Super pumped to jump on the blog and share an easy easter tablescape that you can do with items you find in nature or with what you already have.
Since we’ve been in self isolation mode for over three weeks I had very little on hand – not even candlesticks, which is why you won’t see any candles in my decor this year.
But funny story, which I thought I had to share with you. Glen decided to go out into town to get some groceries, it was his first time actually in a store in weeks. He finally had gotten everything he needed ( including candlesticks ) and right as he was about to pay, the power went off in the store and was set to stay off for an additional six hours as the firemen shut down the entire grid as there was a fire in town.
Sooooo long story short, we have no candlesticks and we’re using literally what we had on hand this year.
For our Easter tablescape, we used fresh eucalyptus that my friend kindly dropped off on my doorstep the other night, spray painted black candlesticks, faux white flowers for a bit of spring cheer and basic cream linens.
What took me so long is I thought it would be a good idea to steam clean all of our chairs which were filthy. I don’t know why I thought that would be a good idea, but they took forever to dry and by the time I got around to snap photos, the natural light was leaving.
The dishes are just basic cream dishes we got last year from Crate and Barrel and I truly love them as they match everything.
I moved our Gleaming Primrose Mirror in here for a gold touch as it warms up the grey walls.
This Easter tablescape would be super easy to replicate with any foliage from your yard. Everything seems to be in bloom right now and adding pops of faux greenery into your real greenery works as well.
Also, white or cream candles always save the day. If you have lots of glass containers, you could use these for height with candles inside.
I hope you guys are having a great day and this inspires you for your Easter dinners this weekend.