With Easter just a couple of weeks away, I am teaming up with some super talented ladies to share Easter Tablescape inspiration.
I went with a purple and yellow theme using faux forsythia and dare I say, it is my most favorite Easter tablescape yet!
This post is sponsored by Decocrated and contains affiliate links at no extra cost to you. However, all opinions are 100% mine. I only promote product I believe in. Please see my full disclosure here.
I am back sharing a beautiful Easter Tablescape using pretty purple and yellow. You know how I love teaming up with my blogging friends and this week there are twenty two creative table stylist bloggers sharing their ideas for an Easter tablescape.
I hope you will stop by to visit their blogs. Trust me when I say, you will definitely be inspired. I look forward to these blog hops and am always blown away by the creativity. These ladies are talented!!
Easter Tablescape Centerpiece
Whenever I am planning a tablescape, I always look for an inspiration piece and for this purple and yellow Easter tablescape, that piece is the gorgeous lattice basket that I received in the Spring subscription box from Decocrated.
I loved the detail of this basket, including the leather handles:
If you are not familiar with Decocrated, they are a home decor subscription box that is sent every three months. I’ll be sharing an unboxing of all the goodies I received this weekend!
You can check out what I received in the Winter box here. Once I had the centerpiece planned, I stopped by the craft store to see what flowers would go with the basket.
Whenever I think of Spring flowers, forsythia always comes to mind. In Rhode Island, they are one of the first flowers to bloom in the Spring.
It was something I always looked forward to each year. I picked up several bunches of faux forsythia at 50% off and couldn’t resist the gorgeous purple flowers.
Purple and yellow looks so pretty together, especially in the dark wood basket. As I know I will be changing out this basket seasonally, I simply placed the flowers inside with moss. Easy peasy!
Choose The Place Setting
Now that the color scheme is set, I went to my hutch to choose the dishes that I would use for this Easter tablescape. If you’ve visited here before, you know I decorate on a budget and am a fan of thrift store shopping for dishes.
It is amazing what you can find. I have a large hutch that I keep all my dishes in. Here is a confession though, it is getting full-yikes! How can I turn these dishes down when they are so pretty and only $1 a piece?
Hopefully, I am not the only one with this problem! Here are the dishes I decided to go with:
They have pretty Spring flowers in purple and yellow-you can’t beat that! Simple glass chargers pair nicely with these dishes. A cute egg shaped chalkboard tag was added to each napkin to act as a place tag.
These were from the Target Dollar Spot. Don’t even get me started on how much I love the Dollar Spot! The metal egg holders were also from the Dollar Spot.
I added the bottom half of a glitter Easter egg with a few silk flowers to sit at each place setting. You can see how I made the glitter Easter eggs here.
Whenever I set a table, I always have a favor or decorative item at each place setting. I just love the look of it.
Add Spring Accessories
My go to tablecloth for a Holiday is usually a white linen tablecloth. It is just a classic look and goes with any style decor. Plus, the dishes and flowers really pop against white.
Rather than bringing out the bunnies, I went ducks instead. I fell in love with this little piece at my new favorite New Hampshire thrift store, Vinterest.
You can read about my fun visit here.
The duck soup tureen was another thrift store find! A few birds nests and Easter eggs complete the accessories.
The oversized chalkboard is a favorite of mine to decorate. I’m so excited to be a Chalk Couture Designer and love the products they carry. You can check out my Chalk Couture shop here.
The adorable vintage truck is my favorite transfer that you can find here.
I added more forsythia to the backs of the chairs simply using twine. This Easter tablescape is very informal, but welcoming for my small family.
I’m a big believer in shopping your home and using what you have. The only items that I bought for this table were the silk flowers.
Please share this post, by pinning the image below:
I hope you were inspired by this Easter tablescape. A big thank you to Chloe from Celebrate and Decorate for hosting this blog hop.
Have a great day and enjoy the visiting the other tablescapes linked below.
You can also follow me on social media below: