A Simple and Fresh Easter Table
Easter is around the corner and that means spring is too! While I admit, I love fall and winter, I do love spring too! The promise of a fresh start along with all the colorful blooms is a win win! This Simple and Fresh Easter Table is sure to give you all the spring feels!
If you are here from my dear friend Jackie, Finding Lovely, welcome! I’m so glad you stopped by! Jackie has the most beautiful style and her Easter table is beyond gorgeous!
Fresh Spring Flowers for Easter
When I first set out to create our Easter table this year I knew I wanted to use an abundance of flowers. Because what says Spring more than tulips, daffodils and crocuses? Nothing I tell you! And since we have been having so much rain here in California I thought I would bring the garden inside!
I set off to our local nursery and found exactly what I was looking for. Early spring flowers in bright colors! I picked up a few containers not entirely sure how or where I was going to plant them. But I knew they would look beautiful as part of my Easter table.
When I got home I scrounged around my house looking for pots that matched each other. But I had nothing! That’s when I decided to think outside the box.
Non-traditional Pots for a simple and fresh easter table
I gathered together some of my white serving bowls and an old teapot. I decided that rather than plant the flowers in traditional pots, I would try to plant them in something new and different!
One thing led to another and I decided to use my old candle vessels as well for some of the smaller flowers. I love how this added an unexpected element to the table.
And I love it so much I think I am going to continue to do this all year round! How cute would these be in the kitchen potted with herbs perfect for snipping while cooking?!
The place settings
When I was at Target recently I saw these adorable egg cups as part of the Hearth and Hand collection. Too cute to pass up, they landed in my cart.
Now, I’m not much of a traditionalist so I knew they would end up with a purpose beyond holding an egg. Fast forward to yesterday’s trip to the nursery and ta-da! They are the perfect name tag for each guest.
I used a simple skewer and a scrap of paper to create these little name tags. And I just love the fun vibe the grass gives to each setting!
And these fun gold speckled plates remind me of robin’s eggs. Perfect for Easter, right?! I always love the contrast of the glitzy gold accents against my rustic farmhouse style table.
Natural Dyed Easter Eggs
I have always wanted to try dying Easter eggs with vegetable dye and other natural ingredients. And I love the way these turned out! They add the perfect pastel touch to my Easter table.
Click here to read the full DIY: How to Dye Easter Eggs Naturally.
Easter Bar Cart
Of course I had to update my bar cart for the season. Here sits my favorite chocolate bunny. Fooled you didn’t I?! I just love this ceramic chocolate bunny from one of my favorite local stores, Hudson Grace. Isn’t he the cutest? No Easter is complete without the reappearance of this guy each year!
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Thank you so much for stopping by and checking out my Simple and Fresh Easter Table. Now let’s head on over to my friend Joan’s blog 2 Ladies & A Chair! She always has the most beautiful decor with a touch of girly – my favorite!
Easter Decor Tour
And be sure to check out all the talented ladies that are linking up on this Easter Decor Tour!
Joan | 2 Ladies & A Chair
Summer | Summer Adams
Judy | Life Is Better At Home
Gloribell | Know How She Does It
Jackie | Finding Lovely
Ashley | Modern Glam
Yuni | Love Your Abode
Rhonda | Hallstrom Home
Amie | Meme Hill Studio
Kim & Lacey | Styled With Lace
Sheila | Maison de Cinq
Janine | Happy Happy Nester
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Oh Ashley I love this tablescape so much. The grass in the egg cups is adorable!
Love how bright and happy this post is. The mix of plant pots is amazing and my favorite one is definitively the teapot! Great post!
Ashley I love your Easter table! you are so clever using those fun containers for your blooms!! the eggs turned out so beautifully…love the soft colors. gorgeous!!!
Wow ashley I’m dying over every inch of cuteness!!! all the spring flowers are sooooo swoon worthy!!! i really need to buy those glasses and plates and that lucite bar cart is just fab! i am so inspired..thank you for sharing, friend! well done!! xoxo
Ashley I love all the pretty spring blooms on your Easter table! ???? such a great idea to use different pots and vessels for them too! Your place settings are adorable and love your bar cart ???? beautiful as always sweet friend! Xo
Your Easter eggs came out splendid! Those colors are so remarkable and look so natural. Your flowers are amazing and I love that you placed them in unusual containers. I have so many candle holders that I love their pots, but I need to burn the candle wax one of these days! Your table is fantastic and thanks so much for all your help on this blog hop, you’re the best!
This is so gorgeous!! I’m needing some fresh flowers now
Shelby - Farmhouse Living
Ashley! I’m loving your Easter tablescape! The pops of color are so much fun. I’m so glad I stumbled upon your post in a Pinterest tribe. I’m saving it for future inspiration. Love it all!
Thank you so much Shelby! So glad we could connect!
Lacey & kim
GIrl this is gorgeous!! Love every detail and those anthropologie plates are everything!!
LAcey & Kim
Ashley, everything looks so beautifully styled!! I love those egg cup holders and they are perfect as name card holders. So so cute! thank you for sharing your wonderful ideas with us!
Not sure if anyone else posted this – but your knives are wrong. Cutting side faces the plate😊😊. Otherwise, love it all!!!
thanks for the tip! I didn’t know that. 😉
I adore this tablescape, so colorful and lively. It’s both fun and elegant at the same time. That is a tough combination to pull off. Thanks for sharing this beautiful inspiration.