I love Springtime with all of its fresh color. It is so inviting and happy! And, since I enjoy decorating for pretty much every holiday, I also love the sweet vintage Easter decorations that I get to pull out this time of year. My kids love this time of year too- dyeing eggs, working in the garden, our family Easter egg hunt, and all of the colorful goodies! Along with all of these fun Easter traditions, we enjoy the extra little opportunities to share with our littles all about the reason for the season.
Today, I am sharing a little tablescape with some simple Easter entertaining and decor ideas for for Lory’s Styled + Set Series. If you are coming over from On Sutton Place, welcome! I am so happy to have you here. I will link to the other beautiful homes at the end of my post.
When I set out to dress up my table for Easter entertaining, I wanted to add vintage Easter touches. Most of my Easter decorations are vintage style and they bring a certain amount of nostalgia and remind me of my childhood. My littles love them as much as I do.
I started using a base of the tablewares I shared HERE yesterday, and layered on more Easter items. I am still so in love with these IKEA finds. They are just so good.
I think the key to creating tablescapes throughout the seasons, is to have basic neutral dishes and silverware. I like to change out my napkins and linens to coordinate with the seasons, but I use my basic white plates (nothing fancy- from walmart years ago), silverware, and even chargers as a base. This helps to minimize storage as well as cost.
I found these cute sodas at a little local soda and candy shop while I was on a date with my hubby. We just happened on the shop as we were leaving the restaurant and fell in love with all of the fun candies and sodas they had. I thought this Dandelion and Burdock one was so cute with my Easter decor.
I added these little printable vintage chick cards to my cloche domes (see yesterday’s post for glassware sources). Printable art is such an easy way to change decor from season to season. I have these free printables scheduled to go up on the blog tomorrow so you can come back and print them off!
I will be sharing more on these little nest cakes on the blog on Friday. They are so fun and easy to make, and add such a festive touch.
I love the color of these flowers. It is just stock that I grabbed from Trader Joe’s. I was lucky to find such a pretty selection. Stock is typically considered more of a filler flower (it is very inexpensive) than one that stands on its own, but I love it in big bunches like this. I need to figure out if I can grow it here in Idaho because I think it is so beautiful.
I bought this sweet Easter bunny at Tai Pan while I was visiting my sisters in Utah. He is so big and handsome and matches all of my vintage Easter decorations.
I truly believe it is possible to create cozy spaces to entertain in any home on any budget by layering favorite and found items from your home. I just love creating these spaces so much.
I know you will love visiting these other blogs in our tour this week!
Design Dining and Diapers
StoneGable | Decor Gold Designs | CitrineLiving
Setting for Four | Sand and Sisal | French Garden House
Eleven Gables | My Soulful Home | Maison de Cinq
Finding Home Farms | Fashionable Hostess
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