The Easter Table



Easter is one of my favorite holidays for decorating. Beautiful pastel colors, warm spring air, and tons of fresh flowers. What’s better than that!? Here are some Tips for hosting your Easter celebration.

1.) Make sure you bring in lots of color. Spring is full of color and life beginning, I like to make sure I add that to my table design. If you choose to use a table cloth, florals, plaids, and stripes are a nice way to start your base off with a pop. If you choose to keep your table natural, chargers and table runners can add wonderful color and texture. One of my favorite chargers for a spring table are found at Pier1. Click the links to shop it!

Pier1 Woven place mat



Pottery Barn Bunny table runner

2.) Flowers, Flowers, Flowers! There is nothing like having fresh flowers to adorne your table. If you have been following along with me and read previous posts, this should come as no surprise. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it a million times, trader Joe’s Is the best for flowers at great prices. Around Easter, they are stocked to the brim with a great selection. And if they don’t have what you’re looking for, go to your local florist. But make sure you get there a week in advance so they can order you what you need. They provide beautiful color and scent, so be sure to stock up!


3.) It’s not Easter without a bunny or two and some eggs! Homegoods, Pottery Barn, and Pier1 all have a wonderful selection of Easter products right now. Tons of adorable bunnies. You can have some standing bunnies as special guests on your table. Adding to the Easter feel with a bit of whimsy. Weather you died eggs yourself or bought some fake ones at the store, they are a nice touch to the table. Adding in some more color, and maybe even a bit of sparkle. Spread them across your runner and add them to your dessert table for some extra Easter fun.

Pier1 bunnies on a boat

Pier1 set of 12 eggs

4.) Have fun with your China. If you’re sticking to white China, you can add some color to it with colorful napkins. I like to add colorful stemware with my China. Another fun option is mixing and matching your china. Anything goes when creating a more eclectic table.  If you’re in the market for some Easter China, Pottery Barn has the most adorable Easter China at the moment. Be sure to check it out!


Happy Easter!



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