Welcome to our Easter & Spring blog hop! I teamed up with 7 other amazing bloggers to bring you all the best Easter decor and some simple DIY’s you can do too, to add some holiday touches to your home! If you’re coming over from Yvette’s Easter tour, welcome! Didn’t she do an amazing job adding some Easter touches to her home?!
Easter is right around the corner and one of the simplest ways to decorate for Easter is an Easter tablescape. I typically don’t decorate for Eater and don’t have much for Easter decor on hand so I really wanted to keep it simple this year and my Easter tablescape did just that. I pulled together some natural elements paired with some Easter touches for the perfect Easter table setting.
The most important part of a tablescape to me is your place settings. You want to start by layering your dishes. I scored these white with gold rimmed dishes at Hobby Lobby during their Christmas clearance for $.60 and $.70 a piece. Any simple dishes you have on hand will work and I’ve also linked some affordable simple dishes below as well.
I also always like to use chargers under my dishware for added texture. I picked up these galvanized ones at Hobby Lobby. They are so versatile and can be used from season to season by just changing out the dishes on top of them.
I then top off my table settings with some linen napkins. I chose these simple navy ones for my easter tablescape this year. Hobby Lobby lists them as charcoal gray but they are actually a deeper blue color.
I found these adorable vintage silverware at a local antique store for $4 a set. I just love the floral detail on the handles and knew I had to have them to incorporate into my easter tablescape too.
For my centerpiece, I used a locker basket I had on hand. You can create an easy centerpiece using any basket or cute storage option you have on hand. I had this locker basket and decided to incorporate it into my easter tablescape. I filled it with some spring greenery I had on hand, a large glass jug, and some terra cotta pots I had chalk painted. I then filled the pots with some vintage book pages I had ripped out of an old book, reindeer moss and speckled eggs.
A quick tip for right before your guests arrive for the holiday: add some fresh flowers to each table setting. I chose daisies because it’s what my store had in stock but I think tulips would be a great touch, especially for an easter tablescape.
This is also the first time I’m sharing this table with you all! This was an old oak table I had purchased from Craigslist just so I could have the chairs. We’ve been storing this table in our barn for years and when I finally went out and saw it’s beautiful claw foot base, I decided to swap out my kitchen tables. I tried out Walmart’s Waverly line of chalk paint for the first time on it and loved it! The fact that I can now just pick up chalk paint when I’m grabbing my groceries is a huge plus and can we talk about the budget friendly price?! I used Waverly White on the table and Waverly Ink on the chairs. The 16 oz. containers were more than enough to cover this entire set and more. I’ll be doing a full before and after post here soon!
Thank you all for stopping by and taking a peek at my simple Easter tablescape! Don’t forget to head over to Melissa’s blog, Simply Junkin, to see how she decorated her home for Easter!
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