I'm finally on spring break! Glory hallelujah! I am so ready for some rest and devoting time to my favorite home things. First up, creating our Easter table.
I decided to base the entire table around my favorite find from last summer, my pink rose tablecloth. Remember how I waited and waited at the flea market last year for the booth owner to show up so that I could buy it? The pink roses are just so pretty that I want to make it the basis of this year's table.
I went with our every day white dishes, set on top of wicker chargers. I found the pink gingham napkins on ebay and am using our good silver and my grandmother's etched crystal glasses.
Everyone will have a foil wrapped treat set in a little pink cup adorned with Easter bunnies. How cute are they? I just nestled the bunnies in paper grass to help them stand up.
I love to have place cards. I feel like they make everyone feel just a little more special because there is a place set just for them. I traced and cut out a rabbit silhouette onto white card stock, which I then adhered to a piece of pink card stock that is printed with each name in calligraphy font.
My favorite part of the Easter table is always the flowers. I wanted to keep it simple this year, in keeping with the cottage-y feel of the floral tablecloth and gingham napkins, so I chose to use mason jars as vases.
I chose pink carnations accented by charmelia. In the past, I wasn't a fan of carnations, but they are really growing on me and I love how they look with this table setting.
I think that this is my favorite Easter table yet! For more Easter table setting ideas, see my tables from the past few years:
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