mine…for the fraction of the price at specialty shops.
I always call dibs on the seat with a view of the Living Room…it just never gets old! See the full Dining Room here, and if you’re looking for more Easter and Tablescape ideas, go here and here.
What have you got planned for Easter weekend? Do you set a table? I hope your Thursday is a fabulous one, friends!
The purple ribbon is a pretty pop of color and accents your china beautifully!
Those little bunnies in the grass are precious! Gorgeous table!
Gorgeous, I love it and those little bunnies in the egg cups with grass, genius.
I don't blame you on taking the seat with the view of the LR. 🍀
Lovely. But the links to more ideas don't work. Just back to same post.
Hi Joanie! The links work, they just show this current post first…keep scrolling and you'll see additional tables and Easter projects! 🙂 xo
Your table looks great! I need to make more of an effort to set a nice table when hosting a meal. I tend to get so overwhelmed cooking that making the table look nice gets lost!
The little bunnies in the grass is such a fun idea! Thanks for sharing all your tips + tricks!
xo Anna Lynn with Waiting on Martha
If you don't want your tulips to droop, add a penny to the vase!
Hi Cassie. Would you mind sharing the name of your china pattern? It is lovely.
I love how you've contrasted the really traditional and formal china with little bits of modern and light-hearted whimsy. It's a beautiful table setting!