Sweet & Simple Easter Tablescape

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So this year we aren’t hosting anyone for Easter, but there is no way that I could leave my table sad and un-decorated especially since it’s the first room you see when you walk into our house.  However, I did scale it back a bit from what I have done in the past, but I kind of like the simplicity.  I used a few things that I pulled out of my Easter decor box and it just kind of came together.

The centerpiece is simple with blue hydrangea and aster in a vase inside a large apothecary jar with little bird egg vase fillers.  You are no stranger to my table runner, which seems to make an appearance year-round, but it is so versatile that it is hard to use anything else.

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I would say that when it comes to buying dishes, chargers, glassware and any serving piece, that I have a small problem (and my husband and overfilled cabinets would likely agree), but it sure is fun to pull it out to put a table together.  My latest favorite chargers are these gold leaf chargers that I picked up on clearance at Pottery Barn.  They’re just a change from the usual round chargers.

This gold and silver flatware is also one of my favorite new additions.  When we visited my in-laws back in January, we had a delayed Christmas gift exchange because we weren’t able to make it in December due to our move.  My mother-in-law handed me this really heavy wrapped box.  When I opened it up I saw that it was a flatware box and inside was this beautiful set.  She told me that it had belonged to Drew’s grandmother and that she had read on my blog how much I wanted a set of gold flatware.  I am so honored to have it now and hope I can do it justice! easter2015a

Last year on a holiday clearance sale after Easter at Pottery Barn Kids, I ordered these chair covers for the boys.  They have precious little pockets in the back where I could put crayons or paper or maybe even treats could be left from the Easter bunny.  I usually put together a kids’ table, but since we aren’t hosting this year, I included them at the “big people” table.  The pockets do come in handy to keep the kid stuff off the table if having everyone all at one table.  For lots of other Easter table ideas, check out this round-up of all my Easter tables in years’ past.

I hope everyone has a wonderful Easter with friends, family and celebrating the resurrection of our Lord and Savior.  Happy Easter!

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 Baker’s Easter basket is ready for a visit from Mr. Bunny!

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