Three ways to dress your table for Easter

Easter table dressing
pink and marble table settings
Easter table dressing

I'll admit I don't have any exciting plans for Easter but that doesn't mean I can't dress my table fit for an Easter banquet. I enjoyed dressing my table for Christmas so much, adding pretty details like fresh fur in the napkins etc that I decided to get creative with some ways to dress your table for Easter and share them all on the blog. I've got so much new crockery recently too including my gorgeous new pink plates so I had to incorporate these into one table dressing too. So here's my three tablescapes for Easter.

 

Yellow & Green Easter Table Dressing

homesense haul gold homewares
yellow and green easter table dressing
yellow and green easter table dressing
yellow and green easter table dressing
yellow and green easter table dressing
yellow and green easter table dressing
yellow and green easter table dressing

table runner |grey plates | yellow bowls | slate platter (similar) | candles | gold cutlery (similar)
kate spade jug | succulent salt & pepper pots

Nothing says Spring or Easter like daffodils, they are honestly the cheeriest flowers and so cheap too. My first Easter table dressing is a green and yellow theme all based around these gorgeous flowers. I love how bright it is. Its a perfect set up for afternoon toasted hot cross buns and homemade lemonade. Can you tell I'm ignoring the fact its going to SNOW over Easter and pretending we actually have a sunny bank holiday?? ha ha I love any excuse to use my Kate Spade spotty jug to be honest. I love it so much and its on sale at the moment too, perfect for Summer pimms don't you think? Also can we just appreciate how cute my little succulent salt and pepper pots are too? As well as yellow crockery and a bunch of daffodils I also love popping my cutlery and straws in glass jars to give the table that simple rustic feel and it ties in with my little lemon and bergamot candles which make the whole table smell gorgeous. For a special touch I've folded my napkins to hold my cutlery and added some brown paper and string with a single daffodil too. I love how pretty it looks.

 

Pink & Marble table dressing

pink and marble table dressing
pink and marble table dressing
pink  IKEA plates and dishes
pink and marble table dressing
pink  IKEA plates and dishes
pink  IKEA plates and dishes

all pink crockery | splash plates | gold cutlery (similar)  | wine glasses (similar)  | marble place mats & coasters (similar)

Well aren't these IKEA pink plates just a dream? They are super cheap too. I love the mismatched look with the splash print plates too. For a true blogger cliche I'm using my marble place mats which I've had for a while from Primark but I've found these great marble place mats at Next too which are just as lovely. Add in a centerpiece of coloured Easter eggs and you have a pretty lovely Easter set up and one that's a bit different I think too.

Rustic & Green table dressing

green and rustic table settings
green and rustic table settings
green and rustic table settings
green and rustic table settings
green and rustic table settings

tablecloth | plates | gold cutlery (similar) | wooden board | plant pots

I think this is my favourite of the three ways to dress your table for Easter. I love how simple it is and how its so rustic and natural. I've used my simple white ribbed china and used my folded napkins again with brown paper and string but this time I've tucked in a faux succulent. You could also tuck in a stem of leaves or foliage too. My white pots are everyone's favourite IKEA pots as are the faux plants and I love them in a line as a centre piece. My top budget tip for my cork place mats and coasters which really finish off the natural look, is just to turn over your existing ones. These  are my Primark marble ones turned upside down and I think they look great.

 


Hope you loved my 3 ways to dress your table for Easter. I'd love to know your fave table set up and also what wonderful Easter plans you have this bank holiday weekend?

 

 

Debs

x

 

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Photos taken on the Olympus Pen and 45mm lens 17mm lens and 25mm lens

2 Comments

  1. March 30, 2018 / 5:18 pm

    I also think the last one is my favourite followed by the yellow and green as I love daffodils x
    Katescloset.uk

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