A Beautiful Easter Tablescape

We are loving spring decor lately. There’s just something about all the pastel colours that gets us excited! Especially when styling a tablescape like this one for Easter. Most of the items we used are truly perfect for any spring dinner party, not just Easter. We wanted to make this feature more of a spring themed decor post so that these items can carry you into the season.

Lately, we’ve been drawn to the teal/light blue colour palette (have you seen our other baby blue Easter table?). We decided to incorporate gold tones with the cutlery, decor accents, and baked goods. It’s such a beautiful combination and perfect for Easter.

The gorgeous plates and glassware are a white and teal dish combo. We love mixing and matching serveware when we can – it gives off a ‘custom’ feel. The gold and clear glass chargers are also the perfect finishing touch to the place setting!

Pretty baked goods….Is there really a better combo? Sweet Bakery made these (almost) too beautiful to eat cookies, as well as a simple yet stunning bunny cake. Adding eye-catching desserts contributes so much to an Easter dinner party, and the adults will love it just as much as the kids.

It’s a rule in our book that a tablescape isn’t fully ‘dressed’ until there are flowers on the table. Kailey from Juniper Floral created these incredible arrangements for us, and they add a whimsical and earthy touch to the setup.

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A special thank you to Juniper Floral for the floral arrangements, Sweet Bakery for the cake and cookies, and Yellow Brick Road photography for capturing this beautiful tablescape!

Uncategorized Mar 28, 2018

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