Want to set a whimsical Easter table but want to keep the bunnies and chicks to a minimum? Here’s how to use vibrant florals in your Easter Table Decorations for a sweet, enchanting table.

Easter Table Decorations

Styling tablescapes throughout the year have become something I look forward to. Tablescapes are simple to put together, you can typically use what you have around the house, and I love how they help to immerse me in the holidays. There might be snow outside but inside; it’s all Easter! A few times a year I join  Chloe from Celebrate & Decorate for a Blog Hop where we all share our latest themed tablescape, and it’s time for our Spring Tablescape Blog Hop!


I’ve set a pastel Easter table setting, with vibrant tones,  to give you inspiration for your own Easter celebration. A little unusual for me, I stayed pretty traditional to Easter with the table setting but added a modern accent with the floral chandelier wreath full of color and romantic style.


Easter Table Decorations - breakfast room

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Although we usually have holiday meals in our dining room, Easter is typically more of a brunch for us – our breakfast area is lovely for that, with all kinds of natural light!


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Easter Table Decorations - floral closeup

Easter Table Decorations - chandelier wreath

The pendant light above our table is precisely right for this look, with its graceful arms and I love how the wreath sits just below the shade, letting a little light peek out between, highlighting the blooms.
Spring to me is all about color as everything comes alive – reds, blues, corals, yellows, and pinks all blend with teardrop greenery.

The floral wreath is such an easy project that makes a huge impact! The floral wreath is such an easy project that makes a huge impact to any setting.  Click HERE for instructions on how to make your own.


Easter Table Decorations - centerpiece

Because of the grandiose nature of the wreath above the table, I kept the centerpiece simple. A paper mache bunny of white with a gold nose is surrounded by fresh blooms from my garden and a myriad of decorated eggs – some ornate, some simple.


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I went with a natural table and a buffalo check table runner made from my napkin stash. I love how the blue adds a punch of color to the otherwise simple table covering and highlights the blues in the floral wreath.


The settings are kept simple to not take away from the real stars of the table – the flowers.

Easter Table Decorations - Setting
You may recognize my DIY Painted-Pink dinner plates from our Christmas table. I’m still madly in love with them and have found them surprisingly versatile. Of course, in writing this I’ve realized that I’ve yet to share a tutorial on how I made them – I’m on it!

Simple white salad plates crown the pink dinnerware.

Easter Table Decorations - eye level

Tissue paper Egg Stands and decorative eggs are lovely for place markers. Get the tutorial here.


Easter Table Decorations - place marker


Royal blue napkins and vintage handkerchiefs tied with a tulle bow accented with a pretty butterfly clip complete the setting.


Easter Table Decorations - napkins


We haven’t decided what we’ll be serving for brunch, but it will include refreshing fresh lemonade with lemon slices in tall glasses.

Easter Table Decorations - lemonade

And, of course, no Easter celebration is complete without hot cross buns!

Easter Table Decorations - hot cross buns

I can’t wait for Easter and the feeling of a new beginning that comes along with it. But mostly, I look forward to spending time with and making memories with my family.

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Happy Easter and many thanks to Chloe at Celebrate & Decorate for organizing such a fun blog hop – always one of my favorite collaborations! Don’t forget to visit the other contributors – prepare to be wowed!


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spring bloghop day 1

Red Cottage Chronicles | Everyday Living | Belle Blue Interiors  | Home is Where The Boat Is | From My Carolina Home 


spring blog hop - day 2

Life and Linda | Our Crafty Mom | Corner of Plaid and Paisley | The Little Yellow Corner Store


day 3

Bluesky at Home | Bluesky at Home | Bluesky at Home | At Home with Jemma | Knock it Off Kim


day 4

Panoply My French Twist | Around my Table | Loveland Lodge


day 5


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  1. Jemma on March 21, 2018 at 8:01 am

    Good Morning!
    What a glorious and delightful floral Easter table this is! Wow! Love these colors and the buffalo check place- mat, napkins and plates just tie it in all so beautifully.
    Happy Spring!

    • admin on March 22, 2018 at 7:52 pm

      Thanks so much, Jemma! The buffalo check pattern is one of my favorites. I can’t think of one place not to use it! Happy Spring!

  2. Rita C at Panoply on March 21, 2018 at 8:01 am

    Kim, what a genius idea in the chandelier! The table is lovely, but that chandelier most definitely steals the show! And what a show it is. I can’t wait to see your method of assembling it.

    • admin on March 22, 2018 at 7:53 pm

      Thank you, Rita! It really does steal the show – I’m going to be using it again for an upcoming party so it’s multi-purpose!

  3. Carole at From My Carolina Home on March 21, 2018 at 8:02 am

    Very pretty, Kim.

    • admin on March 22, 2018 at 7:53 pm

      thank you, Carole!

  4. Jenna on March 21, 2018 at 8:56 am

    Oh Kim I love this! First of all your chandy is fabulous!! And the tissue flower nests for eggs are just adorable! I love how you’ve tucked them in with the fresh blooms and lemonade dispenser. Please tell me you don’t actually use those beautiful napkins! Fabulous fun family brunch table, Happy Hopping and Happy Easter

    • admin on March 22, 2018 at 7:57 pm

      Thank you, Jenna. If only I lived in a home where I could just look at the napkins all of the time, but alas, we eat pizza and spaghetti and have kids who are still learning to use the napkin instead of an arm! I actually won the sweet handkerchiefs in a silent auction gift basket recently. They were just so adorable with this table, I couldn’t resist! They’ve been removed for real-life eating. Pizza and handkerchiefs don’t mix very well! ha! Or, maybe it’s kids and beautiful tablescapes?

