When I woke up this morning, it was -6 degrees outside. My plan today was to play around with Easter table settings using spring decor I thrifted last week. I decided to go ahead with my plan and not let the frigid weather discourage me.
It turned out to be a lot of fun and even though it was -6 degrees outside, it made me think of Spring!
The first thing I did was iron my tablecloth.
It is so big I have to lay it on the table and pull it forward as I go. If there is an easier way, I would love to hear it.
I wanted a vase of flowers for the center of the table but did not want to go to the store to get some. I remembered I had some faux flowers in my stash and used those.
They were to long for the short vase I wanted to use so I used a wire cutter to trim them.
I cut three then taped them together.
Centerpiece taken care of… check!
To tie the flowers and vase together with the tablecloth, I placed them on the green tray I also thrifted last week.
I could not resist these bunnies at the thrift store. They are adorable.
I found four of these ceramic eggs and really liked them, but did not like the yellow bow it originally had, so I painted them gold.
I like the napkin tucked under the charger. It gives your guests easy access and looks nice.
Next, the bunnies and plates…
glassware and silverware.
Here is the result!
I love the green and blue color palette it reminds me of spring.
I am really looking forward to using this design for Easter dinner this year!