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A Spring Tablescape Perfect for Easter
Hey everyone! I’m here today with another home decor post. Spring has just barely arrived, and now Easter is less than two weeks away! As I’ve said before, I love home decorating just as much as I do fashion. I especially love decorating my home for the different holidays, and Easter is no exception. Easter has always been a time for us to celebrate family. The kids love getting their Easter baskets, but I love hosting Easter dinner with the grandparents, siblings, and nieces and nephews. So today I wanted to show you our Easter tablescape. What is nice about this tablescape is that it isn’t just for Easter, but would work for any spring special occasion.
Juliska Berry and Thread Collection
Creating an Easter tablescape is one of my favorite things to do in the springtime. I love using light and airy pastel colors, as these colors remind me so much of the spring season. And patterning with Juliska makes creating a beautiful Easter tablescape so much fun! Juliska’s classic Berry and Thread Dinnerware collection is the foundation for this tablescape (and it is 25% off right now!). This has to be my favorite collection from Juliska (see where I first posted about them here). These dishes have a casual elegance to them that makes them unique. And I love that these dishes are suitable enough for everyday use, yet when you want to create a special tablescape, they pair well with any other pieces that Juliska creates.
What would a spring tablescape be without fresh flowers? I picked up these flowers at Costco, and I placed them in this Crate and Barrel vase (that is actually a candleholder).
To give this tablescape and Easter theme, I used this shredded easter grass framed around the two vases. And these alabaster eggs look perfect nested inside the grass. Such a fun and whimsical look for spring!
Juliska Floretta Collection
The Floretta Collection is Juliska’s newest spring collection. This collection takes its inspiration from the European countryside by incorporating colorful lush florals into the design. These dishes remind me of what you would use to enjoy a proper English tea. I love the soft floral designs with the elegant scalloped trim painted blue. The tidbit plates seen here are perfect for small hors d’oeuvres or dessert treats.
I love how each tidbit plate is unique. And these Juliska placemats are the perfect accent for our spring tablescape.
How adorable are these bunny salt and pepper shakers? They are so perfect for our Easter themed tablescape.
To stay true to the pastel colors in this tablescape I used these vintage rose glasses from France. I found them on Etsy. The description says they are from the 1960’s but honestly these glasses look brand new to me, and they are better than anything I could find available new now.
I hope today’s post inspires you to create a beautiful tablescape for Easter and beyond.. I’d love to help you with ideas for your table so please feel free to leave a comment below. I always love to get your emails too!
xo | April
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