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A Picture Perfect Easter Table









Spring is upon us, and that means lots of beautiful colors and blooms are getting ready to fill our outdoors. So I wanted to put together an easy Easter table scape, that anyone can enjoy at a reasonable price



Tip #1

Don't be afraid to mix colors and patterns in your dinnerware.




Easter tends to have a lot of color associated with it, so its fine to not go all neutral. We want our table to feel vibrant and alive just like Spring time. The main colors I tried to stick with are greens, pinks, blues, and whites.


In our table scape I've used multiple different collections of plates, serving bowls, cups, etc. They aren't all from the same collection, and this gives us a much more eclectic look.


I picked up this beautiful vintage tea set from a garage sale, and the entire set was $7. What a Steal! I've also used this for my daughters birthday tea party and the girls loved it.






These large dinner plates are ones I've had from Target for years and are very affordable. They are a plain white, but have a nice beaded detail on the edge, and are just $5 a piece











On top of the dinner plate is a wide mouth bowl from our White Cliff Studio collection. I love these as they add a beautiful baby blue color on the inside with a floral pattern on the outside. Playing off of those spring vibes is really what it is all about.








And last but not least, we have these cute drinking glasses with an embossed floral pattern and vintage green color. You can also get these through our White Cliff Studio Collection.









Tip #2

Grab greenery from your yard


In order to save some $$ this year, I grabbed as much greenery and florals from my yard

as I could, and went to my local grocer to pick up any remaining stems that I needed to fill my arrangement.


I chose to use some branches from my magnolia tree as well as some blossoms from our cherry trees


To fill the rest I got White Tulips, Baby's Breath, and Pink Snapdragons. Total for this large arrangement was about $25 and it was something fun that my daughter and I did together. But you can use whatever you like in your own arrangement, so have fun!


I created the arrangement in our gold Elizabeth Compote. We got this in just in time for Easter and I was so excited to use it for this styling.




Tip#3

Add the finishing touches


To finish off the setting I added a few more items like our white Boucle table runner, robins egg blue Stoneware candle holder, and white tapered candles.





Tip #4 Optional

Add name cards

I love these small antique brass frames that are perfect for displaying name cards. It just gives that extra bit of detail to the table, but is definitely something you can do without.



Check out our Easter sale for all of these products to recreate this look. And I hope you guys all have an abundant Spring! Happy Decorating.





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