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Easter will be here before we know it. That’s why today I’ve teamed up with several blogger friends to share Easter decorating ideas, projects, and recipes. I’ll be linking them up below, so be sure to check them out!
Easter Decorating Ideas for Your Table:
Let’s kick things off with a look at my dining table set for the holiday. I have a few Easter decorating ideas that I hope will help you set your own.
I’m not sure why it is, but I’ve always enjoyed styling tables. Although I miss the large wood dining table in my old house, I love decorating the small round one here in my apartment.
The idea for this Easter/spring table came about when I saw this patterned coral throw in the clearance section at HomeGoods. I suspect that the throw was left over from summer, but it instantly grabbed my attention. I thought it would be an inexpensive way to try something interesting and new for the holiday.
I was also lucky enough to stumble upon these floral pattern plates which matched my new “tablecloth” perfectly. While I didn’t know how the rest of the table would come together, I was sure I had a great start.
At some point on social media, I asked you what you wanted to see on IBC this spring. Several of you mentioned you’d like Easter decorating ideas that didn’t include eggs and bunnies. To be honest, that was the goal for this table. But when I found these glass bunny containers filled with eggs, all my good intentions went out the window. However, if you’re not “bunny-and-egg-crazy” and want to recreate this look, just use a unique bowl or vessel minus the eggs.
Easter Place Setting Decorating Ideas:
Because the tablecloth and plates are colorful and patterned, I kept the other essentials simple. A large white dinner plate is perfect and something that I always have on hand. I also opted for a classic white napkin.
And the flatware is a favorite of mine. I’ve kicked myself many times for not buying more. Anthropologie sold it a few years ago, and I only purchased four settings. I love this flatware because it seems to work with everything. It’s classic silver but includes the smallest brass detail which makes it feel current and stylish. The dark wood also works well with my chairs.
Given the size of the table, I tried to keep the rest of the decorative details to a minimum. I used two small floral arrangements. (Flowers are a must for spring. You can read how to create these stylish spring arrangements and others here.) The additional burst of color brought it all together and kept things fun.
For something different, I set out salt and pepper in these cute marble cups I found at Target. I put all of those accessories on this reversible wood and marble board. Boards are handy because you can quickly remove things if you need more space.
You can then bring the board back when it’s time for dessert!
Grab the recipe for the Easter Egg Hunt Sugar Cookies here.
Want more Easter dessert ideas? Check out:
- Cream Puff Cake
- Coconut Macaroon Nests
- Easter Dessert Kabobs
- Carrot Cake Truffles
- Peanut Butter Sheet Cake
- Cottontail Martini
And with that, my table is complete. As you can see, it’s eclectic and fun – classic Inspired by Charm style all the way.
For more Easter recipes and Easter decorating ideas, you can check out the archives on Inspired by Charm by clicking here.
MORE BLOGGER EASTER IDEAS:
First, for even more Easter inspiration, head on over to my blogger friends and see what they are up to! I’m loving their delightful Easter ideas and delicious recipes. You can link to them below:
Julie Blanner has whipped up Easter Toffee.
Leah of Freutcake made a Breakfast Egg Nest with leftover Easter ham.
Jen of The Effortless Chic is serving up Mini Naked Carrot Cakes.
And Cyd of The Sweetest Occasion is celebrating with Boozy Bunny Jelly Shots.
And that’s a wrap for today! I hope you enjoyed all the Easter decorating ideas. Have a fabulous weekend!
Beautiful! You probably know about Mosser Glass in West Virginia already – but if you don’t, check them out! They make all of their glass in their own factory and it is gorgeous. They have the covered bunny glass dishes in multiple colors. They have so many other great products such as cake plates, butter dishes, salt and pepper shakers, etc. With your talent for tablescapes, they would be lucky to have you use their products. I live in Pittsburgh and we took a road trip to tour the factory. It was worth it to be able to shop at the store.
Obsessed with all of the pops of yellow and gold to compliment the other colors! Such a gorgeous tablescape.
Love the campaign flutes! Where did you get them?
Where did you find the goblets you use on this table?
Aren’t they the best!? They are from Crate and Barrel, you can find them here: http://bit.ly/2GbJtqT
Charming indeed, thanks. I currently am using a square white plate- do you think a round floral plate would look too unbalanced if I was lucky enough to find lovely salad plates like your? Love your blog, thanks
Love the floral plates..I hope it’s a recent home goods find.
As usual gorgeous.
Michael, your site is so inspiring. I love all your charming accessories and décor. Would you sometime show us how and where you organize and store all these things? Thanks.
Your “out-of-the-basket” tablecloth works great for Easter! I appreciate all of the inspiration and links to other bloggers.
This is so beautiful, Michael! Happy Easter to you!
Love the combination of colors you chose for your Easter table.
Love love love all of this! such a knack! your tablescapes are spot on!
The glass bunnies – so perfect!
What a beautiful table Michael! I love how each setting has an individual glass bunny full of chocolate. Yum!
Definitely screams Springtime! I love it!!!
This is so beautiful! What a great idea to use that throw as a table cloth, and your flowers are gorgeous as always!
I just bought these same bunnies at the State College Home Goods store last night. I think they will look great on my Easter table also.