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Easter is such an important holiday, so the thought of not celebrating just makes me sad. Don’t get me wrong– I’m super grateful Kyle and I are both safe and healthy, but there’s this looming blahness in our house (and our neighborhood) right now. Somehow all the weird energy needs to find its way out and the positive energy, specifically the pastels, needs to find its way in. So, even though we won’t be hosting any guests this year, I figure there’s no harm in adding a little color to our intimate Easter Sunday brunch, right?! I put together this simple Easter tablescape last week, and I loved it so much that I had to share it with you guys. I hope it might inspire y’all to bust out your spring decor and brighten things up a bit, too. Keep reading for full Easter table setting details!
As usual, I found pretty much all of these Easter table setting ideas on Amazon. Everything’s ultra affordable, and even with all of Amazon’s shipping delays, it should still get to you well before Easter Sunday! Here’s everything I purchased–
- White Ceramic Pinpoint Plates– These exact plates are from Home Goods, but I found a similar set on Amazon here!
- Scalloped Floral Plates– Would you believe me if I told you these are made out of paper? Cause they are! And they’re so gorgeous! I’ll definitely be ordering more products from this adorable brand.
- Hyacinth Chargers– I use these hyacinth chargers season after season! See them styled in a blue and white Italian tablescape here.
- Pink Buffalo Plaid Napkins– I loved these pink and white plaid napkins so much that I bought a tablecloth to match. So perfect for spring!
- Gold Flatware– I bought this gold flatware set for under $30 over 6 months ago and haven’t seen the slightest hint of rusting or fading. Highly recommend!
- White Ceramic Bunnies– I bought these little ceramic bunnies to use as makeshift place card holders and fell in love. They’re precious, you guys. I ordered 2 sets of 6 (under $20 per set– such a steal!), so I put a few on my Easter bar cart and mantle, as well.
- Pink Tumblers– They romantic pink tumblers are absolutely gorgeous– and a set of 4 is under $30! They’re also available in clear, light blue, and pastel green, too.
- Champagne Flutes– These champagne flutes aren’t only elegant, they’re durable, too! I swear, this brand never disappoints with their affordable glassware!
- Fresh Tulips– Frankly, I treated myself to this bouquet to avoid the grocery store. If you do a quick promo search code, you can get anywhere from $10-$25 off. I think I ended up paying only $45 for 30 tulips (stem only) plus delivery!
- Gold Vase– This exact vase is from Farmgirl Flowers, but I found a similar style online here.
- Gold Marble Tray– I use this versatile round tray for centerpieces, charcuterie boards, vanity and jewelry displays– pretty much everything. It’s gorgeous in person and surprisingly solid!
- Glass Votive Candles– I bought this set of 48 glass votive candles years ago and still find myself using them on a weekly basis. They give us such a warm and relaxing light!
- Round White Tablecloth– This one’s pretty basic– no frills, just a fair price point. It comes in over a dozen colors and patterns, too.
I also bought these bunny ear napkin rings and these pink taper candles but didn’t end up using them for this particular Easter tablescape. I’m keeping the napkin rings for next year and the candles for our spring mantle, though!
If you want to set some snacks out, too, check out this adorable bunny cake stand and this squirrel snack dish. They’re both right around $25 and would make great gifts, too! See them styled on my bar cart here.
So that’s my simple Easter tablescape! Speaking of Easter, did y’all know it’s like… 8 days away? So crazy! We’ll probably stay in our PJs, watch a sermon online, and sip on mimosas all day. We may even get crazy and have an all-day movie marathon… who knows?! What do y’all have planned?
Thanks so much for reading, you guys! And, as always, don’t hesitate to let me know if you have questions about any of my Easter decor (size, quality, etc). I’m happy to help!