Are you hosting a Easter this year? Set the best Easter brunch table with these simple and affordable ideas!
It’s now officially spring and I couldn’t be happier.
Once the holiday season is over I’m ready for warmer, longer days.
I’d actually love to skip right over winter!
We got rid of day light savings so maybe we can cancel just like 8 weeks of winter too?
Well then let’s chat about entertaining.
Do you love to entertain?
Oh…good us too!
Since you love to entertain like Anne & I, you’ll love our monthly virtual supper club posts.
Every month we get together with our friends Stacy, Rachel, Jen, and Michele and share our tablescapes and recipes on our blogs.
It’s so fun to see what everyone in our group comes up with each month.
There’s so much talent and creativity with this bunch of bloggers.
And to add even more inspiration, we now have a guest host join us each month too!
We’re thrilled to welcome Jennifer from Cottage on Bunker Hill this month.
Anne & I met Jennifer at the Haven conference last summer and she’s an absolute sweetheart.
You’re going to absolutely love looking around her blog!
This month our virtual supper club is featuring Easter tablescape ideas and delicious recipes to serve at your next spring brunch.
Get the links to our previous tablescapes for even more inspiration at the end of this post.
If you’re joining us from Jennifer at Cottage on Bunker Hill or if you’re new to our blog…
Hey there & welcome!
We’re AnnMarie (the taller one) and Anne (the shorter one), the two moms behind this blog.
We work together to share simple and budget-friendly ideas for decorating, recipes, DIY projects, and tips for life with older teens (and beyond!).
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But that’s enough about us…let’s talk more about this month’s theme… and my Easter tablescape!
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How to Decorate Your Dining Table for Easter Brunch
Do you host a brunch for Easter?
We usually do Easter dinner if we aren’t traveling which we often do for the holiday.
But this year, I’m planning a brunch because my middle son, Gavin, will be home for college for the weekend but will need to go back to school on Sunday.
So, rather than our usual Easter dinner, I’ll make Easter brunch.
I’m excited to try some of the amazing recipes we’ll be sharing Saturday.
Do you have a favorite holiday recipe?
I was looking forward to style this month’s virtual supper club tablescape because I’ve wanted to use terra cotta flower pots for some time now.
Actually, I’ve had a few inspiration photos from Pinterest saved for over two years.
And I even bought a variety of different sized clay pots two years ago and they’ve been sitting in my storage closet since then.
When we decided on this theme I just knew I had to pull them out for the centerpiece.
But first, I had to age the terra cotta planters so they had a more distressed look rather than brand new.
Click here to see how easy it was to do!
How to Style a Spring Centerpiece
When styling my Easter table centerpiece I used my favorite washed skinny linen table runner from South House Designs.
Next, I added a vintage wood brick mold in the middle of the table as a riser.
Giving the center a bit of height adds interest.
Then, I added a faux plant in a large DIY aged clay pot with a moss bunny and mini tobacco basket on top of the brick mold.
Once the middle of the centerpiece was done, I worked my way out on either side filling in with neutral décor pieces along the table runner.
The terra cotta flower pots are the star of the centerpiece design for this Easter tablescape.
And I think the planters came out pretty good if I do say so myself.
Especially considering how quickly I did the distressing on them so they were ready to use the day I styled the table.
It looks almost like real lime stains on the outside of them.
I stacked several of the planters and laid others on their side when styling the table centerpiece.
I filled mini wood baskets with preserved Spanish moss and a three moss covered faux eggs.
The wood baskets repeats the same color and texture of the mini wood tobacco basket so I had three of this color and texture in the centerpiece.
I used small white pedestals as risers to lift the mini baskets to vary the heights of some of the décor pieces.
Two more faux moss covered bunnies on either side of the middle, so there are a total of three rabbits.
Finally, I sprinkled several moss covered faux Easter eggs around the centerpiece.
S2M Tip: style in odd numbers when decorating
Get all the details of how to create this garden themed centerpiece here.
How to Create a Pretty Easter Place Setting
I started layering each place setting with a faux wood charger.
Can you believe these are plastic?
They look pretty good…don’t you think so too!?
Ok…maybe you don’t want to look too closely…LOL.
Next, I used my everyday dinner and salad plates with a neutral striped cloth napkin in between.
Each place setting is topped with a little grapevine basket filled with Spanish moss and a single paper mache Easter egg.
Now that I’m looking at these on the plates I think a name tag would have been fun to add to each basket.
I’ll have to do that before Easter brunch!
How cute are these little grapevine wreaths?
I hung them from the back of each dining chair with a burlap ribbon.
It would be fun to add little faux floral stems to them or other spring decorations.
Maybe next year I’ll change them up but for now I like the simple natural vibe.
Pretty faux lavender stems fill a vase on my buffet table along with wood and glass pillar candle holders.
I love the view of tablescape reflected in the mirror.
Thank you so much for stopping by!
I hope you got some simple ideas to style your table for Easter or spring.
Be sure to visit all the other blogs for more ideas!
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More Easter Tablescape Ideas from Our Friends
Next up on the tour is our friend Rachel from the Pond’s Farmhouse.
Be sure to click each of the blog names below the photos to get even more inspiration for your Easter brunch table.
If you’re a blogger and you’d like to join our virtual dinner club for a month leave us a comment below or contact us here.
If you’ve missed any of our previous tablescape ideas just click the links below for even more inspiration:
- Galentine’s Day Brunch
- St. Patrick’s Day
- Neutral Spring Table
- Colorful Outdoor Fiesta
- Summer Dinner Party
- Patriotic Celebration Ideas
- Backyard Picnic
- Football Tailgate Party
- Beautiful Fall Tablescape
- Thanksgiving Table
- Farmhouse Christmas Tablescape
- Sparkling NYE
- Cozy Winter Dinner
- Italian Themed Tablescape
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