Photography by Madi Flournoy Henderson
How will you be celebrating Easter this year?! Are you hosting family, friends, or family & friends for Easter brunch or dinner?! If so, I’ve created a colorful & playful Easter tablescape that is perfect for your Easter Sunday gatherings!
This year I wanted to create something that had a touch of whimsy to it. Of course I always think of Reins and Addison when styling our home for the holidays because this is such a fun time for them as well! And as much as I love all of the little details, I know that they do too!
The concept behind this tablescape started with GRASS! I knew I wanted to recreate some of our outdoor Easter traditions, like egg hunting, and bring it indoors to our table. In my mind, I was going to find a perfect moss runner and style the rest of the table around the moss runner. Although I didn’t end up going with a moss runner, I stumbled across this moss mat and knew that it would be perfect for the centerpiece!
To keep a clean/crisp look, I picked a solid white tablecloth and then to add a pop of color and to create long lines, I found this gorgeous yellow and white striped table runner! As you know, I love to pair patterns so I picked out these check napkins to pair with the striped runner and the floral dinnerware.
I found both the floral and bunny dinnerware on sale and just adore both! What I love about the floral dinnerware is that I will be able to use it after Easter as well! I just love the colors in these plates and the floral pattern is gorgeous. Not to mention, how cute are these sweet bunny plates?! They come in a set of 4 and each bunny is posed a different way. For the napkins, I found these fun springy bunny napkin rings…they are so playful and the perfect compliment to tie in the moss centerpiece.
I also knew that I wanted to style the centerpiece with white ceramic bunnies, eggs, etc. and I searched high and low for the perfect ceramic bunnies and came across these! I loved their simple chic look so I chose a larger bunny and two small bunnies (I don’t know, maybe I was envisioning a Momma and her babes ;-)). I then strategically placed other whimsical pieces around the moss mat like this colorful wooden eggs! And how cute are the little broken eggshell vases?! You can use them for flower buds or even tea lights! Lastly I placed some carrots and little chicks around the moss to complete the centerpiece!
This was such a fun tablescape to design and I’m excited to recreate it for Easter Sunday! I hope you will find some inspiration to create your own Easter tablescape!
As always, thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you have a great day!