Elegant & Easy Neutral Easter Tablescape

I know Easter and spring tablescapes traditionally use soft pastels and sweet colors, and I love those, but this year I really wanted to do a neutral Easter table. Then when I found some white embossed bunny plates, I knew it was meant to be!

I’ve used whites, soft neutrals, greys, and silver and I love the way it turned out! I’m not sure if I will use this for our actual Easter brunch (I may go with the more traditional pastels for that) but I do love the change of pace!

neutral easter tablescape with white flowers
For my centerpiece I simply put a white kalanchoe plant in one of my vintage ironstone tureens. I find the best prices for these is on Etsy!

 

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neutral easter tablescape white plates layered over silver charger flax napkin
Each place setting is layered with a silver charger from Pottery Barn, white dinner plates from Horchow, and the white embossed bunny salad plates. Napkin is the natural linen from Sur la Table, and the little bunny napkin ring is from Pottery Barn.
 

 

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neutral easter tablescape white plates, natural napkins, bunny accessories silver candleholders
These white embossed bunny plates were quite the find at Home Goods! They seem to be a knock off of a Pottery Barn plate from a few years ago that I had fallen in love with. I had looked and looked for them the year they came out, and even searched on Ebay afterwards and I never could find them. So let me tell you, these could not hop into my cart fast enough!

 

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neutral easter tablescape white bunny egg cup pottery barn
The little bunny egg cup is from Pottery Barn. There are different ones this year, but they are possibly even cuter!
 
neutral easter tablescape nest eggs on bunny cupcake holder pottery barn
This particular nest was made for me by a friend. However, I have quite a few different versions which I’ve found at TJ Maxx, Home Goods and World Market. I love decorating with them for spring and I put them everywhere!

 

neutral easter tablescape centerpiece white flowers in white ironstone
neutral easter tablescape white plates nest eggs simple easter decor
 
neutral easter tablescape white silver grey white flowers centerpiece
The cupcake holder and other egg cups were also Pottery Barn. Other serving pieces are mostly vintage ironstone.
 

 

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Happy Easter!

Sheila
xo

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9 Comments

  1. This Easter table looks very beautiful. Thank you very much for sharing these photos here. My cousin had an Easter themed wedding at wedding venues NYC. Her wedding decorations were very creative. It was a pure DIY wedding.

  2. Outstanding blog! I love your adorable table setting. Thanks for sharing these astonishing Vermeil Sets. It adds the perfect touch of sophistication to your table’s cape. It creates elegant addition to any dinnerware pattern.

  3. Hello Sheila,
    Your Easter tablescape is beautiful. All of the little details and patterns are elegant. I'm highlighting your post on my blog. Thank you for joining us at Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop.

    Olivia, co-hostess
    Reinvented Collection

  4. Just love this beautiful neutral table. I love white anything but especially dishware.
    This looks so fresh and pretty.
    Have a great evening,
    Blessings, Nellie

  5. Sheila,
    I love the white on white look. The plates and accessories are statement enough for the holiday. It works! 🙂
    Enjoy the upcoming weekend.
    Karen

  6. Sheila,

    This is a lovely table. Under your credits at the end of the post, you mention that the nests are handmade. Did you make them?