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Colorful Easter Tablescape

With Easter just around the corner, I thought it would be fun to share a colorful Easter tablescape idea!

Are you guys ready for the Easter holiday weekend?

We still have a few things to finalize but our “Easter At Home” plans are coming together pretty well.  It’s definitely going to be an Easter we’ll never forget!

Creating a Colorful Easter Tablescape…

Easter is one of our favorite holidays to spend as a family and I know it is for so many of you too.

We love being together and hanging out, sharing recipes, makeup tips and celebrating sweet memories with each other.

I think now more than ever, we’ve all realized the importance of gathering around the table and sharing a meal together no matter what the season or holiday.

My mom is definitely one of those people that goes all out with her Easter decor.

She decorates with bunnies and carrots and flowers and lots of spring colors. Everywhere you look it’s seriously gorgeous.

But if you don’t have time for all of that don’t even sweat it.

I know we’ve all been busy trying to navigate a new normal, create solid routines and handle the challenges of working and schooling from home.

Life just gets nuts sometimes and we totally get it.

Find Spring Inspiration…

We also understand when you’re trying to make a holiday feel special while simultaneously trying to balance the demands of life you need something that’s quick and easy.

As well as something that can be easily transitioned from one season to the next without a lot of fuss, time or extra expense.

If Spring has taught us anything this year it’s that we can all get creative and use things we already have on hand at home to make a colorful Easter tablescape.

Use What You Have…

These moss placemats take just a few minutes to create and can be used throughout the year in multiple seasons.

This pink Haviland pattern is similar to the green Haviland pattern I used on our Spring Flowers Inspired Tablescape.

Swapping out the green pattern for the pink pattern is a simple way to change things up without a lot of effort.

The green depression glass bowls were a gift from my Granny many years ago. I filled them with inexpensive raffia and diy robin eggs.

Aren’t these chicken napkin rings cute? They remind me of ironstone.

I picked up these pale pink napkins on one of our many treasure hunting trips.  The color is perfect for spring and garden parties and they were really inexpensive too!

We made these jadeite inspired cupcake stands along with the DIY European Farmhouse Inspired Cake Stand which we use all the time.

They’re both so versatile and add farmhouse charm to any occasion.

Embrace Nature…

I found this crock at the Renninger’s Extravaganza a few years ago and filled it with hydrangeas and clippings from around the property.

The arrangement turned out like my hair…totally wild…because our Bridal Bush is still blooming out front.

It’s also another a gentle reminder to work with what you have ?

Speaking of using what you have, this floral fabric is actually a curtain panel!  It’s super easy to use as a pillow cover, table runner or even a picnic blanket.

As you guys know, I’m usually a neutrals girl and most everything in our home is bathed in shades of white, gray, linen and woodgrain.

But it’s been fun to enjoy pops of color inside the house lately. I think the Easter Bunny is going to feel right at home with this colorful Easter tablescape.

Let us know if you’re dressing up for Easter this year or creating a colorful Easter tablescape in your jammers!

A Few Other Easter Tablescapes You Might Enjoy From Some of My Sweet Friends:

Until next time, I’ll see you on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.

Many blessings,

CoCo

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30 Comments

  1. Thank you so much ladies, your kind words are always appreciated. Hugs, CoCo

  2. I really appreciate your sweet words, Sandi, thank you so much! We are definitely ready to celebrate all things spring and we hope you are too. Hugs, CoCo

  3. Oh my gosh, I totally forgot about those pink plastic rollers, Nancy! That is so funny. I appreciate all of your sweet and kind words about this Easter tablescape. I think your blue and white tablescape is perfection! Hugs, CoCo

  4. So cute. Wish we could all be together this year

    1. I know! I miss you guys already and Easter hasn’t even gotten here yet. While I know this will be an Easter we’ll never forget, it definitely won’t be the same without you. Hugs and love, CoCo

  5. This tablescape just makes me smile, CoCo! It’s whimsical and fun! I plan to make a special little breakfast for the two of us…you inspire me to decorate the table a little, too! Happy Easter to you!

