Tablescape: Easter Decor

We’re having the family over for a bit of a feast over Easter. I’m never one to miss an opportunity to buy another pack of serviettes (it’s starting to become an obsession) and so I’ve started to have a little think about the table styling. EasterImages sources:: Stamped Wooden Eggs via Paloma’s Nest | Bunny Cookie via La Receta De La Felicidad | Vintage Cutlery via Biskop’s Garden | Rosemary Sprigs via Style Me Pretty | White Tulips via Biskop’s Garden | Pussy Willow via John Harvey | White Ink on Kraft Paper Favour Bags via Once Wed | Linen Tablecloth via Ruby Roost

I’ve gone really traditional here and kept to a very soft palette of browns, greys and whites with lots of natural elements such as Pussy Willow and Tulips. Perhaps it’s the recent bad weather that’s drawn me to a more neutral colour scheme, or the fact that I already have a load of burlap and linen in my cupboard!

My favourite aspect of this tablescape has to be the herb sprigs. The rosemary in my garden seems to have survived the winter so I’m hoping to tie a little sprig to each of the napkins. I always keep a stash of luggage tags to hand too so I’ll be making some place names to include too.

Would love to know if you’re planning to embrace any Easter decor?
Lauren x

P.S. I’ve got an Easter board going on over on Pinterest. You can find me at Fairly Light.

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7 thoughts on “Tablescape: Easter Decor

  1. Hi Lauren, beautiful post! Just wanted to let you know that I am using your blog for my week 2 homework assignment for BYW. Thanks for providing inspiration!

    Marisa

  2. Unfortunately we won’t have a dining table in time for Easter 😦 so i was kinda holding out for next year to show off my cooking skills haha! However, some of the above has really inspired me to be a little more adventurous so i’ll now be cooking a mini-Easter meal to be eaten on deckchairs with some handmade Easter treats, place tags and some daffodils as the centre piece (on the floor..)

    Beautiful ideas!

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