Spring and Easter Tablescape
It’s already the second full week in March, and until this week, bunnies had yet to make an appearance. Waking up to a fresh dusting of snow Wednesday morning did not damper my desire to create a Spring and Easter Tablescape.
So much has taken place in just a week. Late winter illness creeped it’s way in, and unfortunately grabbed ahold of Mikayla. Even though she almost missed a whole week of school, and several exciting volleyball games, that dreadful week ended happy. The 7th grade team made it to the volleyball state finals, and Mikayla was well enough to play 🙂
These leafy placemats have been the best purchase. Being so versatile, I managed to use them in the fall, winter, and now spring.
White dinner plates, a neutral table runner, and gold flatware have all become staples for my table. Layering the main plates with smaller plates, accessories, and festive napkins is where I like to change things up season to season.
A Splash of Color
I had these larger blue and green vases tucked away, and it feels good bringing them out again. They’re perfect for spring and pair perfectly with the pastels of Easter. I filled them and smaller jars with fresh and faux flowers. Can you tell which are real and which are faux?
I added a few nests to my open shelves, and spruced up my tiered tray. My Easter decor is much more limited now that the girls are older. Of course, I adore pastels, but I keep bunnies and chicks to a minimum. Don’t get me wrong, I think they are cute, I just don’t scatter them like I do trees and Santa at Christmas.
Bird nests are lovely to display, and work well for Spring and Easter. They are a cute accessory that can be left throughout summer too.
Both my Wood Bead Chandelier and Tiered Tray is from Painted Fox Home, are currently in stock AND on SALE!! They are both super popular and sell out quickly.
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Tiered Tray – English Sparrow
Chandelier – The Twilight
Last year’s Easter tablescape was a bit more glamorous, check it out here. I love having a catalog to look back on year to year. It’s fun to see how using a few of the same pieces can look so different depending on their surroundings 🙂
Hope you all have a good weekend doing whatever it is that makes you the happiest <3
See you soon!
Author and photos – Martha Knake
Chief Editor – Emily Schunke