A beautiful Easter tablescape set up that you can use for your next spring party.
Easter is a big celebration in our household and it was important for me to have this reflected in the decor.
We usually have an Easter dinner with family. The table is the focal point of the event, so I chose to make the decor reflective of the season.
This is one of the ways that I like to make sure our home is warm and inviting to not just our family, but also our guests.
In this post, I am sharing our easter tablescape decor. I will walk you through how I chose to style the table and provide inspiration for people who are looking for a simple and inexpensive way to create a tablescape. The tablescape setup is suitable for other occasions as well. These should give you some table decorating ideas. By changing the colours and seasonal elements, you can create a space and design that is unique to you.
The Tablescape Foundation
When setting up the easter tablescape, I started with the table runner as the foundation and then layered everything else on top of that.
I chose to use a neutral coloured runner as I think that it goes well with the theme. It also makes it easier to layer pieces without worrying about colour and texture clashing.
Overall, the table was kept simple, with a few key pieces taking centre stage. As is my preference when creating tablescapes, I chose to use a statement centrepiece for the area as it draws your eyes downwards and helps you to focus on the table.
The colours blend well together, so even though it is a large centrepiece, it does not overshadow the rest of the pieces on the table.
I filled the clear vase with these pastel egg decor pieces that I have been collecting for years.
These helped to add some colour and I think the pastel tones play well with the theme of Easter.
Another really nice feature is the water jug shaped like a bunny.
Layers, Layers, Layers
When creating a tablescape, it is really important to layer. Doing this adds depth and makes the table look more interesting.
I used these woven placemats as the base and layered different sized plates and a napkin on top of each other. I also repurposed the easter eggs and placed them in a nest in the centre of the plate.
In our breakfast area, I created a similar tablescape decor using the same colour palette that I used in the dining room.
I also added the floral basket to the space as I thought that it added a nice touch.
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I hope that you found this post helpful and that you were able to get some easter tablescape ideas that you can use to create a tablescape in your own home.