Hard to believe next Sunday will be Easter! To get you in the celebrating mood we’ve been sharing easy décor and dessert ideas of Easter. Today, we’re sharing our Easter tablescape to get you inspired!
I love the bright and fun colors of spring and since Easter is the celebration of new life, there’s no better occasion to use a mix of pastels and white.
My tired and true decorating tip is to always use what you own and restyle. Just like any other holiday, I also buy a few new items. You’ll notice the coral rope dinner plates from Potter Barn, the same coral runner and succulents, but I added a white pitcher with a different flower arrangement for the table.
You may also recognize the purple sparkle bunny, bunny garland, and the DIY Easter eggs I made a few years ago using eggs and crafts from Michael’s.
I bought these fun multi colored pastel napkins a few years ago from Target, and they pair well with the coral plates and pink plates from Anthropologie.
Besides the new pink plates, I also added these vintage pastel glasses from Anthropologie! Don’t be afraid to mix and match different colors, glassware, and china to get an eclectic look.
I also added this beautiful commissed painting from the Christenberry Collection by artist Shields Catone.
Adding a piece of art to your tablescape or design provides a unique and sophisticated look. It doesn’t have to be a new piece. You can simply use something from another space in your home.
Love this vintage bunny I found out thrifting a few years ago! It’s been a great piece to use for our front entryway and Easter tablescape!
If hosting an Easter egg hunt after church and before you sit down to dinner make a sign for your little ones. I found this cute wooden sign at the Target dollar store along with the bunny glass jar.
Sometimes I’m so busy prepping and cooking the main meal I just don’t have time or feel like making dessert. These beautiful pastel macrons from Tree House Macrons are the perfect yummy treat that will please everyone!
Another decorating tip is to make your own flower arrangements. I know many of you find this intimating, but it’s not only less expensive, but many times prettier than what you would buy. It’s own secret that I purchase bundles of flowers from Trader Joe’s. Buy what’s season to cut down on costs. Even a bunch of hydrangeas cut and put into a vase create a beautiful centerpiece!
For more Easter inspiration make sure you check out our Easy Easter Décor and Dessert Inspiration here.
Our Easter Round Up of our previous Easter tablescapes, recipes, and décor is one of our most popular posts here.
Interested in the details of our Blue and White Kitchen Makeover can be found here.
Design, Styling, DIY, flowers, and Photography – Sarah Sofia Productions
Coral Rope Dinner Plates – Pottery Barn
Easter Macaroons –Tree House Macarons
Chocolate Mousse Mini Easter Cakes – Trader Joe’s
Pink and gold trim plates, vintage pastel glasses – Anthropologie
Easter glass jars, bunny garland, Easter egg hunt wooden sign, purple glitter bunny, geometric Easter eggs, pastel napkins – Target
Plastic eggs and craft supplies – Michaels
Blue cake stand, pink vintage coup glasses – HomeGoods
White marble cake stand – Michael Aram