An Easy Easter Table with Linen and Branches
Get inspired to decorate for Easter this year with these easy Easter decorating ideas! This Easter table is beautiful and perfect for an Easter lunch with family or friends.
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Over the past couple of weeks I have been quick to add little bits of life back into the house in hopes of hurrying spring along! I planted some Paperwhites which have just begun to bloom, and have been enjoying tulips and branches throughout the house.
I always think it’s fun to add simple touches – a bunny here, some flowers there – for Easter. This year has been no exception after the long winter we’ve had. In fact, it snowed yesterday! Here’s hoping the sunshine will come soon!
Today I am very excited to be sharing some Easter decorating ideas with some of my blogging friends to help get you inspired to decorate for Easter this year!
My friend Julie Blanner and I decided to create an Easter table for you today! We’ve shared videos on our YouTube channels and hope you enjoy watching them!! If you enjoy watching YouTube, please subscribe to our channels :) we love to connect with our readers in a new way!
Without saying more…let’s start creating!
An Easter Table
Easy Easter Centerpiece
For an easy and inexpensive Easter centerpiece, try layering blossoming branches down the center of the table. This doubles as a table runner, and can be decorated with candles, eggs, or more flowers!
I picked up some inexpensive faux eggs from Target and used the neutral colored ones to dot the table. I saw this done with moss eggs in Martha Stewart and got inspired to recreate the look!
I have a strange love affair with egg cups, and I figured Easter was the perfect time to use them! Instead of using them for eggs, I thought it would be cute to add candles to them! These egg cups made the perfect little votives!
Easter Table Setting
At first, I thought I might stack the silverware over the top of the Easter table linens, but I decided to add a little life to the table with tulips instead!
I love the details in vintage flatware, it is one of my favorite things! I sell flatware in my shop if you’re interested in adding some to your kitchen. You can also typically find vintage flatware at flea markets! I found my favorite set in France and purchased then entire thing for around $40, although it cost me much more to bring it home in my suitcase!
To finish off my Easter table setting, I cut small strips of white card stock and added faux calligraphy place settings. To me, place settings make guests feel extra special, so I love adding them to a table whenever we have a fancy dinner.
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Easter Table Linens
This entire table was inspired by the linens I used here! This linen tablecloth is from Target and is around $20! This is an amazing price for a 100% linen tablecloth!
Later this month, Rocky Hedge Farm and I will be sharing ways you can repurpose this tablecloth. I can’t wait to show you what we come up with.
You might think of something floral or colorful for Easter, but I love the natural and muted look of these checker print linen napkins, and alternating the colors adds a little bit of fun!
I enjoyed putting this table together and hope you are feeling inspired to create something special for your family this Easter! The linens served as the perfect inspiration. Be sure to visit my friend’s blogs to get more ideas for Easter and spring decorating!
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