Hey y’all !! Are you ready for part 2 of Easter table ideas and inspiration? Hopefully you saw part one, but if not you can read it here Easter Table Ideas & Inspiration Part 1
Ok so here we go, and after you check them all out, I’d love to hear which one is your favorite.
Black & White & Check All Over
For this table, I just had fun mixing some sweet black and white check patterns, and popped in a sweet faux tulip to add some greenery and little touch of nature.
On the place settings, I started with a check Charger &added our every day dinner plate. Then to separate the sweet bunny salad plate, I place a neutral linen napkin with this check applique.
For the centerpiece I used a black and white plaid runner, a black lantern that I filled with moss and a white cake plate with a sweet bunny on top. To coordinate the check I added a gingham bow to the bunny. Then I finished off with some white and black speckled eggs.
To add a bit more check, I tied the same gingham ribbon around the flatware and placed them at the head of each place setting. I loved the fun touch the mini vases with one single tulip added as the final touch.
Simple But Sweet Casual Easter
This table has a similar look to the previous but I went a little bolder with the place settings and simplified the centerpiece.
The centerpiece is a boxwood wreath placed in the middle of the table. Then I added a cake plate to add height and of course topped it off with a simple bunny. Then I tucked some white speckled eggs in the wreath.
For the place settings I started with a large buffalo check charger, placed the dinner plate on top. I then used a mini wreath as a napkin ring for these buffalo check napkins and finished it off with a white Easter egg….Easy peasy for a casual simple dinner. Or it’s also a perfect look for breakfast, then can be dressed up more for Easter dinner.
Peter Rabbit Garden Inspired Table
This table has a whimsical feel that would be fun for kids (or kids at heart). I started with my basic creme runner, then added galvanized cake plates in two different heights and place concrete bunnies on top. I surrounded them with moss and scattered neutral colored mini Easter eggs.
At each place setting, I set a mini olive bucket with faux grass inside and tucked in a white Easter egg.
For the place settings I started with a galvanized charger, the dinner plate and then placed a gray linen napkin between the dinner and salad plates. I had to use these sweet etched bunny plates again but for a fun little whimsical touch, I added mini carrots ( I found them in the scrapbook section at Michael’s.
I hope you enjoyed both parts of the Eater table ideas and found something that inspired you for your own table. Any of these tables can be interchanged and the more neutral tables can have pops of color such as yellow or soft pink to give that springtime feel.
So which one is your favorite? I’d love to hear your thoughts and feel free to pin any or all of these images. Thanks for following along and I wish you a very blessed Easter dinner.