If we could pick the cheeriest holiday, it would probably be Easter. From cute cuddly bunnies to pretty eggs and pastel everything, there’s just something sweet about this holiday. With the right direction, it can be quite sophisticated, too. Just check out some of these Easter tablescape ideas to get inspired for your own decor.
Easter Tablescape Ideas
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Create a Rustic Tablescape
Easter conjures up notions of gorgeous gardens and magical woodlands, so bring the outside in with a rustic tablescape. Contrast natural elements with bright and modern accents, like a simple place setting paired with rustic chargers. The idea here is to create balance between what you might find outside and what’s in.
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Bouquets All Around
When in doubt, add more flowers! We love this tip for just about any tablescape you may be planning. If you feel that your tablescape is lacking depth, don’t be afraid to simply add more flowers. Play around with the sizes and colors of vases to add interest to the table. Don’t forget to incorporate shorter bushels so you and your guests can see each other from across the table!
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Decorate with Eggs
Perhaps one of the most obvious ways to decorate your table for Easter is to include some lovely Easter eggs! For a sophisticated look, serve them up in a goblet and use eggs that match your overall color palette. You could also put eggs on the table runner, napkin rings and on tiered stands as well.
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Add More Tulips
Tulips are the official Easter flower and it’s no questions as to why. They bring a crisp atmosphere to any tabletop arrangement and are perfect for bringing the Easter feeling into the home. If you have a simple Easter tablescape and accessories, tulips can be all you need.
Creating the perfect Easter tablescape comes with inspiring yourself and looking to simple, versatile ideas like adding tulips or homey rustic touches.
We would love to know what tabletop ideas you’re excited about! What Easter tablescape ideas are you most excited about this year?