4 Tips for A Colorful Easter Tablescape

Nothing like fresh spring flowers to pull off an Easter tablescape!

Obsessed with these gingham napkins they are on sale and come in all these pretty Spring pastel colors!

Thought this shot couldn’t get any cuter…

And then Ollie jumped in the pic…

And then this 🥰 🥰 – melt my mama heart! He is so obsessed with Mio!

DETAILS: BLUE TANK | WIDE LEG PANTS (ON SALE UNDER $25) | SLIPPERS

DISHES: RIBBED DINNERWARE SET | GLASS CAKE STAND | SHORT GLASS SET |

EASTER DECOR: PLAID NAPKIN SET (ON SALE UNDER $10) | PLUSH BUNNY (UNDER $20) | BUNNY EARS NAPKIN RING (ON SALE UNDER $15) | GINGHAM NAPKIN SET (ON SALE UNDER $15) | CANDY SET (CAREFUL WITH THE CUPCAKE BITES – THEY ARE ADDICTING!)

FURNITURE: RUG | CHAIRS | DINING TABLE (OLD – SIMILAR HERE)

Spring is all about the colors! Especially after what feels like an endless winter, I catch myself craving more color than usual! I put together a little spring tablescape for the kids to brighten up their day and love how it turned out! Wish I could have my table set up every day (especially when fresh flowers are involved 😍) Here are a few tips to add some color to your Easter tablescape.

DON’T PICK JUST ONE:

Don’t feel like you need to limit yourself to just one color or a simple palette. Spring is all about pastels and colors – it’s the best excuse to go all out and incorporate as much color as you want. Think all pastels – the more pastel tones you can bring in, the more it will feel like spring. I loved these plaid napkins that we used as place mats – I just folded them once instead of multiple times to make a large rectangle for the place mat. I loved the color tones and plaid print (Also on sale under $10 for a set of 4!), they accented the gingham napkins so good!!

MIX & MATCH:

Spring is the best opportunity to buy sets in multiple colors, making it the perfect time to mix and match your decor for a perfectly mismatched tablescape. I got these gingham napkins that come in a pretty lavender, blush, mint, and blue and also these cute bunny ear napkin rings that the kids loved. Instead of matching them up for each place setting, I mixed it up so there was even more color at each seat.

LET THE TREATS DO THE TALKING:

One of the most seamless ways to bring in color is with your treats. Think pink lemonade, colorful fruits, and yummy spring candies. It’s a great way to have your treats do double duty – both as decor and something yummy to munch on before (or after 🙂 you eat. This candy set is so cute and the cake bites are addicting!

ADD FLORAL ACCENTS:

Adding a pretty vase of flowers is always a no brainer, but add little sprigs of flowers as accents to your plates or food. Wildflowers I feel like are such an underrated flower, and they add so much to a table. The little clusters look so cute as an accent to the bunny ears, and we pulled a couple mini daisies off to add to the lemon slices and yogurt and I love how it just adds that feminine touch :).

Linking some more cute pieces for a colorful Easter tablescape below.

XX, Christine