Natural Easter Table Setting using muted pastels and lots of texture makes for a cozy table to celebrate at!
With Easter not that far away, I thought it may be fun to set a pretty, natural Easter table setting. Because setting a pretty table is one of my favorite things to do, don't ya know! I used some fairly new pieces and a few things from last year's spring table to create an entirely new look for this year.
Our dining room was designed to be neutral on purpose, just so I could play around with colors in the changing seasons.
But even when I switch out colors, I tend to stick to muted or natural tones.
Case in point is the pale pink trellis runner, moss bunnies and rocks, turned-wood candlesticks and our regular everyday utensil caddy.
All filled out with *cough* faux *cough* flowers for that extra pretty factor.
Each place setting is made up of more neutrals and a bit of color from paisley Ralph Lauren Napkins, pale green plates and aqua bowls.
Inside each bowl was placed a moss ‘rock' and a small canvas treat bag (that you could fill with anything) embellished with “He is risen, Indeed” in gold Sharpie.
Because He has risen, you know!
Get the Look – Natural Easter Table Setting
We've linked either the exact item or something very similar if the version we have is out of stock below, so you can get this same look for your home this spring too!
- Turned wood candlesticks
- Rattan chargers
- White dishes
- Faux florals
- Treat bags
- Gold Sharpie
- Faux moss bunnies
- Utensil caddy
- Napkin Rings
- Green plates
- Aqua bowls
Do you give little treats at Easter? Do you set a special table? What are your favorite tabletop accessories?
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