I love the colors of this table – so fresh & clean.
I love the use of ribbon on the table to add another texture and color.
This is a beautiful monochromatic table.
I love the idea of using carrots in the vase – such a simple (and inexpensive) way to add color.
I love the moss table runner. This could easily be recreated.
The gingham green runner is a great way to tie the bunting into the table.
The wheatgrass is a great way to bring the outdoors inside.
The birdcage filled with flowers is a simple centerpiece and I love the subtle yellow touches.
Tying ribbon to the chairs in a great way to extend the color from the table onto the chairs.
The little chick egg holders are so cute!
I’m absolutely in love with this centerpiece. The muted dyed eggs are a great touch too.
I like how the branches add some drama to the table, but don’t block your view of the other side.
Bright colors are perfect for Easter and these tulips are gorgeous!
I love the white-washed pots and how they are elevated using candlesticks. Such a great idea!
The doilies wrapped with twine is a nice rustic touch and the lemons in the jar is so simple, but elegant.
These oversized blue Mason jars looks great with simple daisies & mums.
This table is so fun especially the colorful napkinsand the burlap bunny ear napkin rings. So clever!
Kids (and adults!) would love this table!
Spring Flowers Easter Table
This is a great table that shows how you don’t have to use all the same type or color of flowers to still look cohesive. The mint colored plates are a nice pop of color too.
Pink & Orange Easter Table
The lemons in the bowl are a nice way to break up the flowers and I like the patterned napkins peeking out under the place setting.
How do you decorate your table for Easter?
Are you going to have brunch or dinner?
Any tips for me for hosting our first holiday?