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I’m sharing my Easter table today! Which is also my spring table… and most likely my summer table too. :) A while ago I shared these beautiful items I ordered from Anthro and they all arrived last weekend. Hello cute wooden bunny! Talk about happy mail.
Love it all but I’m the most excited about these eyelet dinner plates! So beautiful for spring and summer dining. They come in dessert plates too (I just ordered 8 of the dinner plates). I have some fun ideas for the flower nesting bowls and I’ll share where I’m putting the beautiful black vases soon.. perfection! They are so gorgeous together or separate. I got the small and medium candlestick but the tall candlestick is backordered so just waiting on that.
Funny.. I set these items together on my kitchen counter to take a pic to share and thought hmmm.. why is this neutral color palette looking so familiar? Then I glanced over at my kitchen rug. Ha. Guess it’s easy to tell these neutrals are calling my name!
Although my spring Easter table isn’t neutral with some gorgeous pops of pink! I kept it really simple this year and couldn’t love it more.
I wanted my acrylic floral vase full of tulips to take center stage and they certainly do. Stunning! I wish you could see it in person. I set my table and took these pictures 5 days after I put together my arrangement.
You can see the tulips were just starting to open when I put this together.
5 days later they are in full bloom! My arrangement still looks so beautiful and I didn’t change the water or do a thing! Did I mention I’m in love with this vase?
Because I am. :)
I’m also in love with this simple place setting. The chargers and everything else I used are long time favorites you’ve seen before. I just added my new eyelet plates.. so pretty! I was going to place a small dessert plate or bowl on top, but this plate is so beautiful just on its own! Plus let’s be real. If I’m cooking for Easter (which is still up for debate) it won’t be fancy and one plate is all we need. Just our little family this year! Unless we end up inviting friends or heading somewhere else. Last year a friend threw something together for a group and I was saved from cooking! Fingers are crossed. ;) If anyone wants to bring over Easter dinner I’ll happily supply the cute tablescape. What says spring and Easter more than tulips and bunnies and eyelet plates? It’s a win for all involved.
The white bunnies are from the dollar bins at Target! I think they were $3 each. So cute! I can’t find them on-line but will link some similar options at the end of my post.
A few more pics for fun..
I hope my Easter table gave you a few ideas for this weekend or future spring/summer events! I love setting a pretty table for each season and then just leaving it up and ready. It reminds me to invite people over more often! The meal is often take-out at my house, but I’ve found that when you are hanging out with good friends who make you happy what you are serving just doesn’t seem to matter much.