Spring and Easter are right around the corner! Are you all inspired and ready? If not, no worries. Today I’m joining some talented blogging friends, hosted by my friend Pasha from Pasha is Home, and we are bringing you some beautiful Easter inspiration! I’m sharing how to set an Easter table with bright colors!

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If you are coming to my cottage from Marty at A Stroll Thru Life, I’m so glad you’ve stopped by! Wasn’t her Fabrege eggs just beautiful?

Are you new to my blog? If so, my name is Kim and I am a native Michigander. I love DIY, home decor, all things pretty, community with others, and sewing. I make blankets for a cause, hoping to help find a cure for brain tumors.

Oh, did I mention I never turn down a good cup of hot tea??

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An Easter Table with Bright Colors

I have always loved color and have never shied away from using it in my home.

Having quite the collection of dishes, glassware, chargers, tablerunners etc., I always try to use what I have. I believe mixing and matching patterns make the prettiest tables! So if you don’t have enough of one color or pattern, use something that will compliment the majority.

“Easter is a time to rejoice, be thankful, be assured that all is forgiven, so life extends beyond the soil of the earth.” – Byron Pulsifer

The Centerpiece

Sometimes I have a theme in my mind and know precisely how I want things to look. Sometimes, I pick a piece from my collection, start with that and build from there.

That’s exactly what I did for this colorful Easter table setting.

Easter is usually synoymous with pastels, however, I had yet to use this fabulous table runner I previously bought on clearance. I paired it with this beautifully bright colored melamine platter from my collection and instantly knew it was what I wanted to use.

Do you ever have that happen? You just know when you see something that it was meant to be!

Next, I added one of my pretty white pitchers to the center. I was going to use some cherry blossom stems but the color was obviously all wrong with my platter. Therefore I opted for these faux branches I recently purchased. They’re inexpensive and perfect for a spring arrangement! I’ve linked them below just in case you love them as much as me!

The Place Settings

Due to the fact that my centerpiece was so colorful I wanted my place settings to be more neutral.

Using burlap chargers with my cream colored dishes was the perfect neutral. Remember, just because you use a neutral dish doesn’t mean you can’t add color with the napkins. I paired my blue and white striped napkins between the charger and dinner plate with a simple green and white polka dot ribbon around the silverware.

Polka dots and strips together! What’s not to love!?

My love for dishes doesn’t stop there. I equally love pretty glasses and stemware. I have collected so many pieces over the years. My collection comes from many different places. You don’t have to spend a lot to get a pretty set. I have gotten mine at vintage sales, thrift stores, friends who have wanted to part with what they have, and many came from my mother before she moved.

Because I used the melamine platter, I thought the blue melamine glasses paired well!

Decor for the Colorful Easter Table

Once I get the core to my table complete, I love adding corresponding decor.

Did you see my post How to Decoupage Pretty Wooden Easter Eggs? Last year, I bought some wooden Easter eggs that were unfinished. I decided to decoupage them with some pretty cocktail napkins I had from previous events. I love the way they turned out and think they work great on my bright colored table.

Do you ever shop the Target dollar spot? If so, you may have seen these cute moss covered bunnies. I grabbed these as soon as I saw them and the bright green works on the table as well.

Candlesticks are always a great addition to any table setting. I purchased these at a local Michigan home decor shop and I have used them over and over. I never get tired of them. If you don’t have any candlesticks, it is one of the items I think is a great investment for your home decor.

Last, I added my set of brightly covered cream and sugar containers and a green ceramic cabbage that my dear aunt made. A treasure to have for sure!

There is also one more item I like to change with the seasons. I have a two side chairs at the end of my farm table. Keeping a decorate pillow on them gives the table a more formal look. Adding some light blue pillow covers with chenile trim and fun tassels gives the table a updated spring vibe.

How to Set an Easter Table with Bright Colors

Setting a fun Easter table with bright colors is easy and can be done with minimal effort. I would love to see how you set your table, this Easter season.

My good friend jennifer from Cottage on Bunker Hill is up next and she makes the prettiest wreaths! Stop by and see her Easter egg and daffodil spring wreath. I promise it will not disappoint!

Happy table setting and Happy Easter!

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Spring Inspiration from Some Very Talented Bloggers

How to Use Easter Bunny Decor in a Classy Way // Pasha is Home

Creating An Enchanting Easter Centerpiece Using Flowers and Cabbage // Shiplap and Shells

DIY Golden Easter Eggs with Floral Imprints // My Sweet Savannah

How to Make a Spring Lantern // Sand Dollar Lane

Best Front Porch Ideas to Decorate for Easter // The Ponds Farmhouse

5 Easy Ways To Decorate Your Mudroom For Spring // White Lilac Farmhouse

The Prettiest Spring Tablescape for your Easter Gathering // Willow Bloom Home Blog

Simple Steps to a Beautiful Spring Tablescape // White Arrows Home

Easter Deviled Eggs // Paint Me Pink

How to Make a Neutral Wood Bead Carrot in 3 Easy Steps // Simply 2 Moms

Easter With Faberge Eggs // A Stroll Through Life

How to Set an Easter Table with Bright Colors // Cottage in the Mitten

Easter Egg & Daffodil Spring Wreath // Cottage on Bunker Hill

Simple And Rustic Easter Wreath With Carrots // Midwest Life and Style

Decorating for Easter with Neutrals // Robyn’s French Nest

When is Easter 2023? Everything You Need to Know This Year // Southern Crush at Home

Easy Centerpieces for the Easter Table Ideas // Bricks ‘n Blooms

Four Easy Spring Centerpieces // Vintage and Grace Living

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45 Comments

  1. Kim, your tablescape is beautiful. I love all of the touches that makes it special for Easter. It looks so inviting. I am ready to hop on a plane and come for Easter dinner. That’s if I was not hosting Easter at my house. LOL

  2. Love the beautiful table you created Kim! I love that you didn’t use pastel colors, it’s fun to see Easter ideas that are outside the box!

  3. Your tablescape is so adorable, Kim. I love the pretty combination of blue and green. So fresh and welcoming for spring.

    Happy to be hopping with you today. Pinned!

  4. I love the pretty bright colors you used and your eggs are such fun too. Love the moss bunnies also. Such a perfect table for Easter.

  5. Love this new term tablescape (new for me)! Saw this table live, just gorgeous Kim!! What a collection you have, putting it together so beautifully!

  6. Nobody sets a table like you do Kim! One of these days, when I no longer have cats, I’ll make an honest attempt at setting a beautiful table as you do. Until then, I’ll enjoy yours! Thanks for sharing your fellow bloggers with us. It’s like 5 posts in one! πŸ’—

  7. Kim, Your table is so pretty! I love all the bright colors you used and the moss bunnies are so adorable! I have the same white pitcher!!! Can’t believe Easter is approaching so fast! Blessings, Donna

  8. Everything is so nicely done, but for me that simple tied together ribbon around the silverware spoke to me. Sometimes its the tiniest of touches isn’t it. Your home is beautiful for Spring.

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