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Easter Table Setting Ideas

Easter Table Setting Ideas | Fun, easy and budget friendly! | onsuttonplace.comWhenever I set the table in our dining room, I feel as though a band should start playing or a choir should start singing. Why? Because sadly, we hardly ever use it. I can count on one hand the number of times we eat in there per year. That said, there is nothing I love more than putting together a welcoming yet simple tablescape. That’s what I’m sharing today along with some tips and sources. These Easter table setting ideas use seasonal items but the basic concepts can be used year round. A source list can be found at the end of the post.

Easter Table Setting Ideas | Fun, easy and budget friendly! | onsuttonplace.comThe easiest place for me to start is with the fabric and flowers. Once I have those in place the rest seems to be easier. I started with my yellow buffalo check runner and added blue ball jars with yellow tulips. For spring, I don’t think you can get a fresher look than combining blue and yellow. Actually, any pastels would be lovely.

Easter Table Setting Ideas | Fun, easy and budget friendly! | onsuttonplace.comIt literally took me 10 minutes to trim the tulips and set them in the jars. It was easy and absolutely anyone can do this. You don’t need vintage jars…any sort of jar will work. If you use clear jars, tying a ribbon around the neck can add the perfect pop of color. Next, I turned to the place settings. I love to layer and I think it’s essential for a pretty table. You don’t need five or six layers…just a few can totally make the same statement.

Easter Table Setting Ideas | Fun, easy and budget friendly! | onsuttonplace.comI didn’t use a placemat because I love the way the white charger pops off the wood table. The chargers have felt circles on the bottom so they don’t scratch my table. White plates, patterned salad plates, vintage napkins and cute place card baskets finish everything off.

Easter Table Setting Ideas | Fun, easy and budget friendly! | onsuttonplace.comI had the little baskets from a few years ago and filled them with blue eggs. I made the name cards on my computer, printed them on cardstock and cut them out. If you choose a pretty, script font your guests will think that you hand wrote them yourself!

Easter Table Setting Ideas | Fun, easy and budget friendly! | onsuttonplace.comI didn’t have a real centerpiece but to add some height I used a cake plate for a bunny nest. I layered a clump of greenery, eggs, carrots and bunnies.

Easter Table Setting Ideas | Fun, easy and budget friendly! | onsuttonplace.comSo…when you are getting ready to set your next table just remember these simple things: fabric and flowers first, layer the table settings and then add the finishing, seasonal touches. Use what you have and add a handmade touch if you can.

Easter Table Setting Ideas | Fun, easy and budget friendly! | onsuttonplace.comSources:
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Wood chargers
White plates (not exactly the same but very close)
Cake plate
Bunnies
Carrot bunches
Blue speckled eggs

I could not find any ceramic baskets but these would work well:

Small berry baskets
Mini buckets

Place card font: Contribute

Napkins – vintage
Table Runner fabric – Country Curtains

Easter Tablescape 2013

Have a lovely day and a beautiful week!

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  3. Ann, Your table decor is just beautiful! Happy Easter to you and your family.

  4. What an absolutely lovely table setting Ann!! You always create tablescapes that are elegant and special and yet simple too so that anyone can do it. LOVE this one!!

  5. Shirley@housepitality designs says:

    Such a gorgeous table l Ann….love the bunnies on the cake stand….they seem to be overlooking the table with the utmost approval…

  6. Tracy@bluridgevintage.com says:

    Very beautiful and easy table setting. I love it!! The touches of the simple things such as a runner, robin style eggs, and bunnies. Daffodils in the Mason jars are such a fantastic addition to this setting. Beautiful!!!!.

  7. I love this, Ann! I agree with you on the mix of blue and yellow. and daffodils have such a sweet country look, a Mason jar is perfect! Love the bunnies and carrots, too. Pier 1 is simply wonderful for spring and summer decor.

    Jane xx

  8. Linda M Powers says:

    The blue mason jars look awesome against your yellow check runner! I also love your chargers, they are unique! I was wondering where you got them? Thanks for the inspiration and have a blessed Easter surrounded by the warmth of your family.

  9. Dorothy-Anne Pelkey says:

    Very nice. Special for dear family and friends to enjoy, and to know somebody loves them a lot!

  10. Marlene Stephenson says:

    I like it, just the right amount of decor for a pretty table. Thanks Anne.

  11. Simply beautiful! I love the Mason jar blue and spring yellow mix. And the little white baskets of eggs are adorable. Thanks for the inspiration!

  12. Jane @ Cottage at the Crossroads says:

    Ann, my sister-in-law and I were talking about you at lunch today! No matter what you do or how simple it is, it is always gorgeous! And you just have a way of displaying bunnies so that they are as cute as can be! Don’t be surprised to see a parade of Ball jars on my table soon!

  13. Since these are my first experiences with Pinterest and the different bloggers I was amazed and so pleased you wrote and told me how to access this particular blog. I loved the blue and yellow themes. Looked so fresh and springy. Anne, you surely are a wonderful designer and keep everything within a budget most all of us can handle. Thanks for the great suggestions.

  14. I am using chargers or beautiful round, scalloped fabric placemats. We are the same in that we don’t use the dining room table, but I still set it and “play house” with all the china and seasonal decorations. One of these days, we’ll use it on a regular basis, I hope.

  15. Kathleen G says:

    Springful of Easterly goodness! Kathleen in Az

  16. Just beautiful Ann, I love the blue and yellow!

  17. debbiedoos says:

    What a gorgeous table scape Ann! I love the tags and little baskets. Of course the tulip in mason jars are beautiful too!

  18. Maria Izabel Goncalves says:

    So beautiful, Ann. We are on the first days of Fall, here in Brazil, but you just brought us some Spring feelings. Have a nice Sunday! ;)

  19. Lovely! Inspired! Thank you! Happy Spring!

  20. Your tablescape shouts out “Spring in full bloom.” Beautiful vintage glasses and a fabulous Sunday print.

  21. I love your table, it’s adorable!
    I really like the idea of of the yellow check runner.
    Happy Spring! Happy Easter!

  22. Ann, you made a beautiful Easter table. Love the directions.

  23. Ann, you made a beautiful Easter table. Thank you for the specific directions. I love your blog.

  24. Looks terrific! Thanks for the sources! Happy spring!

  25. Nana Diana says:

    That is so pretty, Ann! I love the pop of yellow and turquoise for Spring. Your seat fabric is FABULOUS, too. I just love it!

    I hear you- our dining room is one of our prettiest rooms and we don’t use it nearly enough.

    Have a wonderful Sunday- xo Diana

  26. It’s so pretty Ann, I love the pops of color and the eggs in the basket are adorable. Like you we never use our dining room, it’s a spot I would like to turn into something else.

  27. Yvonne @ StoneGable says:

    Ann, what a beautiful Easter table. The tulips in a row down the center of your table is breathtaking. As is the gorgeous table runner! LOVE this table! Pinning and featuring your table today on fb! Happy Sunday! xo

  28. Your tablescape is so simple, but yet so elegant. I LOVE that your dining room suite has been left in the classic dark wood. Your family will certainly enjoy dinner at that table.