A gorgeous Easter table featuring purple tulips, Pottery Barn plates, and green accents. This table is both casual and chic, and easy to put together!
I adore setting tables, and even more so for any holiday. Easter is one of my favorite holidays, and definitely one of my favorite’s to do a tablescape for. The soft pale colors, the nests and eggs, and all the flowers make for such a fun season! And today I’m sharing an Easter table that is both elegant and easy!
As I usually do, I started with my themed plates and I let those set the stage for the rest of my Easter table. I have these Pottery Barn plates in four shades, but for this table I chose to just use the purple ones.
Last week I found some purple hyacinth in my local Ralph’s and once I got it into my head to use those, I was off and running. Of course, life sometimes has different things planned, haha! When I went back to get the hyacinth, they were all sold out.
So I quickly changed course, and used some pretty purple tulips instead. For the centerpiece, I simply added two of the tulip plants to a wire basket that I already owned, and filled it in with some moss, and voilà! A pretty centerpiece that was easy, too!
I adore purple and green together, so that seemed like the perfect palette for my Easter table. After using a basic white tablecloth as the backdrop, I added my flax colored linen runner from Williams Sonoma, and layered that with another lavender runner I found at Home Goods. Pale sage green napkins rounded out the tablescape.
I also added a couple of nests that happened to be mostly green with some purple accents. I think I mentioned before that I love eggs and nests for spring, so I have quite a few!
The candlesticks are vintage and are part of an old railing of some sort. I had my husband hollow out the tops so that I could use them as candleholders! I love their chippy finish and how they add character to a table where everything else is new.
You might have seen this new-to-me vintage French zinc bucket on my spring kitchen post where I had it filled with tulips. Since I already had tulips on the table, I used white hydrangeas. Luckily, it looks good with anything I put in it!
The bunnies are filled with faux eggs from Pottery Barn (similar here).
I’m loving the purples and greens together. It created exactly what I had in mind! And Easter table that was easy to put together, and both casual and chic.
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For more Easter and spring table ideas, check out some of my other favorites below!