  5. Mary on March 21, 2018 at 8:59 am

    I’m in love your floral chandelier! What a delight and wonderful pop of color it provides for spring and to set off your table. I’m beyond ready to #GetMyHopOn! (=’.’=)

    • Kim on March 22, 2018 at 7:58 pm

      Hi Mary! You and I are both ready to get our hop on! Thank you so much for your kind words and for taking the time out to visit!

  6. Bonnie Morgan on March 21, 2018 at 9:02 am

    Your creative floral wreath for your chandelier is definitely your focal point. However, those hot cross buns do get your attention. They look delicious.
    Vibrant colors and patterns grab your attention to all your DIY projects that impress.

  7. Chloe Crabtree on March 21, 2018 at 9:26 am

    There are so many wonderful things going on with this tablescape. I love how the bright bold colors stood out against the buffalo check table cloths. Your floral wreath under the light fixture is so beautifully done too.!

  8. Ann Krucek on March 21, 2018 at 10:15 am

    Besides the great chandelier, I also love your tissue paper egg stands. You had me at the buffalo check though!! Your napkin treatment with the tule and butterfly is very pretty! Great ideas executed wonderfully!! Happy Spring!

  9. Maureen on March 21, 2018 at 10:38 am

    Love it all, but your chandelier wreath is really spectacular! I hope you leave it up!! Really a beautiful spring tablescape that is spot-on with the colors, and the bunnies and the hot cross buns

  10. Kari on March 21, 2018 at 1:49 pm

    Kim, the flowers under the chandelier are to die for. I also like the bright colors and the tissue paper egg stands. Great job my fellow blog hopper….now if I could sit and have a cuppa along with a hot cross bun, I would be most happy.
    Kari @ Me and My Captain

  11. Sandra L Garth on March 21, 2018 at 3:05 pm

    The chandy is amazing and I’m looking forward to the tutorial. Great choice of colors for your table, I love it all!

  12. Linda on March 21, 2018 at 3:16 pm

    So sweet Kim. Loving the chandelier with all of those pretty flowers. Well done! Cute little sign spelling get your hop on. Each table setting has a darling name tag, using the tissue egg stands.

  13. Donna Bianca on March 21, 2018 at 4:46 pm

    Your chandelier wreath is gorgeous!I can’t wait to know how to do it!

  14. Caro at BlueskyatHome on March 21, 2018 at 7:50 pm

    Kim, OMG, that floral chandelier is amazing ~ a really showstopper. All the little Easter decorations are so cute ~ teh eggs, the place cards, the butterfly napkins rings. Such a creative, pretty table. Great to be on the Spring Tablescape Blog Hop with you.

  15. Pam Richardson on March 21, 2018 at 11:18 pm

    Kim, the floral wreath for your chandy is the piece de resistance! It is breathtaking. The table complements the floral wreath perfectly! I love the tulle pink bows on the napkins! What a fun blog hop!

  16. Shannon on March 21, 2018 at 11:33 pm

    What a beautiful and enchanting spring table! That floral chandelier is gorgeous and makes such a wonderful statement. Every detail of your table is so pretty and welcomes spring perfectly!

  17. Christine on March 22, 2018 at 8:40 am

    Oh Kim that floral chandy is beautiful and just makes the whole room. Your table is beautiful. I am seriously loving the vintage flatware and those eyelet napkins!

    • admin on March 22, 2018 at 9:40 pm

      Thanks so much, Christine! The flatware was my grandparent’s wedding silver – I try to use it whenever I can. Thanks so much for noticing it – it is really special to me. 🙂 Thank you for your sweet comments and for taking the time to visit!

  18. wendy on March 22, 2018 at 4:32 pm

    #GetYourTalentOn Kim! That chandelier wreath rocks! I can’t wait to see your instructions for it. It caught my eye right away. I think it has an Anthropologie flair. I just love this so much.

    • Kim on March 22, 2018 at 9:38 pm

      Thanks so much, Wendy! I love your style so much – this is hugely flattering! Happy Spring!

  19. Jenn on March 23, 2018 at 9:22 am

    That floral centerpiece is stunning! So beautiful and bright for spring. I also love the navy check and all your sweet Easter touches.

  20. ariel on March 23, 2018 at 10:04 am

    Dude! This is absolutely stunning! I have pinned everything!

  21. Karla Holley | Moderate Home on March 23, 2018 at 12:08 pm

    Everything on your table is lovely and it all comes together so well! I am digging that floral chandelier wreath!! Just gorgeous!

  22. Michelle James on March 25, 2018 at 11:27 pm

    Wow! I’m blown away by the floral chandelier! It’s so creative and beautiful! Love the colorful touches on your table and look forward to seeing how you made the pink plates! Everything’s stunning!

  23. marsha on March 29, 2018 at 7:00 pm

    Love, love, love your floral chandelier. It is so beautifully done and really is so stunning. Your use of the bright colors in the tablescape complements that of the chandelier. It is really unique to see bold patterns and textures paired with delicate pastels and fabric like tulle. It really adds so much more interest and detail. Your details are thought out, including the embellishment of your lemonade dispenser and butterfly napkin rings. The hot cross buns look so delicious. Happy Easter!

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