This year’s Easter bunny tablescape is a little bit bunny, a little bit vintage, and a little bit more blue and white! I’m sharing lots of Easter table ideas in not so traditional Easter colors! This year color outside the Easter basket to create your perfect Easter table!
Our big family meal is Easter brunch and this table is bright and cheery and ready! Who says you need to use pastel colors to create an Easter table?
The inspiration for this year’s Easter table was the Fire King Peach Lusterware that was once my grandmother’s. I’ve always loved my Nani’s beautiful iridescent peach dishes.
Nani talked of getting her set in bags of flour and I think she also got part of her everyday dishes by using S&H green stamps.
I paired the peach lusterware with white dinner dishes and blue and white accent plates. I love blue, white and orange together. They make a pretty, cheery and non- traditional Easter table!
Each place setting at this year’s table is a little different. I mixed up the patterns of the blue and white accent dishes and used two different blue and white napkins. This is a tablescape trick I used often!
If you don’t have enough of one item like dishes, glasses, napkins for your table try mixing different patterns up. I think mix and match tables are the prettiest!
I found the bunnies several years ago at the Pottery Barn. They carry my very favorite colored Easter eggs cradled with a little bit of crinkled paper!
They are a bit less cutesie and I think that’s why they work on this Easter table.
My favorite way to dye eggs is by using yellow onion skins. The onion skins create eggs in colors from peach to deep burnt orange. This is a family tradition passed down many, many generations.
Cups and saucers, sugar and creamers and bowls holding eggs are all Peach Lusterware. The color and pattern of the table runner are picked up in the luster of the creamer and sugar bowls.
We are “mug people” but for Easter brunch we will use the coordinating cups and saucers.
The flatware is vintage too. It works so well with the lusterware and the onion skin eggs!
Down the center of the Easter bunny tablescape is a blue vine patterned table runner. And three glass cubes filled with white tulips create a soft natural look on the Easter table.
The image below show why I love blue, white and orange together!
I pray that your Easter table will be filled with people you love!
Happy Easter, my friends!
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