Take a look at three different ideas for your Easter table styling this year.
Easter and Christmas are two of my favourite times of the year. They are the days when our extended family get together, relax and enjoy great food.
This year, my partner and I are travelling overseas for a friend’s wedding. We’ll be flying home late on Easter Sunday – so there will be no traditional Easter celebrations for us.
My family spent last Easter at my uncle’s ‘bush block’, complete with a walk to the top of the Mount, an Easter egg hunt, and a BBQ – so Aussie!
I spent my childhood in England, so our Easters were much cooler in temperate, but often spent in a similar fashion: a walk and lunch with family and friends followed by an Easter egg hunt.
Despite being out of our normal ‘routine’ this year, I wanted to share three of my favourite Easter table styling looks to give you ideas for your own Easter feast! Take a read then let me know which your favourite look is in a comment below!
Easter Table Styling Look One: Breezy Boho
I love the texture in this look, created through the unpressed linen tablecloths. Add pastel-tinted glassware, small vases of flowers, copper cutlery, timber serving boards and stoneware plates to complete this look.
Easter Table Styling Look Two: Rustic Outdoors
I had to include this look because it is the most similar (although rather more glam!) set up to our typical Easter lunch, spent in the Australian bush. All you need to recreate this arrangement is a table runner, some fruit to use as styling (which can then be served as dessert!), classic camping mugs, and a few jars of posies (why not gather some foliage from the surrounds?). Easy!
Images above from Sugar & Charm.
Easter Table Styling Look Three: Floral Fancy
Look Three reminds me most of my childhood Easters, particularly the Spring floral arrangements of daffodils, tulips and snowdrops. I LOVE that bunny cake – how clever are the wire ears – and the amazing wreath that serves as the backdrop to the table! And how cute are those bunny macaroons?! I found a recipe for them here! The macrame hanger also adds a lovely texture to the scene. All in all – very cute!
I would love to hear which of the three looks is your favourite? Tell me in a comment below!