Looking for Easter table setting ideas? Today’s soft and pretty spring tablescape is perfect for anything from an easy brunch to an elegant dinner!
Spring is one of my favorite times of the year! There’s just something about a season that feels so full of rebirth after the long days of winter. And creating a beautiful table to celebrate the season is easier than you think!
This soft and pretty Easter table setting idea is perfect for Easter brunch, lunch or even dinner. And it could easily work for any other spring event, too – from Passover, to graduation, to a spring shower, or even Mother’s Day!
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I’ve had these Pottery Barn bunny plates for years and have only used them once, so I knew I wanted to incorporate them into whatever I created. I love that they have a variety of soft colors in them – it makes them easy to use with so many different palettes and styles.
The flowers are ranunculus and one of my favorites – there’s something about them that just screams “spring” to me! A trio of vintage French urns creates an elegant but easy centerpiece.
I love the soft pinks mixed with white, and it seems perfect for spring!
A few clear, green and pink votives add some soft candlelight to the table.
Bunny egg cups dress each spot for a touch of the holiday.
A white charger and white dinner plates are stacked underneath the bunny plates. I love layering plates for texture and interest – it really elevates the table and makes the occasion feel more special!
A pink linen napkin and dressy silver plate flatware are tied with a jute string and tossed casually across the plates. I love to mix high and low, and the string helps make the silver flatware feel less stuffy!
This Easter table manages to look elegant and beautiful, but was actually so easy to create! A few urns, grocery store flowers mixed with some seasonal plates, and simple linens creates a tablescape that feels celebratory and special.
And you could even use this table setting for any spring gathering! Take away the bunny plates and use a solid one, and this could be used for Mother’s Day, Passover, a spring shower, or even graduation.
After the past couple of years of missing holidays with family and friends, I’m really looking forward to setting a beautiful table and celebrating!
If you’re looking to create something similar, I’ve sourced many of the items I used below. And where things were unavailable, I found similar options for you to use!
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Now be sure to visit my friends who are also sharing their beautiful Easter and spring table ideas below!
Designthusiasm | On Sutton Place | Southern Hospitality
Shabbyfufu | StoneGable | Maison de Cinq | In My Own Style
If you enjoyed this post, be sure to check out some of my other spring and Easter table setting ideas below:
I always enjoy reading your blog. Everything you do is beautiful. I appreciate that you have been mentioning Passover as well as Easter.
What a lovely compliment – thank you so much Merrill!
Your table is lovely. Simple elegance at its finest.
Thank you so much Renae!
Sheila, how pretty. Your tablescape made my heart smile. Love the pink.
That’s so kind – thank you Myrna!
Nancy Brantley says
Soft, elegant and beautiful!! Love pink and white.
Thanks so much Nancy!
Your tablescape is beautiful as usual. What is the name of the vintage white ironstone dinner plates that you have used in the past with the decorative edging? They are just lovely but am having difficulty locating them.
Hi Bonnie! I’ve linked those several times when I find them on Ebay, but sadly, they are discontinued so they are only available on there and on places like Replacements. They are by Sabatier and the name is Grand Buffet. There are some of the square version of mine listed right now here:
Hope that helps!
Sheila, these are far to pretty to be tucked away.
Aww thank you Rachelle! and thanks for stopping by!
I love your tablescape. It’s just beautiful!
Thank you Renae!!