Don’t be afraid to mix different styles and colors to create a fun springtime tablescape! This rustic and cheerful Easter table is unique because of the youthful pieces and nature-inspired decor!
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The official first day of spring was yesterday, and that means that Easter is just a couple of weeks away! Are you ready!? Do you decorate your house for Easter?
Before we had kids, when I used to be a teacher, we usually traveled during Easter! Easter always fell within spring break, so we spent it away from family. Because of that, Easter never evolved into a big holiday for me. I’d throw up some greenery and bunnies and call it a day.
Now that I’m home with the kiddos, I like to show Easter some love, and decorate with more than just the dust bunnies from around my house! (I totally stole that joke from my friend, because I thought it was hysterical! -Thanks Meg!) I find it way easier to think of it as decorating for spring rather than just Easter. You can get a lot more out of your spring decorations than just Easter. Lord knows I like to ride out my seasonal decor!
I often have no clue where my tabletop decor is headed until I’m in the middle of creating it! I usually try to use things from around my house, and mix in some inexpensive newer items. I’m always trying to stretch my dollar! This year, my Easter table decor blossomed from the DIY three-tiered stand that I created using some wooden cedar slabs that I found at a craft fair in Ocean City last summer. You can read the full tutorial HERE to see how I easily made a three-tiered stand.
I try to mix and match styles in order to create a look I like, and my Easter table is no exception. The DIY three-tiered stand was a little bit rustic even after I gave it a white wash with some white spray paint, so I added these funky little wooden polka dot eggs that I found at the Target dollar spot! I mixed in some more colorful eggs and egg holders, also found there. The bunny succulent planter was another DIY project that I’ll be posting about soon. I found the ceramic bunny in the dollar spot also and filled it with some faux succulents!
To create a runner for my Easter table, I used two green moss mats. They are real dried moss! I like how the wooden cedar slabs on the three-tiered stand and the moss runner bring some nature into the house!
Since I’m obsessed with Ana Candles, I already had the bright blue and green striped candles, as well as, the solid blue candles. I just placed them in my mercury glass candle holders to create different heights.
I found the wooden gold paint splattered chargers at the dollar spot and picked up some gold plastic flatware from Target’s Spritz line to play off of the wooden chargers. The utensils are plastic, but they totally look real in my opinion! Nothing wrong with making less work while cleaning up your dishes!
I used my grandparents’ cabbage leaves place settings, because I think they are the perfect look for spring! They remind me of Peter Rabbit. I love them, because of the sentimental value. However, I also think you can make these rather traditional and outdated place settings look totally contemporary with the right mix of accompanying pieces. That’s why I mixed in the the colorful polka dot Easter egg bowls from Target’s dollar spot! I am so into the bright pops of color, especially against the the white place settings and white cloth napkins from Threshold. For the items that are no longer available, like my grandparents’ vintage cabbage plates, I’ve linked similar items.
similar egg cups | gold plastic flatware | similar cabbage dinner plates | similar cabbage salad plates | threshold white cloth napkins | mercury glass candlestick holders | candles | moss runner | three-tiered stand | glasses |
It’s quite an eclectic table, but it describes my style perfectly! I always get stuck between the neutral rustic look of the farmhouse style and a more vibrant pattern-filled, and colored-filled style! Now run to the Target dollar spot to pick up these cuties!
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