How To Create A Neutral Easter Tablescape

March 25, 2023

Today I'm sharing how to create a neutral Easter tablescape. 

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pink vase tulips ranunculus wood riser

I've never really been one for sharing tablescapes. But for some reason this year I felt the bug, so here we are. It all started with beautiful flowers from Trader Joe's. Tulips and ranunculus scream Easter and spring to me.

farmhouse table set for Easter with seagrass placemats and neutral table runner

I set up our Easter dinner display on the custom farmhouse table with windsor chairs we had made from red barn wood many years ago. It's all centered upon a neutral cotton table runner with fringe on its'  edges. The table is super long (96 inches) so the runner is quite long as well (72 inches). The closest I could find is this 100% cotton braided stripe table runner

green moss bunny willow candle seagrass placemat  white beaded plate

I've already shared the DIY for these Easter Bunny Ear Napkins. Believe it or not the floral plates are the 7-inch farmhouse floral party round paper plates from Dollar Tree.

The main plate is a white Royal Norfolk beaded dinner plate, also from Dollar Tree. I got them a few years ago. Right now Dollar Tree is only selling Royal Norfolk red beaded ceramic plates or Royal Norfolk blue beaded ceramic plates online.  

I found a discontinued Pottery Barn white beaded plate on Esty for $21.00. Then there's the Everyday White by Fitz and Floyd Beaded Dinner Plates (set of 4).

Easter dinner table fabric stuffed carrots

 There's something so serene about a neutral tablescape.

 Easter tablescape moss bunny willow candle white dinner plate

The wicker candles work well with the sea grass placemats. I got mine at Aldi, but very similar candles can be found online -- like the Park Hill Collection Willow Candle.

pink tulips white ranunculus pink vase DIY wood riser

The pink vase is from Target a number of years ago. And the riser it's sitting on was a DIY project I'll be sharing later. 

white naked layer cake orange jute carrot topping

I added some Dollar Tree jute carrots as decoration on top of my DIY fake naked cake.  

faux white naked layer cake orange jute carrots

beige ticking fabric stuffed carrots

The beige ticking fabric carrots were another DIY I made last year -- my No-Sew Fabric Easter Carrots. They're one of my favorite Easter projects.

willow glass candle green moss bunny from Target

Moss bunnies from Target from a few years ago add a whimsical twist to the vignette. They're no longer sold by Target, but you can get a similar moss flocked bunny online. They've become a staple Easter decoration in my home. 

thrifted ivory handled cutlery fork

The cutlery I used is some of my thrifted ivory handled cutlery that I absolutely love. I'd give a link for some similar cutlery online but it's so darn expensive I have to recommend that you try finding some at thrift stores and estate sales, like I found mine.

ivory handled knife and spoon cutlery

The ivory handles play into the neutral theme for the tablescape.

To sum it up: Natural elements like seagrass placemats and wicker-wrapped candles, combined with white plates, white napkins, a neutral table runner and beige ticking fabric carrots all come together to create a neutral, and serene, tablescape. In this instance I tend to believe that less is more, which makes putting it all together that much easier. 

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How To Create A Neutral Easter Tablescape 

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Debra@CommonGround said...

Beautiful, Kathleen. I love all the wonderful texture and subtle pastels. Those plates are a lovely counterbalance to all the neutrals. Hope you're having a great weekend. Some sunshine here for a change!

My thrift store addiction said...

What a pretty Easter table, Kathleen! Your ticking carrots are one of my faves, too! Blessings, Cecilia @My Thrift Store Addiction

Junkchiccottage said...

Love the neutral with a touch of color. Very Pretty. Hugs. Kris

Colo Junkett said...

Lovely, tablescape!

Diana said...

Such a beautiful table Kathleen! I love the placemats and wicker wrapped candles so much :) Happy Easter!

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