Spring Into an Easter Table Blog Hop

I’ve joined several talented bloggers to inspire you with some beautiful Easter Tablescapes.  

Each blogger will link you to the next blog so it’s simple and easy to follow along.  Just in case you get lost, you can always come back here, and click the links below.  These are all of talented the bloggers joining me in the hop.  You are going to love what they’ve created! Be sure to follow their blogs while you are there.  They all have amazing blogs!

I hope you enjoy our blog hop and find some wonderful Easter and Spring Tablescape inspiration to hop you right into the Easter holiday!

Let’s get started with what I’ve done this year.  Our dining room has recently gone through some fun changes.  I will share more on that later.  The changes made me really excited to decorate for Easter.  This room needs to be festive, because it will be full of family celebrating the Easter holiday. Ive added a pink throw, and some cozy pillows to the bench seat.  I love having the bench seat at the dining table because it’s comfy and cozy.   I’ve added lots of pretty Spring flowers and pastel colors to my tablescape for Easter and Spring.

For the centerpiece, I mixed vintage with new.  I added my vintage silver tray, white pitcher and bowl, Pottery Barn rabbits, some pretty Spring florals and of course, some Easter eggs.  My table runner is a simple white ruffled runner, that actually was a curtain panel I repurposed by gathering and draping across the table.

Each place has white Pioneer Woman dishes, a pink salad plate, a vintage napkin, tied with a grapevine napkin ring, and a cute bird nest.  I also used my Pioneer Woman goblets, and pink tumblers that I found at our grocery store.  You never know where you can find cute dishes and Easter decor.  Keep your eyes open! 
Keeping with the vintage theme, I added a couple of ironstone pieces, some vintage books and some vintage pink glass salt and pepper shakers to my tablescape.  I love adding vintage pieces to the table, because they’re always conversation pieces.  Where did I find them, what’s the history behind them, how old are they?  I love pieces with a story and a history.
The birdcage bookshelf is perfect for Spring decor.  I simply added some of my white dishes and pink tulips layered casually on one of the shelves to tie things in with the table.  
The evenings are still cold here, so we still use the fireplace during dinner. The fireplace also got a little bit of Easter decor.  I like to tie everything together and add a little decor all around the room. I hope I’ve inspired you to create a festive and fun Easter tablescape for your Easter celebration.  
To continue with the Blog Hop, be sure to hop on over to Cat’s beautiful blog and see her fabulous tablescape for inspiration.  Just click the link below to head to her blog.
If you get lost during the hop, remember to come back and click any of the blogger links above to get back on track.
Thanks so much for stopping by!

10 thoughts on “Spring Into an Easter Table Blog Hop

  1. Heather, what a darling Tablescape! I love how you used vintage pieces, those are my favorites as well. And the mix of glasses are so pretty! It is true that you never know where you will find a cute dish or cup. Your PB glitter bunnies are adorable as well as your hints of pastels here and there. The fact that you used the green basket confetti is so stinking cute of an idea I might have to steal it��…so glad to be on this Hop with you!


  2. I love all of the vintage pieces you have added to your table, you are right, that is a great idea to get conversation started. I need to try that! I have a few pretty pink Depression Glass pieces I think I will incorporate into a tablescape soon! The birdcage is so unusual, and great place to add some springtime vignettes! All of the pink touches you have added are such a great addition, especially the throw on the bench! Happy Easter to you, it has been a pleasure to be “hopping” along with you!


  3. Heather, your table is beautiful! I love mixing old with new, and you've done it beautifully! The bunnies on the tray and the ironstone are perfect for spring and Easter!hugs,Jann


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