Spring is in the air and this weekend we are celebrating Easter! In the past I have done many variations of a Easter tablescape like my English garden tablescape complete with easy DIY carrot napkins, which are just as cute as they sound. I have also tackled an all floral Easter tablescape complete with DIY brushstroke plates. Back in the day I even did a table inspired by dyeing eggs and went with a tie dye batik theme tablescape with a fabric chandelier. Last year I was inspired by the design on seed packages and went with a gardening theme and used lots of florals and sprinkled a couple butterflies throughout. What can I say! I love a good tablescape! This year I continued with a floral theme, but switched it up a little bit with my color palette.
A hot pink gingham was perfect for an Easter tablescape and paired so nicely with bright yellow napkins and thrifted daisy plates! Old meets new with a twist!
I had lots of favorite parts in this tablescape. My color inspiration came from the vintage curtains I found while treasuring hunting. I pulled out the hot pink and cheery yellow to be the main colors on the actual table. During another thrifting trip I found the vintage daisy plates, which again pulled the daises from the vintage curtains into the tablescape. It all just came together perfectly.
Are these not the sweetest vintage plates? The delicate daisy pattern and gold rim on the plates add a little touch of elegance.
Berry baskets are one of my favorite things. I use ceramic ones in my refrigerator all the time for fruits and eggs so, when I find the cardboard ones I always pick them up and store them for the perfect occasion.
Mini floral arrangements are my favorite things to do when I’m hosting, because at the end of the party guests can each take home a floral arrangement with them. That is when those little berry baskets came into play.
They are super simple to make! All you need is the berry basket, kraft paper, a small glass jar/cup and flowers!
Then simply take a piece of kraft paper and shove it in the berry basket so that it peeks out a little bit and hides the cup you will be placing inside.
Isn’t it adorable? All bunched up it gives the illusion of one large centerpiece, but can easily be split apart for guests at the end of the party.
Are you already for Easter? This could easily work for a Mother’s day brunch as well!