Neutral Easter Tablescape Setting Details – Kristy Mastrandonas – At Home With Kristy
Can you believe that the first day of Spring is just around the corner? Me neither! Easter is soon after, so I thought I’d share my Neutral Easter Tablescape that I created a couple of years ago.
I’ll be sharing this year’s Spring and Easter decor soon, so stay tuned!
There’s Just Something About A Pretty Plate Stack
I love a pretty plate stack, don’t you? Every time I’m creating a new tablescape I like to gather all of my table place setting decor items and play with them before I actually place them on the table…sort of like a trial run, if you will. I don’t always take a photo of the trial run setup, but this view was too pretty to pass up.
In the trial run photo below, you can see that I used wood plate chargers, my everyday white dinnerware, miniature boxwood wreaths with a darling sheer ribbon and bow, and adorable little bunny napkin ring holders.
Sweet & Simple Neutral Table Decor with Easter Centerpiece
For this neutral Easter table centerpiece I wanted to keep things sweet & simple, but I also wanted some WOW, too…because sometimes, I can be a little extra like that, lol!
The wow factor for this centerpiece is definitely the white floral stems. I’m not exactly sure what these are, but they remind me of the white floral blooms we see on Bradford Pear trees here in Texas. I just love how they look like they’re swaying in the wind.
I also used my small collection of pewter rabbits, wooden cake stands, a neutral table runner with lace runner, and colored Easter eggs as part of the centerpiece.
Last year, for my French Country Cottage Easter Table I decoupage the eggs. You can see how I did that here.
Sweet & Simple Neutral Easter Table Place Setting Decor Details
Below are the table place setting details. While each place setting has a few layers to it, it’s still relatively simple.
Neutral Easter Table Place Setting Close UP
Even pretty place settings deserve a close up! I love those adorable bunny napkin holders! And how about those black & white dot plates for a little pop?
Kitchen Island Easter Decor
One of my favorite places to add seasonal decor to is my kitchen island. I keep this long wooden tray on my island year round and change out the decor per season.
When I saw the cute sign and those little gnome bunnies I just had to have them! This sign tells all for a couple of reason: (1) I do adore pretty things; and (2) my husband always has some witty words to share, which most of the time are sarcastic in nature. His dry sense of humor and wit cracks me up on the daily!
I made these miniature topiary trees last year, but have yet to do a blog post on how I made them. It’s coming soon though, I promise!
Well, that about wraps it up for now! I hope you love this Sweet & Simple Neutral Easter Table as much as I do!
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Oh Kristy, this is absolutely stunning! Can you please teach me how to decorate so beautifully? I love how elegant it is, as well as interesting! Perfection!
Awe, you’re so sweet, Crystal! Thank you so very much for your kind words! You do a fabulous job at decorating your gorgeous home!
I am obsessed with the boxwood wreaths on the table! So pretty and so versatile to use all year long. Your Easter tablescape is gorgeous!
Thank you so much, Brooke! I agree, boxwood wreaths are so versatile to use anytime of the year…one of my favorite things about them!
So pretty! Love a sweet tablescape. Perfect for spring.
Thank you so much for your sweet words, Renae! And thanks so much for stopping by!
I always love your tablescapes because I envision myself sitting on your black and white check bench! Everything is beautiful, Kristy! Looks like you are ready for Easter!
Thank you so much for your sweet words, Missy! It’s always fun creating tablescapes, especially for holiday tables!
Your table is beautiful Kristy! There is something about simplicity and white that is so charming. !
Thank you so much, Wendy! I’m so happy you like its charming look and feel!