Today I’m sharing my creative Easter Brunch Ideas for setting a fun black and white table plus 6 more creative brunch table ideas that you will love.
Don’t you just love a hosting a brunch?
It’s one of my favorite gatherings.
You can dress your table up all fun and girly for the occasion.
Plus… you can serve mimosa’s!
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Easter Brunch – Supper Club Theme
It’s time for our monthly supper club tablescape and this months theme is Easter Brunch.
If you are joining us for the first time, we are a group of friends who love to entertain and when entertaining in person wasn’t recommended last year, we started a virtual supper club in January 2021.
Each month we choose a theme for our dinner tables, which we post the 4th Thursday of each month.
Next, we each share a recipe to complete the meal on the 4th Saturday.
Although the theme is the same, I love seeing each persons interpretation of the theme and how they make it fit their decor style.
I know you are going to love joining us each month for our Supper Club. In case you missed the February table you can see it here.
Each month we have one guest blogger joining us and I’m so excited that Jennifer from Cottage on Bunker Hill is our guest for March.
If you are joining me from Simply 2 Moms, welcome. I know you loved their Easter brunch table.
Easter Brunch Ideas for Table Setting
These cute black and white bunny dishes were my inspiration for creating a neutral table setting for our Easter Brunch.
Instead of adding colorful Easter Eggs to the table setting, I opted for a more neutral approach.
Easter Brunch Centerpiece
When planning my centerpiece, I decided to fill a bird cage instead of making a floral arrangement.
One of my favorite Easter bunnies is this pewter one holding a wooden egg.
He was also my inspiration for all the bread boards and wooden elements that were added to the table and surrounding areas.
The bird cage was actually sitting in a donation pile when inspiration for the centerpiece sparked.
In addition to the pewter bunny, some DIY funny paper eggs fill the bottom of the bird cage.
The base of the centerpiece began with a bread board and it was layered with a natural wood riser for the bird cage to rest upon.
Next to the bird cage, a small bread board and chunky candleholder hold two smaller pewter bunnies to complete the centerpiece.
The Place Setting
In addition to the black and white bunny dishes, I added wooden chargers, diy placemats, thrifted silverware, dessert plates and napkin rings.
You can see the full DIY Placemat tutorial here.
I also included seed packets for the vintage cutlery, thrifted water goblets and champagne flutes.
In order to keep the bunny design visible, I opted for a clear dessert plate. These were purchased last year at a flea market.
The thrifted bunny napkin rings are so cute holding a bowtie napkin in a neutral beige color.
See How to Fold a Napkin into a Bowtie here.
The wooden chargers continue the natural wood theme. In addition, they add so much dimension to the Easter Brunch place setting.
I saved the empty seed packets from last year because I loved their craft paper and rustic illustration design. They add a creative touch by providing a spot for the vintage silverware to rest.
Easter Brunch Ideas
In addition to the wooden tableware elements, the surrounding area is filled with more vintage wooden bread boards, rolling pin and wooden trays.
The woods and whites work perfectly with my copper pieces.
No brunch would be complete with Champagne to make mimosas. I’m sharing several mimosa recipes on tomorrows blog post and they are all perfect for an Easter Brunch.
On Saturday, I will be sharing the full Easter Brunch Menu with recipes, as well as my Grapefruit Mimosa Recipe.
I hope you enjoyed today’s Easter Brunch Ideas for a Fun Table Setting. Next up is Stacy Ling with her unforgettable brunch table
Be sure to click on each link below for more Easter Brunch Tablescape Inspiration.
Anne & AnnMarie – The Best Easter Brunch Table with Simple Ideas – Rachel – Easter Brunch Ideas
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Be sure to check back on Saturday for our full menu and recipes to make your Easter Brunch special.