How to Set a Last Minute Easter Tablescape

Aqua and orange Easter table

An easy and budget friendly Easter tablescape that you set up in minutes and it looks great.

Whether you're hosting a big reunion or enjoying a good meal with your own small family, setting the table for the occasion would make any holiday feel more special.

I put together this tablescape a while back when decorating my home for Spring. Once I took the pictures, I removed the decorations and saved them, waiting for Easter to arrive to bring them back in place. 

The steps I usually take to set a tablescape are the same, I found them easy and very budget friendly. Let me show you how you can also do it.

1. SHOP YOUR VERY OWN HOME

Use your regular dinnerware, placemats, glassware and seasonal décor you already own.
I love white plates and that's what I almost always use.


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How to set a last minute Easter tablescape

2. GO WITH A THEME

Think about a theme for your tablescape, it can be a color, an object-s, flowers, etc. The theme for this Easter table was soft aqua and orange colors + bunnies.

3. GIVE IT SOME HEIGHT

Give more interest to the whole ensemble by highlighting some items on the table. Rather than having everything flat on the surface of the table, set some of the décor pieces a top a cake stand, some books or an upside down crate. 
egg holder on cake stand

4. ADD A SPECIAL SOMETHING IF YOU HAVE IT

It can be a cupcake or a pretty piece of food, a little present, or as in this case a cute bunny plate. That's and easy way for me to grab very inexpensive seasonal décor from the big box stores to make the table different from year to year.
I found the paper bunny plates at the dollar spot in Target.
How to set a last minute Easter tablescape
| Abstract Arch Napkins | Plates | Placemats-similar | Gold Silverware |

5. GIVE IT TEXTURE & WARMTH

Use candle holders or votives if you have them. And most importantly, add texture to your setting! It can be done by using engraved dishes or glassware, or maybe by utilizing a tablecloth or placemat with a pattern or playful texture.
How to set a last minute Easter tablescape
| Bunny Salt & Pepper Shakers |

6. USE A CENTERPIECE

A centerpiece can be as simple or as elaborate as you want it to be. Most of the time I use flowers to create a center arrangement, but this time I used this bunch of cute carrots. You can see more texture not only on the carrots, but also on the grid pattern the container possess. 
Make that centerpiece stand out, but avoid making it so high that your guests can't interact with each other without moving objects obstructing their view.
How to set a last minute Easter tablescape
Carrots |

Well my friends, as you can see I unpacked all the eggs and bunnies I own and brought them to the table.
How to set a last minute Easter tablescape

The four of us are going to be right here enjoying an Easter brunch this Sunday.
Aqua chairs - gold chandelier
Pendant Light | Chairs | Table | Votive Candle Holder |

I hope you've gotten ideas to set a pretty tablescape easily and with items you already own!

And let's not forget that once again it's FRIDAY! The Home & Decor Encore team is back with plenty of Easter and Spring ideas from our archives.

Big thanks to Doreen at Hymns & Verses & Lori at The Stonybrook House for organizing this group.

Stop by and see the Easter and Spring projects that my friends are sharing today:

HYMNS & VERSES | DIY EASTER BANNER

   

THE STONYBROOK HOUSE | EASY DIY CORBELS

   

DUKE MANOR FARM | EASY STUFFED FRENCH TOAST

   

REMODELACASA | EASTER TABLE WITH WOODEN NAME TAGS

   

OUR SOUTHERN HOME | PEDESTAL BOWL MAKEOVER

   

Happy Easter!





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