Spring is always such a fun time to entertain. After the long days of winter (and I know some of you are still having those!) it’s nice to see spring-y colors, green hills, and fresh blooms. It makes me excited to have spring dinner parties and start planting my garden!
I’ve been a little uninspired in the decorating department since taking all the Christmas decor down, but with Valentine’s Day coming soon, it’s the perfect excuse to break out some pretty pink decor! Today I’m joining some talented blogging friends for the Styled + Set Entertaining Blog Hop. If you’re coming here from our host, Lory of Designthusiam, I’m so glad you’re here!
As I’ve shared with you all before, I love to entertain! And one of my favorite things about entertaining (besides the people!) is getting a chance to do a new tablescape! Not only does a pretty table add so much to the meal we are sharing, it’s also a great way for me to get my creative juices flowing. With that in mind, I wanted to create a spring floral tablescape. One that would work as easily for Mother’s Day brunch as it would for a spring dinner party or even a shower.
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!
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.
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.