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Easter Brunch Table

Easter Brunch seems like the right time to transition to bright & colorful table decor. There are so many directions that you can go with the table decor depending on the meal you are serving, the crowd you are hosting, & your personal preference for colors, florals, candles, etc. I will list a few of my favorite “themes’ that I have used and plan to use down the road in a minute, but first, I am excited to show you my Easter Brunch table for this season.

easter table

My mom found a large set of Spode teacups and saucers at a sale over the holidays and gave them to me. I knew that they would be perfect for a table when spring came around. I always like to challenge myself to use what I have first, and then if I need something to add to the table, I will go for it! The only items that I purchased specifically for this on this table are florals. I know that I will be able to use those all the time, so it made sense.

When I am setting a table, I always keep the “rules” for a formal table setting in mind, but I do not let them drag me down from being creative. Whenever I go to some of my favorite home stores for inspiration, they always break the rules & make beautiful place settings. If they can do it, why can’t I?

easter place setting

For my Easter table, I started with these jute placemats as chargers, t

hen layered my everyday dinner plate, my favorite blue & white salad plates, and then topped it off with the Spode teacup and saucer. I love the way all the patterns and textures layer together. I also tucked some striped linen napkins in for my pattern play.

easter table decor

I recently bought these candlestick holders that I wanted to use in my centerpiece. I think the white pops off my tablecloth perfectly. My mom found this large Spode teapot this winter and I always pictured it full of flowers from the moment I saw it! I added a few more blue & white pieces and a pop of pink with the flowers. Last year, I bought the tiny moss bunnies at Target in the dollar section. I used them as place-setting markers last year, but I just scattered them across the center of my table this year. I also think that plastic Easter eggs would have been really sweet. I love the way it turned out! I have so many ideas and themes for easter running around in my mind, I will share them below!

easter table decor

Easter Table Ideas
  • Simple, white with multicolored tulips down the center

  • Pastel tableware & colored glassware with white hydrangeas in silver vases

  • Simple tableware with Easter eggs as place cards with candles or votives and eggs moss down the center

  • White table with burlap down the middle, moss bunnies, and white votives

I hope that you have a wonderful Easter holiday!


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