New leaves are unfolding; plants are sprouting; flowers are blooming- like little mini celebrations complete with party hats and confetti popping up all along the landscape. It’s those kinds of celebrations of life and starting again that inspired this year’s woodland Easter tablescape.
Don’t you just get excited about Easter? I’m not talking about Easter bunnies, baskets, or bevies of colored eggs (though those are fun too). I mean the real deal Easter. Capital E. Jesus. New life. Second chances. Renewal. The stuff that is really something to get excited about!
This woodland Easter tablescape is a simple, but elegant, way to invite your family and friends to enjoy this season of new beginnings with you.
Goblets in green Carnival glass add a punch of color to the pastel table setting. Originally made in the 1970s, this iridescent glass just sings spring with its grape harvest pattern and pastel rainbow when it catches the light just right.
Centerpieces don’t always have to be flowers in vases. Get creative with your containers. This old birdcage from a craft store is just thing to house a bird’s nest with 3 little blue eggs and the flowering branch where it makes its home.
And could we really call it a woodland Easter tablescape without a bunny or two scampering about? Two bunnies call this table home, one on each end of the table. Little grapevine wreaths adorned with spring flowers give them a safe place to nestle.
The place setting is a delicate mix of flowers and wood. Dark brown rattan napkin rings and chargers provide a woody balance to the light florals peeking out of the napkin and on the china.
Speaking of light and delicate, isn’t the true beauty of something always found in its details?
Yummy treats are served in mix and match pieces that have been handed down, making this Woodland Easter tablescape brunch-ready.
Easter is always an exciting time. There is so much new, so much Promise to be celebrated. And while also a busy time, full of cooking and egg hunts and dresses and such, it’s well-worth the time it takes to use your table to minister to those you love most with a little woodland hospitality.
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