Simple Easter Tablescapes I Absolutely Adore

Easter Sunday is a time for gathering with friends and family, rejoicing, and sharing – and it’s even better when you can do it all over an inviting, relaxing, and stunning tablescape as you enjoy your Easter meal!

I personally love simple Easter tablescapes with traditional pastels, welcoming accents, and natural textures, like woods, cloths, and florals, but sometimes, bright and vivid tablescapes catch my eye too (go peek at the one I found below – it’s beautiful!).

These Easter tablescape ideas could spark your creativity this year, helping you set the mood for a laid-back, family-friendly gathering with your loved ones. I also have some recommendations of stuff to shop for to recreate these looks in your home!

My Favorite Simple Easter Tablescapes

This Woodland-Themed Easter Tablescape posted on Country Living looks like it’s straight out of a magazine, but it’s something you can create at home for a pretty-meets-rustic look. Love the gold hardware, the neutral theme, the wood chargers…Perfection!

Recreate the look: Hand-carved wood plates | Light pink linen napkins | Wine glasses

Kris over at Driven By Decor posted this ridiculously gorgeous tablescape that looks upscale, but it’s actually pretty laid-back. Love the simplicity and practicality of this. There is detail (the place card is actually an edible chocolate bunny with an initial and pink ribbon tied to it!) and it’s beautiful but still relaxed and comfortable. Love the tulips and all the hints of pink and green.

Recreate the look: Champagne flutes | Striped table runner | Woven placemats

This is alllllll me. The neutrals, the textures, the gold…Yep, I’m in love! This beauty comes from Living with Landyn.

Recreate the look: Floral table wreaths | Bamboo oval placemats | Gold silverware

This tablescape posted on Better Homes & Gardens is obviously different from the others, but I love these bolder, not-so-traditional-pastel colors. Totally digging the textures here too (the textured placemat, the metallic egg, the linen napkin and the wood on the flatware handles).

Recreate the look: Floral plates | Wood-handled silverware | Round orange placemats

This Easter Brunch Tablescape by Emily Henderson has me all ???! This one is all about contrast – the hard metal and marble contrasts so beautifully with the fluff of the flower petals and the linen napkin and the softer colors. Plus the darker shades contrasted with pastels – perfect!

Recreate the look: Mint linen napkins | Floral centerpiece | Gold-rimmed plates

This tablescape posted on Life with Mar is so lovely. I adore the little nests on each plate and all the blue accents on wood tones. It’s a unique take on a traditional pastel Easter table and I think it’s precious.

Recreate the look: Floral napkin rings | Chambray table runner | Ice blue plates

What does your Easter tablescape usually look like? Do you have a dream one in mind? Which one of the above simple Easter tablescapes is your favorite? I’d love to know your thoughts, so be sure to drop them down below in the comments!

April 18, 2019

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