Easter Table Ideas & Inspiration Part 1

Spring is in the air….Don’t you just love adding fresh, pretty touches to your home after a long dreary winter? If you’ve followed me for a while, you’ll know how much I love to share tablescape inspiration. Along with Thanksgiving and Christmas, Easter is one of those holidays where family’s tend to gather for a special meal. So, to give you a variety of inspiration, I’m sharing a two-part post series with several ideas for any style whether you are looking for something casual or formal….


Black & White Garden Casual Table

This first table is more casual and clean lined. Using black and white for Easter isn’t usually a traditional look, but I love how pretty spring greenery looks with the neutral palette of black and white. The check patterns give the look a more casual feel too.
For the centerpiece, I used a neutral runner down the center with some texture to it. Then I stacked some fun fabric colored books from Elements by. I love using the patterns and mix of colors to add height and unexpected look to the table. Then, I placed some neutral bunnies on the books and surrounded the whole arrangement with some pretty greenery. I love this particular style because it is wired, so you can maneuver the pieces in place how you want them. Then I added a few wooden eggs to give the easter feel and tie into the place settings.
For the place settings, I started with a black charger, then placed a square creme colored melamine plate on top. What makes this different is the square plate on the round charger, it’s just an unexpected match. I then layered this sweet linen napkin with the check bunny applique and placed the salad plate on top. To finish it off, I added this sweet little mini boxwood wreath and nestled a wooden egg inside.
This is perfect for a casual setting and can even be used outside with the melamine dishes. If you wanted to add more color, you could switch out the wooden eggs for a colored version.

Crisp White Easter Traditional Table

The next table is a little more of a traditional Easter look. By keeping things still a bit neutral and adding crisp white, spring greens and pretty tulips tucked in pretty white pitchers are just the right touch. I also placed a sweet little white bunny next to the birdcage.
For the centerpiece, I stayed with the same neutral runner and then added a sweet birdcage with some greenery, a nest and little eggs tucked inside. Just a few pretty white pitchers or vases with simple tulips (faux or real) give the festive touch to the whole look.
I love the simplicity and how the crisp white and spring green look so fresh.
the place settings, I started with a ruffled burlap place mat and placed a scalloped white and gold vintage looking charger and my everyday dinner plate. If you wanted it a bit more formal, you could use a fine china plate. Next, I laid a neutral linen napkin and a bird nest with a little white egg & one single(faux) tulip.

Neutral & Blues Bunny Table

This third table is another more traditional table with neutrals and a pop of fresh soft blue. The idea for this table came from the bunny accent plate. there are so many fun bunny themed plates available and they are the perfect set up to give your table the backdrop and color ideas.
The centerpiece started with the same basic table runner. In the center, I placed a cake plate with a bunny to tie in with the bunnies on the salad plate. Then i lined up a variety of wooden candle sticks to give height and texture to the look. To bring in the color, I clustered a variety of soft blue and creme faux hydrangea around the candle sticks to coordinate with the salad plates as well.
On this place setting, I worked with several layers to give lots of texture and character. I started with a ruffled burlap place mat and then a burlap charger on top. Next I used our every day dinner plates. To create a more formal look, you could use a nicer china. The star of the whole look is the pretty, colorful salad plate. You could use any Eater scene plate with color and then take the colors from that plate to finish the look. Any flowers you like and colors that are your favorite.
The other fun touch is the blue linen napkin folded like little bunny ears and then a wooden egg tucked in. Fold your napkin into a square and then fold one corner to meet the other to form a triangle. Then tightly roll up from the tip of the triangle. Grab the two ends together and tie leaving some space to create the “ears”. Then, place your egg into the opening.
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I hope you enjoyed part one of table setting ideas for Easter and were able to get some inspiration for your own table. Come back next week for part 2 with 3 more fun table ideas for your Easter dinner. Feel free to pin your favorites and share this with a friend or two. I love feedback and answering any questions, so please leave your comments below.
I so appreciate your visit and hope you’ll come back often. For some spring decor ideas you can visit this post Spring Decor Ideas For Your Home and if you need a pretty ideas for your front door, check out this fun spring hanging basket DIY post How To Create A Simple Spring Arrangement For Your Front Door. I’ve also shared a super easy DIY on how to make a faux cherry blossom branch- super easy and basically free How To Make Faux Spring Cherry Blossom Branches



April 2, 2019

  1. Lindsay says:

    Honey, you are one talented lady! Love all your ideas. Where do you stash all your goodies when not in use? I have a walk in closet with floor to ceiling shelving and lots of storage in my kitchen, but something tells me you need more…lol!!

    • txbittons@verizon.net says:

      Hi Lindsay,
      Ha, surprisingly I don’t have a ton of storage but I can fit most of it in my china hutch and I also have a buffet that holds all my chargers. The seasonal items are packed away with the seasons boxes. The general items such as wreaths and such are stored in a craft closet. Thanks for your kind feedback I really appreciate it. I’m so glad you are here and I hope you’ll come back often !

  2. Pattie says:

    I’m not sure how I discovered your blog, but I am so glad that I did! Everything here is so lovely. I have spent the past hour and a half reading through many of your posts. I love all of your Easter ideas, and will be employing some of them in my table this year. Having recently suffered a loss, I won’t be celebrating, but I will be enjoying a pretty table all to myself.

  3. Dawn says:

    I want you white plates and chargers. Can you tell me about them ?

  4. Mszig says:

    They are all so pretty. I’d love to know where you purchased some of the items.

    • txbittons@verizon.net says:


      I usually try to give sources to some products on the posts if I have them and if they are still available. Which items are you interested in?


  5. Vicki Little says:

    Please, can you tell me where you found the adorable bunny salad plates? Your table settings are awesome!


    • txbittons@verizon.net says:

      Hi Vicki,

      The colorful plates were from Pottery Barn and the black and white were from Pier 1 Imports last spring. I believe Pier 1 has a few styles very similar this year. Sorry I don’t have a better source since they are a little older.

      APpreciate your feedback and thanks for following along.

      Stay Healthy,

      Deborah xoxo

  6. Diane says:

    Where did you get the wired greenery shown with the bunnies?

    • txbittons@verizon.net says:

      Hi Diane,

      I got the greenery from a store called Paul Michael company. they do have a website. I don’t have a link to it sorry. It might not be available anymore.

      Thanks for following along…
      Stay Well


  7. Tammy Thompson says:

    Hi Deborah,
    You have such a beautiful, classic style. Thank you for sharing your talent. Can you please tell me where to get the black candle holders with clear fluted glass?

    • txbittons@verizon.net says:

      Hi Tammy,
      That is so kind of you to say thank you. Unfortunately those candle holders I’ve had for several years. They were from Pottery Barn but they no longer carry them. I keep searching for similar items and if I find them I always try to link them to the post.
      Thanks for following along too,


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