Simple Easter Table Setting
We are having a nice gathering around the table with a sweet and simple Easter brunch table setting this year. I’m looking forward to it just being my immediate family.
Everyone dressed up; kids are wearing their new Easter outfits. My little girl in her pretty dress and my son in his adorable dress shirt and pants. They are SO cute!
I love Easter and the pastel colors associated with it. I think it brings a fresh feeling to the time of year. For my Easter Brunch table setting, I wanted to do something simple and sweet. I decided on soft pink, white, and tan color scheme. Light pink is such a sweet color, isn’t it?
I knew I wanted to break up the white tablecloth and white plates with a little color. So I decided to make easy no-sew burlap placemats. They are SO easy to make that I made a table runner at the same time. I know I will use it on a future tablescape.
I felt that the center of the table needed a little of the tan color to connect to the placemats, so I used a wide burlap ribbon down the middle and cut it to the same length as the tablecloth. Super easy!
To add the soft pink I wanted in the table setting, I painted used glass bottles. Check out my DIY project for how easy they are to make. I also used light pink ribbon to tie the ears of my bunny napkins and on my easy burlap vase.
I love the bunny napkins! To achieve the look, I folded my napkins in half lengthwise, and in half again, and then in half for a third time. Then I folded the napkin up, to match the ends. I placed a wooden egg (which I found at the local craft store) in the middle and tied it just above the egg. Fanning out the “ears” really completed the bunny look.
Since I had the burlap ribbon going down the length of my Easter brunch table, I decided to line my vases down it, too. Going from shortest on the ends, to tallest in the middle. I really like the symmetry of the colors on both sides. Since my theme was keeping it simple, I kept the flowers simple too. With pink carnations and white baby’s breath, and just a few stems in each vase.
I love how sweet and simple my Easter brunch table setting turned out.