Though I loved my neutral Easter table I played around with last week, I knew I would probably want to do something a little more traditional for the actual holiday. So today I’m sharing my classic Easter tablescape! I’ve also got lots of spring and Easter tablescapes in my new free e-book! In fact, it includes twelve of my favorites!
We are hosting Easter brunch this year, and because there will be kids, grandparents, and the like here, the more typical pastels are playing a part. Of course, I did put my own spin on it! I love the “earthier” pastels and that’s what I played off of. I used some of the items from the table from last week, but then I let my bunny salad plates set the tone, and I went from there.
Aren’t these Pottery Barn bunny plates just the cutest?! I love that they are pastels, but not too sweet. The colors are just slightly earthier than your typical pastels and with the added browns, I think it makes them just a little more sophisticated.
My centerpiece is a mix of blue hydrangeas and green flowers in an antique ironstone pitcher. I’m sure you’ve noticed that I hardly ever use vases! White pitchers, either vintage or reproduction, are my go-to flower vessel. Ironstone can be expensive, but I’ve had really good luck on Etsy, and though some go for hundreds of dollars, most of mine have been under a hundred.
I’m also not against buying repro! If I find a pitcher I like at Pottery Barn or Home Goods, as long as it’s white, I get it.
Underneath the Pottery Barn plates I have our white dinner plate and a larger white charger. The napkins are a pastel print from Pottery Barn, slightly different than the plate but they work well (similar here and here). The napkin ring was from Sur la Table, but I found an almost identical one (even cuter!) from Pottery Barn!
These bunny cupcake holders are just too cute! They were also Pottery Barn last year and are discontinued, but I think everyone in town has knocked them off since then.
I scattered some pastel eggs and nests around the table for some interest and texture.
The runner is a soft sage green with bunnies in a tone on tone pattern. I found a very similar one at Williams Sonoma that I think I might order – it’s actually much cuter!
Hopefully you’ve been inspired to create a classic Easter tablescape of your own! I’ve linked all my sources below, and when not available, I’ve tried my best to find very similar items.
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I love Eastertime and the whole season of spring; everything just feels more cheerful! Flowers blooming, new buds on the trees, and eggs hatching, all make the world feel renewed. Wishing you all a wonderful holiday and/or spring break!