I always like to have a simple and casual Easter Tablescape for our breakfast nook table. I used some of the same elements when I set this for St. Patrick’s Day. Changing out the centerpiece and adding in some Easter pieces was a quick change up.
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I like layering various plates for the place settings for this table. Some dollar store plates are combined with vintage Iris Herringbone dessert plates. The pail is one that I found at my local Goodwill a while ago. I placed floral foam in the bottom of it and added some dollar store flowers.
How to Put Together a Simple & Casual Easter Tablescape
When I’m putting together a tablescape, the first thing I do is decide on the color palette. I choose one main color and then add in complementary colors.
- Choose a primary color
- Decide on accent colors
- Create a centerpiece
- Layer place settings
- Add Easter accent pieces
Since I already had the silver chargers on hand, that’s what I started with. I layered a dollar store white plate with another dollar store green plate for each setting. The striped pastel colored napkins were recent finds at Home Goods. The floral designed napkin rings are great for spring time.
I painted a set of thrift store coasters using Home Decor Chalk Paint. I added a flourish sticker to each one and then sprayed them with MinWax Polycrylic Sealer. Each place setting has one of the egg party favors that I shared last week.
To match the small dessert plate, I’m using Iris Herringbone glasses for each setting. I’m sure if you’re a Target shopper like I am, you recognize the ceramic lime from Bullseye’s Playground.
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Simple and Casual Easter Tablescape