I am into the entire ~process~ of hosting. This includes selecting the perfect tablescape that fits my vibe, the type of event, the guests, etc. I've styled my three favorite tablescapes for Easter, hopefully this gives you inspiration for the upcoming holiday!
I love this for an everyday tablescape. This is the type of look I could arrange and leave in my home for the weeks leading up to Easter, as it isn't too fussy, loud, or "themed"; this totally matches the farmhouse vibe in my dining room and goes perfectly with my decor. The white dishes are Maison Versailles from Macy's, these are the dishes we registered for our wedding; Gabrielle actually registered for the same set she loved them so much as well! Galvanized charger is from Michael's, napkins are from Target Dollar Spot last year, runner is from TJMaxx. This centerpiece is a little piece I picked up from Burke's for mega clearance last year, filled with Target Dollar Spot carrots and eggs from Michael's.
This pink table setting is perfect for your easter lunch (or dinner). I love all the pink accents (my very favorite color) while still staying to true to a little bit of farmhouse. I saw these chargers in Michael's and KNEW I had just the items to pair with it. The egg accent plates are from Target Dollar Spot last year (are we sensing a theme here?) and pink bunny glassware TJMaxxx. I've seen similar in blue and the pink floating around this year as well. This would look beautiful with a pretty pink floral arrangement. I am unsure if I am embarrassed or proud that I have not one set, but *two sets of egg accent plates.
My last tablescape is a little bit more fun; I used my everyday dish setting and combined it with this fun egg runner from the Dollar Spot. The all white dishes with the galvanized charger really balance out the fun runner. I chose to forego a centerpiece so as to not overwhelm the overall look.
Here's a sneak peek at the tablescape I have right now to hold me over until I can reasonably bring out the bunnies! Does anyone have any great recommendations for where I can find cute (but inexpensive) faux greenery for my plant-grow-bloom?