Elegant Spring Easter Table

Are you getting ready for spring, I’m sharing how to create an easy elegant spring Easter table?

My name is Cindy and I blog over at Cloches &Lavender where I enjoy sharing easy craft ideas as well home decorating.

A picture of me with my dog

I have lived in NJ my entire life and I am married to my bestfriend. We have two mini-Dachshund, that we treasure. They are brother and sister and are inseparable.

Today I am hosting a Spring Easter tablescape hop with some of my blogging friends. If you are visiting from seeing Kim from From Farmhouse To Florida welcome. Kim sure did share a pretty yellow table!

Spring and Easter tables can be as formal and casual as we like depending on our style. For the most part, I’m not a person that adds cute to my home decorating.

Blog graphic for tablescape inspiration

Beginning to Set a Table for Guests and Family

Setting the Table Pretty for Guests

Namely when I start styling a table the centerpiece is where I begin. For this particular centerpiece and for me this is a no brainer. I am choosing dry Hydrangeas.

black jardiniere filled with dry hydrangeas

So, this spring I am using a black cast-iron French Jardinière.

Drying Limelight Hydrangeas

Adding Dry Hydrangeas for a Centerpiece

Hydrangeas turn a papery texture at the end of the season. In this case patience is a key factor. Generally, I wait for the petals to begin changing color. Waiting for pink to appear takes time and waiting is worth every second.

Next cut the stems at least 8″ and tie them together with jute and hang them upside down in a dark dry space. Usually, I use our basement because luckily it stays dry.

Now I fill the Jardinière and the fuller the more beautiful these flowers are truly gorgeous.

Setting the Table and Using Favorite Dishes

Using Pretty and Your Favorite Dishes

For me, I am fond of our china especially the colors when pairing them with dried flowers especially hydrangeas. The colors work perfectly together for my simple spring table.

How to Create an Easy Elegant Spring Easter Table closeup of the dishes, napkin ring glassware and a peat pot filled with white chocolate

Before adding the dishes, I add chargers. The possibilities are endless, metal color chargers work well. Wood chargers in natural or whitewash are great the warmer months.

Furthermore, basketweave, rattan, wicker and seagrass are also great choices for a special spring or Easter table.

Using Candles for Warmth and Ambiance

Candles Add Amboance to the Setting

I enjoy using candles on our Easter table and actually all year round. If flames, make you nervous especially with little one’s flameless taper candles truly look realistic.

How to Create an Easy Elegant Spring Easter Table

Unfortunately, the only downfall to battery operated candles is most will not fit antique candelabras. This sadly is the case for me, fortunately I have no worries.

Glassware Truly Finishes a Special Table

Adding Pretty Glasses as Finishing Touch

For the most part, I tend to stick to clear glasses during the warmer months. This may be actually because I love our glasses. It also is because I’m not looking to spend the money either.

Seasonally, light blue, pink, green even lilac are pretty choices.

Lastly, Adding Some Special Touches for Guests and Family

Special Touches for the Family and Guests

Lastly, I did take time to make special pieces for my family. The best part about the crafts, they are simple, fast and easy.

One is easy napkin rings and the other quick craft idea is that is great to fill with treats. By the way, the best part is these work for the entire warmer months!

How to Create an Easy Elegant Spring Easter Table

I hope you enjoyed reading how to create an easy elegant spring Easter table. Are you getting ideas together for your spring table?

Spring Easter Tablescape Hop
This is a great time to see more Spring Table Ideas! Well today, we are sharing Spring Easter Tablescapes and hopefully you find some inspiration from these talented bloggers. Click the links below the images to go straight to their posts.  We hope this inspires you to create and get ready for the upcoming spring and Easter celebrations!
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33 thoughts on “Elegant Spring Easter Table

  1. Cindy! Everything on your tablescape is lovely…from that black cast iron, the hydrangeas and those beautiful dishes…I am in love! Thanks for your inspiration and for hosting!

  2. Cindy, Jardinieres are one of my favorites! I love the muted limelights and the sweet surprises for your guests! Thanks so much for hosting yet again!

  3. Cindy, your table is beautiful and perfect for spring. I adore your china pattern. It is so pretty! I loved seeing the full shot of your dining room. It is gorgeous! Happy spring, sweet friend!

  4. Cindy, Your table is so lovely! Dried hydrangeas are my favorite and yours go beautifully with your china pattern! I love the special touches you added! Such a great idea to use peat pots! I know your family will be excited about those! Have a wonderful Spring! Donna

  5. Cindy your dinning room is beautiful! Your tablescape is sure to please your guest! I love the antique candle holders!

    Thank you so much hosting this special Easter Blog Hop!

  6. What a lovely post, Cindy. Everything looks beautiful. I am SOOO ready for spring here. We won’t really have nice weather until May but I can now see light at the end of the tunnel. xo Diana

  7. Love this beautiful tablescape, Cindy, and all the extra special touches you’ve added to create such a warm and inviting space for friends and family to gather. It’s truly magical! Big hugs for a blessed Spring season, CoCo

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