I love doing Easter Table Decor! I think I might even love it more than Christmas.
Everything is usually sweet and fresh – lots of flowers and bright colors – plus the day is just a little more relaxing than Christmas day so I can focus more on the little things.
This year I’m super excited to share my Easter Brunch Table Decor!
I did a little pre-set up, just to see how everything works together. That makes it super easy to put together the day of – I can just refer back to my photos and everything looks sweet in no time at all!
This year I went with a bright coral, yellow and green color scheme. I found some really perfect napkins and a table runner at Target so I designed the table settings around them!
I used a neutral linen tablecloth as the base – I love having this on hand. It makes for such a pretty color as the basis for any decor color scheme.
I contrasted with some green woven placements and layered together my dishes with the napkin folded between. Super easy to do and you can still see all the pretty colors in the napkin.
I also made up these little shabby flowers to decorate the plates. They are soooo easy to make!
You just need to tear about a 2″ x 45″ strip of your fabric. I used this sunny yellow linen. Sew a basting stitch along one long side and gather up the ruffle.
Cut about a 3″ circle of felt for the base. Begin gluing the ruffle at the edge of the felt circle. Glue about halfway around the circle, set the ruffle in place, then glue a little more.
Once you get to the starting point, start gluing in a spiral towards the center, so the ruffles overlap.
Once you get to the center, fold the short end under and glue down.
Glue a little button or jewel in the center to cover up the middle of the flower.
I just placed one of these in the middle of each salad plate. For cuteness factor only. ;)
I picked up some pretty coral bowls from Target, along with some little white dipping bowls for the centerpieces. I potted some succulents in there – they make for a super cute centerpiece that you can still see over, plus I can repot them later!
I found a pretty spring green runner to use on the Buffet. I decorated that with this Milk Bottle vase – that I love like a tiny child. It looks so pretty in the room with some coral flowers in it. I paired it with my new Buttons and Lace Easter Eggs and a little bunny. Cause you must have a bunny.
For my shelf display I made a little pennant (hot glue+twine+fabric=easy pennant) and decorated my frame with another little shabby flower. The pieces on the little shelf are a mix of old utensils from our granparents, as well as some teacups and vintage items I’ve collected. It’s kind of a little family history shelf.
I really love how the whole room came together! I think it’s a fun mix of modern and vintage – and it’s so perfect for Spring.
I found so many of the cute items for the decor at Target and so I put together a handy dandy little image so you could see – as well as some other items they carry that I thought would be cute with them!
You can find all these things at Target.com – I have links below for you.
It’s Time for Springtime. Target is a great place to find fun items to dress up your decor or find item for your Easter Brunch!
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