Enjoy this Modern Classic Easter Tablescape featuring a simble yet bold centerpiece and a neutral place setting that all your guests will enjoy!
If I’m being totally honest I’m struggling to come up with words. It’s a crazy time in the world right now and I’m trying my hardest to adjust to our new schedules. We homeschooled last year and it was made very apparent that I’m no teacher, and while I don’t regret homeschooling, we made the decision to put our kids into a private school (which I love). And here I am homeschooling. I feel so bad complaining or expressing my frustration because I know that there are much bigger issues here. However, it doesn’t take away the challenges we are all facing. So today I’m doing my best to push through, adjust and find the joy in life right now! Easter might look a little different his year, but it won’t stop us from celebrating, and I wanted to share our Modern Classic Easter Tablescape with you.
Since I’m unable to get around to any stores, I shopped my house for this tablescape and went super simple! However, it’s very realistic table decor with just a pop of Easter to brighten the holiday for you!
Simple Easter Tablescape
I started off by keeping the simple centerpiece I had for my Spring Home Tour. Then I added a very simple place setting with some plates I’ve had for years and white napkins to our Modern Classic Easter Tablescape.
I topped the plates with a few sprigs of some faux fern stems I had on hand, and a white craft egg I dug out of my Spring storage box.
I added some black silverware and hammered copper wine glasses, because wine is always necessary! ;)
The centerpiece is a large planter I found at Hobby Lobby filled with some faux stems.
For me the trick to beautiful looking faux stems are choosing the ones with brown stems vs green. I’ve seen gorgeous ones with the green stems, but the brown typically look more realistic in my opinion.
I hope that during this time we can all find the pieces of Joy God has been leaving us! Sometimes they are hard to find, but I promise with a little extra effort we can all find something!
This week I’m joined by some of my talented blogging friends who are also sharing their Easter projects, decor ideas, and crafts with you. Be sure to see what they are sharing by clinking the links below the images.
Easter Mantel Decor with Free Printable Easter Art at The Happy Housie
Simple Easter Brunch Table at Finding Silver Pennies
Spring Flower Pot Cakes at Satori Design for Living
Dollar Store Wooden Box Centerpiece at Craftberry Bush
Free Easter Activity Booklet for Kids at The DIY Mommy
Wood Slice Easter Craft for Kids at She Gave it a Go
Free Printable Easter Banner at Happy Happy Nester
DIY Easter Egg Salt and Pepper at Life is a Party
Kid Friendly Easter Table at The Tattered Pew
Painted Terra Cotta Pots Centerpiece at Tatertots and Jello
DIY Easter Sign at Lemon Thistle
DIY Easter Carrot Wreath at My Sweet Savannah
5 Ideas for Wooden Easter Eggs at Hallstrom Home
Black & White Easter Vignette and Printable at Taryn Whiteaker Designs
Easter Bunny Peg Dolls at Cassie Bustamante
DIY Spring Artwork at Love Create Celebrate
DIY Authentic Easter Eggs at Zevy Joy
Modern Classic Easter Table at Cherished Bliss
Rhonda Hallstrom says
This table is absolutely stunning!
Kelly Radcliff says
Your table turned out just lovely! I love shopping my home too!
Looks like shopping your home was a success….beautiful tablescape. Happy Easter Ashley!
I am very happy to read this. Appreciate your sharing
Danielle Driscoll says
Love the textures in your tablescape! So pretty.
I love the simplistic design of your Easter Tablescape!
My first visit to your blog. . .I’m quite intrigued.
Think I’ll take a look around.
Your tablescape is beautiful! I love the planter and the copper cups.
Melissa Newell says
for some reason the free printable is not showing up to download? 8( Beautiful tablescape!
Melissa Newell says
forget that….I found the link in my email 8) thank you
Steve Jefferson says
love how beautiful have you decorated the table. Many cute simple details turn everything in a great Easter Tablescape.
This is just stunning and I like the way you decorated the table in a beautiful look its very amazing are you an artist? This decorations shows your artistic skills…
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