It is hard to believe that Easter weekend is almost here.
And with that- comes family gatherings,
egg hunts and all things bunny rabbit and baby chicks…
and table settings.
From simple charming settings to elegant tables to everything in between, table settings are one of my favorite things all year long-
but especially for a holiday or special occasion.
I played with a fun little Easter table setting the other day.
That one with chocolate rabbits and that story about the ears… (yikes)
I used the most gorgeous ranunculus blooms
with gold and amethyst
and something simple.
Eggs that were au natural and not colored.
A charming table without a lot of fuss- and those chocolate rabbit gifts which guests will love-
so simple and easy to put together for a no stress table setting.
And along with that table- I have rounded up 17 more ideas
for table settings and centerpieces
that would be perfect for your table on Sunday.
From simple to elegant to clippings from your yard- entertaining doesn’t have to be difficult, time consuming or expensive- and each one of these table settings shares a different idea.
Click the Link at each one below to open and view more about it.
1. Lilac and Cream
One of my absolute favorites-
this simple Mother’s Day table setting with lilacs and pretty little details.
I just picked up a couple of bunches of lilac at the market this week-
so pretty sure you will be seeing those popping up soon.
2. Black and White and Apricot bliss
A bit on the bold side- but so pretty- and if you are one to walk on the wild side color wise- this might be perfect for you.
3. Classic White & Blush
Take your always in style white dishes and dress them up for Easter with gold flatware and beautiful blooms.
4. A sprinkle of blush
When soft color is what you need- you can’t go wrong with blush. This table brings in blush place settings and echoes it in the flowers.
5. Simple charm
White ranunculus and pretty little dishes create a beautiful and elegant setting for Easter.
6. Vintage mix and mingle
I always love to mix things up a bit- and this table uses favorite things. Those gorgeous plates from Arte Italica- and pieces from my vintage collection.
7. Romance galore
One of my favorites, a romantic blue & white and blush table.
It is a bit bold- but mix in some pastel Easter colors, this would be perfect for bringing out your vintage blue and white dishes and enjoying.
8. Lilacs & Roses
An all time favorite to make and enjoy- this purple inspired table involves a little cabbage centerpiece that is perfect for Easter and so easy to create.
9. Feeling Green
An for those who prefer green – here is another version and another table setting idea.
10. Simple elegance
This table uses the most exquisite place settings, romantic linens and a simple bare wood backdrop.
A table all about obsessions and elegant details- this one is perfect if you would like to use several small flowers arrangements grouped together.
12. Blue & White Love
Another version of a blue & white table– this one sprinkles a bit of romantic charm with those vintage style place settings.
13. Add a touch of Copper
Because, copper is warm and welcoming and oh so pretty- so why not? I think copper can work beautifully in an Easter table with pretty pastels.
14. Copper and Amethyst
When talking copper- I couldn’t leave this styling out. Using copper and amethyst – it also brought in fruit and veggies- like grapes and artichokes and other pretty bits to add a whole lot of Farm to Table feeling. When setting your Easter table- don’t forget the inspiration and elements that are in your kitchen.
15. Simple is best
Everyday dishes and simple blooms- perfection. You don’t have to break out the expensive china to make an elegant statement.
More on getting this look and other entertaining details are in this post all about summer entertaining.
15. Lavender inspired
What could be better than a table covered in fragrant lavender?
This table setting is simple– and simply elegant. It brings in vintage bottles and lots of pretty lavender blooms to create a charming setting for entertaining.
16. Clipped with love
This table uses simple snowball viburnum blooms on the branches as a centerpiece- and is so easy to put together quickly.
17. Apple Branches centerpiece
Some of those trees have already started blooming and some just have buds on them- but clipping branches is an easy way to decorate a table. I love spring flowers branches since they tend to be so full of pretty blooms- but this centerpiece was an autumn styling with apple tree branches complete with a few apples on them.
That was 17… but you know what? I have a ton more of them in my blog archives…
I might be obsessed with pretty little details, flowers and table settings.
Happy Friday Favorites everyone.