Thursday, March 5, 2020

Easter Tablescape

This post is created in partnership with Christmas Tree Shops andThat!, a brand I love. All opinions are my own.

With the early arrival of warm weather this year, my mind is already on all things spring. I've been daydreaming about planting a new garden, enjoying loads of sunshine, and best of all, celebrating Easter! Today on the blog, I will be sharing our simple and festive Easter table and decor in the dining room. 

You guys know I absolutely love decorating for every season and holiday, so I was beyond excited to team up with Christmas Tree Shops andThat! to give our dining room an Easter makeover! If you've never visited a Christmas Tree Shops location, what are you waiting for? For every season, and every reason - they've got you covered y'all! With an ever-changing assortment of products, every trip is like a treasure hunt, and who doesn't love that?!


The store was brimming with the cutest Easter goodies and decor;  egg laden wreaths, rabbit adorned dinnerware and festive figurines were catching my eye at every turn! After way too many bunnies hopped into my cart, I headed home and got started decorating with my new spring goodies.

This year, I decided to go with a muted color palette for Easter by incorporating shades of cream, baby pink, light blue and yellow. A few sweet little bunnies had to make an appearance of course, as well as touches of greenery and speckled eggs to breathe life into the space.

For table settings, I simply couldn't resist these floral bunny plates, wooden bunny napkin rings, eyelet napkins and milkglass-esque goblets. I mean, how cute are they! 

For the centerpiece I used a doughbowl that I already had in storage, and filled it with a gorgeous floral candleholder and eggs I had picked up at Christmas Tree Shops. This was a really affordable option that adds a fun pop of color, and is even pretty at night when the candle is lit!

On my tiered tray, I added this adorable wooden bunny sign, glass bunny figurines and a lively succulent, along with a few wood pieces I already owned. I also attached this lush spring greenery wreath from Christmas Tree Shops' stunning 'Petal and Stone' line to our antique window.

I hope you enjoyed this peek at our Easter table and dining room. Be sure to check out Christmas Tree Shops andThat! for more fun seasonal finds, and share this post with your spring lovin' friends! 

Happy Easter,