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.
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?
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.
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 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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