    1. So sweet of you to say, Linda, thank you. I know it definitely won’t be the same as what we’ve been used to but we’re going to do everything we can think of to make it feel as special as possible. Wishing you and your family a healthy and blessed Easter weekend, CoCo

  6. I loved your little bowls, which I do have a bunch of…though I seldom show them, or food for that matter, since at this point I am a “wing-it” cook.
    Love the soft pinks, and you can never go wrong for green on a table. And I do love the simplicity of a few eggs, and yes, two people doesnt’ really make a party does it. Thanks for posting this though, will save for next year!

    1. Thanks so much Sandi! Easter is going to be so weird this year but we’re looking forward to making it as special as possible. We’re in the same boat as you with a party of two so we’ll definitely have to get creative. I miss my family like crazy and I know you do too. On a side note, I recently saw a commercial for creating a victory garden during social isolating/self distancing and immediately thought of you 🙂 Sending you hugs and hoping your Easter weekend is a blessed one, CoCo

  7. Coco, such a sweet Easter table. I love the Jadite. I use curtains, throws and definitely pillow cases all the time. The crock full of luscious flowers is lovely. Such a pretty Easter Table. Hugs and Easter blessings to you.

    1. Thank you, Linda! It’s so much easier to use table runner alternatives like curtain panels, throws, and pillowcases when you’re trying to use what you have at home. I think about cutting that curtain panel up into pillows all the time but it’s the only piece I have so I haven’t been able to do it quite yet 🙂 I hope your Easter weekend is a blessed one, hugs, CoCo

    1. I really appreciate that, Josiah, thank you so much!

  8. Coco
    This is such a calming post that I have read the first thing in the morning. Yes, Easter is going to be a little weird this year as my girls had to alter some plans and instead are going to celebrate virtually on zoom calling with their friends.
    Your table looks so attractive and simply put, it looks posh! And you show in such a calmness that if someone puts their mind into diy’ing, the outcome can be far therapeutic and more rewarding.
    Happy Easter. Stay safe

    1. Thank you so much, Hasin! This tablescape was definitely fun to put together. I’m so glad your girls were able to connect with their friends over the weekend, it’s so important to reach out right now. I just keep reminding myself this will all *hopefully* be over soon and we’re all in this together! Hope you and your family had a blessed weekend, CoCo

    1. I really appreciate it, Ann, thanks so much for hosting! Hugs, CoCo

  9. Love those sweet little green dishes with the egg set on each plate and the cloches on the table are so pretty. Not sure yet if we will be in jammers tomorrow or not. We will see how the morning unfolds. Thanks so much for the shout out my friend! Stay well!

    1. Thanks so much, Michelle! The little green dishes are a treasure since they were a gift from my Granny. She had the best stuff and I have some pretty special memories of her especially at Easter 🙂 Love your gorgeous tablescape with all the herbs and lavender. It makes me want to create a potting shed immediately 🙂 Hugs and hope you and your family had a blessed Easter weekend, CoCo

  10. CoCo, Your table is beautiful! I love the colors! The dishes are beautiful and I love idea of the raffia nests in the depression glass. How special that its from your granny!! Thanks for sharing the inspiration at Charming Homes and Gardens!

  11. Coco, Your tablescape is so pretty. May your Easter be blessed.

    1. Thank you so much, Renae! I hope your Easter and Spring season are both blessed as well. Hugs, CoCo

  12. Love all the pastels and those green bowls! Such a gorgeous table. Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm. xo Kathleen

    1. Thank you so much, Kathleen, I really appreciate it. We’ve definitely come a long way this year. I’ll be so excited to actually hug my parents again! Hope your weekend is a special one, CoCo

  13. Lookbng forward to be with family this year. The green dishes with the’straw’ and clored eggs is a ideal touch

    1. So excited you’ll be able to be with family this year, Linda! I know last year was kind of crazy with the pandemic and a lot of us were in lockdown during that time. There’s nothing like being gathered around the table with people you love. Hugs, CoCo

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