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One of my favorite things to do is creating tablescapes for every holiday. Our kids are huge fans too! My older niece and nephew would never admit it but I suspect they like it as well. It makes the occasion feel special and adds to the holiday which has been especially helpful this past year. We have not had our traditional holidays with family like so many others so I have tried to make the smaller gatherings feel special.
My idea for this year’s Easter table started with this beautiful light blue table throw and napkins. I am more prone to table throws than I am to tablecloths. I prefer a layered look so adding this plaid throw to my white tablecloth really elevated the table. Of course the gorgeous bunnies from Pottery Barn were a must. My mom and I found these cute stone bunnies and knew we could not leave the store without them. The little guy laying down was my favorite and my daughter went nuts when she saw him. I knew she would love him as much as I did. I already had the Great White Dinner plates from Pottery Barn which I use as my everyday plate. These plates are large and durable. They’ve certainly endured the beatings from my kids and still held up well. I would also recommend the soup bowls in this pattern because we get so much use out of them. They work great for salads and pasta dishes too.
One recent Saturday shopping trip my daughter and I took, we found these cute corn husk eggs and wood egg holders. We tossed them both in our cart immediately since there were so few left. My daughter loves hard boiled eggs so I have a feeling she will insist on using the egg holders often throughout the year. I have been eyeing these beautiful rattan placemats but they were too pricey so I was happy when I found these great alternatives for only $6. On the same Saturday shopping trip my daughter also spied the cute bunny ear napkin rings. Since I knew the napkin rings would work perfectly with all the other items we’d purchased for our table, I caved and bought them as well. I enjoy our shopping trips because it gives us time alone to catch up from the week. Unfortunately my daughter inherited my addiction to all things pretty so we have trouble controlling ourselves.
I always add something organic to my table and since I went a little crazy with flowers for the house this Spring I decided to just use some greenery. I got this garland but had to add some sprays so that it would look lush! I will share my Easter Flowers and décor next week so come back and take a peek!
I hope you guys enjoyed our Easter tablescape as much as we enjoyed putting it together! I have individual pictures below of each item we used in creating our table so click on the image and it will take you directly to the websites.