Create a gorgeous table for Easter with these simple ideas! This Easter table setting uses things you already have in your house, including Easter candy!
Good morning friends, Sunday is Easter, are you ready? Easter is one of my favorite holidays and was always a big deal in my family. I have fond memories of family dinners, celebrations with my grandparents and our beautiful candy filled easter baskets. In addition to our family Easter egg hunts, the bunny hid out baskets as well. Each one was filled with handmade chocolate covered marshmallow eggs, Peeps and a panoramic sugar egg among other things, wrapped in cellophane and tied with a panel bow.
After attending mass in our Easter dresses and bonnets(as kids) we returned home to a beautiful table set for dinner.
My Easter Tablescape
Creating a beautiful Easter table doesn’t have to be hard or filled with new pieces. Use what you have in your house, garden and cupboards. Pull out your everyday dishes or your fancy china, add some silver-plate bowls and platters as well and then embellish everything with candy, flowers, candles or whatever else is in your stash.
How to Create an Easter Tablescape
I pulled out a few of my favorite finds and everyday items to decorate the table. I started with a tablecloth I had made from a piece of Colonial Williamsburg fabric, if you don’t have a tablecloth you could use a colorful scarf, sheet, or just a piece of vintage fabric. This piece has been in my collection for awhile and lucky for me it matches the decoupage eggs that I made a few years ago.
Purchasing salad or dessert plates for different seasons or holidays is a great way to add a touch of the holiday and to save money at the same time.
Of course if you like flowers by all means make a centerpiece. I shared an easy flower arrangement last week that I made with a recycled vase, candy and foraged flowers and herbs from my yard. You could make several of these arrangements and give them to your guests to take home.
What are your plans for Easter? Will you be hosting a big family dinner, or a small brunch? How do you decorate your Easter tablescape?
THAT’S ALL FOR NOW
I hope that you enjoyed my Easter tablescape. Have a great day and thank you for spending part of it with me.
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