How to Decorate your Easter Dining Table
I’m calling this Easter table decor, but it could just as easily be called spring table decor. The bunnies and eggs say Easter to me,…
I’m calling this Easter table decor, but it could just as easily be called spring table decor. The bunnies and eggs say Easter to me, but in a subtle way.
Varying Heights and Textures on your Table
What do you think of using a vintage metal basket with our hydrangeas in the middle of the table? I chose the basket because I love the color and, it’s a basket. It matches the eggs in the nest, too. I also chose to use this throw because it is something you can use year-round. Gray and cream are perfect any time of year.
When decorating for anything or any time, you want to mix it up a bit. What I mean by that is, to use different heights and textures.
Did you notice that the candle holders are of different heights and textures? I used our distressed wood and metal ones. They coordinate well with the throw that I’m using as a tablecloth. The throw also brings in a different texture. Even the chicken creamer, candle, rabbit, and flowers I used are of different heights and compositions.
For added interest, I didn’t duplicate the other side of the main centerpiece but kept it complimentary. I did however use the same “formula” of varying heights, sizes, and textures, within the same color scheme.
Everyday Dining Decor Ideas
I like how the large hydrangea-filled basket table looks, but it’s not really “eating friendly’. What I mean by that, is there really isn’t any room to actually eat. Unless you’re dining alone.
This look is more Easter dinner friendly. I put the throw on the bench and replaced it with this simple, linen table runner. I removed the big flower basket and added this chunky bead garland. More texture, but it doesn’t really take up any space. This look is super easy to transition into any season. Just remove the rabbits and nest.
Personally, I like flowers any time of the year. I would just use the same florals on both sides if you wanted to make this look more of an “everyday” table. I forgot to tell you, these candles are battery operated. Isn’t that crazy how real they look? I love using them because you can “burn” them without worrying. They don’t drip and you can have them on for hours. Bonus, it’s ok if you forget about them or fall asleep!
Love it!! Happy Easter!!🌷
Thank you so much, Carol! So glad to hear that. Happy Easter to you, too!