Welcome to my Easter Tablescape and Bunny Hop Tour. Today I’m sharing how style a fun and creative table for Easter.
Today’s table setting combines DIY Plate Chargers, thrift store dishes, and a few fun finds from Marshall’s.
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I love Spring and especially Easter. I’m excited to join a very talented group of Bloggers for an Easter Tablescape and Bunny Hop Tour hosted by Kristin at White Arrows Home. We hope this tour will help to brighten your day!
DIY Easter Tablescape Ideas
Planning my Easter table was so much fun this year.
Like many people, I’ve been doing a lot of projects to stay busy.
So my table planning began with my DIY Twig Plate Chargers, which I previously shared how to make.
Once I made these chargers, I knew I wanted to use them for my Easter Table. I was inspired to plan a woodland table complete with natural wood elements, pewter bunnies, vintage tableware, and lilacs.
Wooden Elements for a Woodland Theme
In addition to the twig plate chargers, I stacked a couple of bread boards to create a fun Easter centerpiece.
Since I was using lilacs for the centerpiece, I wanted to add a touch more lavender to the table.
These lavender embroidery napkins were a perfect addition to the Easter Tablescape.
I recently found the wooden napkin rings at a thrift store for only 25 Cents. I was doing a happy dance out the door. You can click here if you’d like to see more about Thrift Store Shopping.
The simplicity of my vintage white ironstone plates was the perfect choice for these organic twig chargers. Finding these pewter bunnies on a wooden base was the icing on the plate. LOL
Easter Tablescape Centerpiece
Next, I planned a simple Easter Tablescape Centerpiece.
I choose two large breadboards for the centerpiece riser. The vase is a large ironstone piece that I filled with faux lilac stems.
I found these pewter bunnies from Marshall’s and thought they would perfectly complement my woodland theme. I loved this large bunny holding a wooden egg for the centerpiece.
More Thrifted Tableware
As you probably know, I love using thrifted tableware.
First, it’s more unique when it’s a found item, and most importantly, you pay a fraction of the cost of new tableware.
I used these thrifted vintage water goblets during the Christmas holiday, and the color was perfect for including the natural woods and greens-inspired table.
This fat little pewter pitcher was a recent thrift store find and worked perfectly with the new pewter bunnies.
In addition, a thrifted woven bread basket holds a collection of cabbage salad plates and extra silverware. I used a small ironstone pitcher to hold the dessert cutlery.
Mother’s Love Painting
All the natural elements inspired me to put paint to canvas, resulting in this sweet lamb and mama. I was inspired after seeing so many newborn lambs on Instagram. I thought this was a perfect example of “Mother’s Love.” It includes the scripture Love is Patient, Love is Kind.
When I found the little resin sheep for only $2.00, of course, I found a spot for it.
Mixing Old and New
One of my favorite decorating tips is mixing vintage treasures with new items. It creates a much more interesting table.
Bunny Hop Easter Table Setting
Here you can see the combination of all the table-setting elements together.
The chippy church pew and folding bench provide seating around the table.
I chose not to add a table runner or tablecloth to my table. The texture of these twig chargers added just the right amount of natural organic design.
Thanks so much for stopping by today. I appreciate your comments and will be glad to answer any questions.
Here are some additional Easter Decorating Ideas you may enjoy.
- Bunny Hop Easter Tablescape
- 6 Easter Brunch Ideas for a Fun Table Setting
- Beautiful Table Settings For Spring
- How To Set A Garden Party Table
- Easter Table on Screened Porch
- Ideas For A Friendship Easter Basket
- Tobacco Stick Lantern Spring Centerpiece
- Centerpiece for Easter Table Ideas
Please be sure to Hop over to the other blog sites for more Easter Tablescape Inspiration.