Arranging an Easter table is a simple way to bring the festivities of the season in doors, while getting a chance to showcase your creativity! Just like your Christmas table, any table setting has the opportunity for thoughtful design, blooming decorative accents and the ability to tie your planned feast together perfectly. We’re bringing you top tablescaping tips to impress your family this Easter, even if it’s an elegant affair or a laid back lunch.
Step into Spring
With springs light and airy mood, it’s the perfect season to introduce an element of luxurious elements and fresh colour. A combination of glassware, cream tones and bold statement pieces will help elevate your setting to a new level of elegant. We’d start off with a neutral table cover adorned with these simple scalloped porcelain plates. Place your decorated Easter eggs in these opulent gold egg cups and pair the table setting with these gold salad servers, both from H&M. For a final touch of class, make your dessert an unexpected talking point in this glass dome and showcase your baking skills.
The Blooming Outdoors
This Easter Sunday (weather prevailing) why not allow nature’s reemerging blooms and wildlife to set the scene for your family feast? The outdoor budding backdrop can allow for a simplistic table spread, simply add cosy elements for a comfortable feel. We’re loving these neutral seat cushions, cosy wool-blend throw from H&M and elegant gazebo candle planters from Carraig Donn. Add this flower motif table runner to tie the look together.
Follow the White Rabbit
This Easter bring in the softer side of nature within your table spread with a subtle easter theme. Add a touch of pale pink linen tablecloths to compliment these delicately rabbit motif porcelain serving dish. You can bring even more of a spring feel with these textured Easter basket tea light holders from Carraig Donn. We like to add soft moss or hay among the focal point of the table setting to inject a natural texture among your showstopping feast.
Have Fun with it
There’s no rule book when it comes to décor – bring in the repeat patterns and clipped fresh floral greenery from your garden, layer fabrics and colours for a distinctive colour palette, incorporate props and woodland creatures. Afterall, your table is your chance to get experimental and have fun!
The Front Row Team x