Easter Table Ideas 2020
Has everyone been enjoying their time away from the office or are you getting stir crazy? Life really hasn’t changed for us except that Thomas’ travel has been cancelled through May! We are loving life at home together; he in his office and me in mine being productive. We get to meet (in the kitchen) for lunch every day and dinner is exactly 5:00 :-). The dogs are getting walked twice a day instead of once and we are practicing our social distancing! I realized today that Easter is Sunday, April 12th! I excitedly got out all of my good china and ceramic bunnies and put together a beautiful Easter table that I hope you enjoy! Us bloggers have to stay ahead of the holiday schedule to give you inspiration and ideas for you to use! Who knows where everyone will be eating but I know one thing…our table at the Domitrovich’s will be set in beautiful pastel colors for sure! I’ve got a ham in the freezer that I can bake should we have to cancel our brunch reservations!
Without further a due, here is my Easter table to help bright your day! We all need some brightness right now and I hope this helps motivate you. Next week, we will be talking about doggie love (I’ve got some great pictures of Jake outside to use next week with my posts) and homemade chocolate cake! Thomas’ birthday is Sunday and I’m trying his mother’s chocolate cake recipe for the first time! I even developed my very own chocolate icing to go with it! Wish me luck and help wish Thomas a happy birthday!!!
Pastels, Bunnies, and Spectrums of Light!
What I loved about taking these pictures was that the sun kept fading in and out reflecting over the table as I moved around it. In seconds, I would get full light and it would quickly fade leaving shadows. It was fun taking these pictures and trying to capture the quick changes in lighting.
Single stem silk flowers from Hobby Lobby
I bought 4 single stem silk flowers from Hobby Lobby and cut off the stem leaving about 4 inches to work with. I took a cloth napkin and wrapped the stem around the napkin to create this look. Tip: If you can’t find napkin holders or holders that you like, buy flowers, beads, or greenery to use to wrap around your napkins.
The china on this table was a gift from my parents 🙂
My mother saved up to get me and my sister a complete set of china for when we got married. It is now being displayed in my dining room china cabinet for everyone to see.
Here is a breakdown of where I got everything. I hope you enjoyed this post and can use it for inspiration for years to come.
China and silverware – gift from my parents. Tip: These dishes are versatile and can go with different patterns for different holidays. For example: Create a table for Mother’s Day and combine shades of green to compliment the green leaves in the plate. If you love flowers, use a flower tablecloth but keep your napkins and other pieces more neutral. A candle in the middle will add an elegant touch. Don’t ever be afraid to mix and match. That is why I have so much fun at Home Goods. You never know what you are going to find!
Silk flowers – Hobby Lobby on sale 50% off!
Table runner – A gift from my mother. Tip: Don’t be afraid to add layers on a table. I used a runner and placemats.
Ceramic bunnies, fake eggs, bunny tray, napkins, placemats, salt and pepper shakers, wine glasses, and flower bowls – Home Goods Store on 3 different trips!
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