Easter is one of my favorite holidays and I absolutely love creating Easter tablescapes. What isn’t to love with the cheery spring colors, flowers in bloom, and adding fun surprises like candied eggs to the centerpieces? We always attend church on Easter Sunday and typically eat at a restaurant. If you are the type that celebrates at home with a huge meal, here is a pretty pastel table for your enjoyment!
My good friend Mary, of Mrs. Southern Social, and I teamed up again to create this year’s beautiful purple Easter table. In addition to the many laughs we shared at The Barnsley Resort, we partnered with some amazing brands I want to share with you today.
Purple Easter Tablescape
Easter Place Settings
We set our Easter tablescape on this Runner. Then we used Silver Cabbage Serving Pieces (collection here). I love that they’re a neutral white color but add some depth and texture. They can be used again and again all spring long. The purple glassware (similar) complimented our centerpieces perfectly.
Placemats and napkins are from India Amory. The print is Mughal Jardin and unfortunately sold out right now but it will be restocked! The print is available as a dress, and pareo too. We didn’t want the linens to be too purple or matchy-matchy with the rest of the Easter table. This Mughal Jardin print has just enough lilac to tie it into the larger theme without hitting you over the head.
Centerpieces and Flowers
The centerpieces are a collection of purple Vases from Beatriz Ball. We used the faceted vases for this setup but they also come in smooth glass if you prefer that look. You can purchase the vases individually or as a trio. I think both are great to mix and match to create a unique look.
We filled the vases with roses and ranunculus, but we also used super affordable mums, hypericum, and miniature daisies. I love filling one vase with one type of flower and arranging them together for a deconstructed look.
Can you believe how beautiful these floral donuts and Petit Fours are? You have to check out Flour & Flora (@Flour_and_Flora_) because they ship nationwide and in perfect packaging. Jackie O’Bosky is the artist behind this edible art and she is so incredibly talented.