I know, most people think of pastels and color galore when creating Easter tables and decor. I wanted to try something different and out of the box and try a look that would go with our decor. I love all things neutral and this fun table turned out so cute. Of course you can use this concept and add a pop of color. Here’s how I put his look together.
I started with a pretty basic black and white and put together texture and pattern with pops of green to soften the look and make it feel light and airy, just like Spring.
For the centerpieceI used my cute bunny bowl. I have a post with all the details on how you can make your own too. All the festive greenery gives the table a more organic vibe too. Then I flanked the centerpiece with my everyday black candlesticks and battery candles for ambiance.
For the Place settings I started with these cute boxwood placemats to give texture and that springy pop of green. Next I added these sweet scalloped chargers. Then, for that pop of black our everyday dinner plates. To give that Easter vibe I layered on the cutest bunny napkins and accent plates.
I have a tutorial on how to create the plates here How To Make Simple And Adorable Easter Bunny Napkins, and there are a few more ideas for napkins here Cute Napkin Ideas For Your Easter Table. I found the placemats, chargers and accent plates at Hobby Lobby.
Finally I added these adorable egg cups I found in the dollar spot and my DIY marble eggs, tutorial here How To Make Marbled Eggs
So, did I convince you that a neutral Easter table doesn’t look so bad? If not, you can always add a pretty pop of your favorite color to brighten things up a bit. Here are a few more Easter table ideas too Festive Easter Table Inspiration, Easter Table Inspiration With A Matching Dessert
Do you have a referral link for the black everyday candle sticks w/hurricane glass globes?
I’m absolutely loving them but can’t find them anywhere online.
Unfortunately I can’t give you a link. I got them from Pottery Barn about 20 years ago believe it or not! They are succh classics but I’ haven’t been able to find any like them since, sorry