Garden-Inspired Easter Table
Happy Easter! I wish my Easter table post went up much early in the week, but I’ve had some things come up, so better late than ever! I hope you had a most enjoyable Easter. We had a wonderful time celebrating the life of our Savior. So much love for one another and gratitude on Easter. The theme this year for my Easter tablescape is a garden-inspired Easter table with ornamental cabbages, muted-colors roses and leafy greenery. The perfect hide out for Peter Rabbit. Potted plants make a perfect centerpiece that is easy to put together. For a garden-inspired easter table centerpiece it is best to walk though the vegetable aisle in your local garden center and buy a garden variety styles of vegetable plants, herbs and flowering plants. Place them in pots and scatter them through the central part of your table. After your Easter dinner, plant them in the ground. Such a great way to bring the outdoors indoors and enjoy them.
The macrame table runner is a new favorite item and currently on sale! I love the boho-chic style it brings to the table. Laid back and simple, yet it brings a pretty texture to the garden-inspired Easter table. For the name placements, I decided to make the sugar Easter eggs and decorated the outside with names for the table placements. This year, we have really become obsessed with these sugar Easter eggs and opted to make them instead of dying eggs. They are so easy to make and the kids love the imagination of them.
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