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Easter is only one week away – who’s ready to pull out the pastels?! This gal! Easter is quite possibly my most favorite holiday to set the table for. An Easter tablescape combines color, spring + cute little animals. What’s not to love?

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TIPS FOR SELECTING YOUR TABLETOP

  1. Pick an Inspiration Piece | This would be a specific napkin you’re loving, a floral or patterned plate you want to incorporate, etc. I find it so helpful to identify one key piece that inspires me and build from there. Helps keep your thoughts on track, because I know for me at least, it’s easy to go in all kinds of directions and not have a clear vision! For this table, I came across the darling Lenox Butterfly Meadow collection and knew that would be my starting point. I loved the mix of pastel hues and having different patterns on the table for some variety. They felt very spring and appropriate for
  2. Formality | How formal are you looking to go? Are you hosting a casual pick-and-go {i.e. more buffet style}, luncheon, family style dinner or tasting supper? There are so many options when it comes to hosting your family + friends at the table. The formality of your occasion will certainly dictate your tabletop selection. I love Easter brunch at our home to feel a little more casual – hence the bare/un-linened table and single dinner plate. I opted for place settings sans charger and salad plate to keep it simple, but still tailored and thoughtful.
  3. Add Texture | this is a must so your table doesn’t end up looking flat. I personally don’t think there’s such a thing as too much texture, but that’s just me. Texture can be added to your Easter tablescape with woven or raised placemats, beveled goblets/glassware or even a shiny vs. matte flatware. And of course florals are an obvious addition! I loved added a little extra floral pop on each place setting as well to help fill the plate space. All of this adds texture across the table. I’d suggest adding lots of layers to achieve a well rounded look.

What are your Easter plans?! Hosting, going out, or over to the fam’s?

photos by Julie Livingston Photography
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All Tabletop c/o Bed, Bath & Beyond: Lenox Butterly Meadow Collection Dinner Plates, Blue Ramekins, Gold Flatware, Woven Placemats, White Egg Cups, Villeroy & Boch Green Goblets, Sage Green Runner | Gingham Napkins | Misa Pink Maxi Dress | Nicole Bathie Mother-of-Pearl Flower Earrings |

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This came out so beautiful! Loving all the pastels and those cute bunnies!

xo Jessica
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