Easter is one of my favorite holidays. I love the message, I love the colors, I love the egg hunts & candy, and I love that it happens in the springtime. Adding touches of spring decor to my home and creating an Easter tablescape for Easter brunch is always so fun after a long winter. Today I am sharing this year's simple Easter table setting and decor!
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I am not sure what the weather is like in your neck of the woods, but we have had a record breaking winter here in Utah. It has been the coldest and snowiest in history. To say everyone is going stir crazy hoping spring will come soon is an understatement. I was able to find a spot in my yard under the pine tree where the snow had melted enough for me to set up my spray shelter and do some painting. I created some spring decor for a simple Easter Table setting. Fingers crossed it feels more like spring by the time Easter is here!
I ordered these braided placemats but I didn't love the brown on brown look (my dining table is stained brown) so I decided to whip out my trusty Quicks Finish sprayer and give them a fresh coat of spring green paint. I set up the spray shelter since it was windy.
I propped the placemat up using small pieces of scrap wood. Two thin coats per side gave just the right coverage. Once the first side was dry, I turned them over to repeat the process on the other side.
The Quick Finish is perfect for smaller crafts like these placemats. I like that it is so easy to clean when you are done. All the pieces that need to be washed detach from the motor making it so easy to clean!
Once the placemats were dry, I was ready to put together the Easter brunch table!
Simple Easter Table Setting
Using a pastel color palette is pretty much a given when it comes to Easter decorations. I love the soft pinks, yellows, and greens. And fresh flowers are a must for Easter centerpieces. It is too cold outside for there to be any blooms in my yard yet, but you can pick up spring flowers and the grocery store or your local florist and place them in a glass vase. Fresh tulips, peonies, paperwhites, and ranunculus, and blooming branches are all great cut flower choices. I love to get flowers at Trader Joes. They had a huge selection but I ended up going with these pink tulips. Floral arrangements brighten up the whole house!
We have Holland Lop bunnies and this year we have had babies! So for the place settings, I thought that using a salad plate featuring sweet little bunnies was the perfect touch. Not only because of the Easter bunny, but as a nod to our sweet, little pets.
These little pink egg cups are so adorable! Perfect for soft boiled easter eggs or colorful eggs of the plastic variety filled with jelly beans! You could even write the names of your guests on the eggs to use as "place cards".
I planted some herbs in these white washed terracotta pots. I hope they will be happy in my house until I can plant them outside. The greenery of the herbs ties into the green of the placemats.
My dining room table is not very large so I generally keep things pretty simple when decorating holiday tables. Nice plates, a floral centerpiece, and cloth napkins are the perfect way to create a pretty table and add a touch of elegance. You can check out last year's spring table decor here in this blog post.
How do you like to decorate your Easter dinner table? I'd love to hear about your Easter table decorations and traditions!
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Such a pretty table! I love the green place mats. Except for the tons of pollen, I am happy that Spring is here!
That is the ONE downside of spring. Thank goodness for allergy meds!