Easter or Spring Tablescape

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I have been so busy with the new house that I almost forgot to share this Easter or Spring tablescape with all of you.  If you follow me on Instagram you have seen this cute little bunny centerpiece I put together for our table.  You can read how to make your own [here].

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Even though I won’t have a house full of family on Easter Sunday I wanted to share this simple Easter or even Spring tablescape idea with you.  Like many of you, I have fallen in love with the Hearth and Home collection at Target.  When I spotted this beautiful green and white table runner I knew it had to come home with me.  Green has become my new favorite color to decorate with……….if you haven’t noticed!


I love the look of chargers when creating a tablescape.  There are so many styles, colors and mediums to choose from.  I had these jute charger/placemats on hand so I chose to use them again.  I like the way they break up all the white of the runner and my buffalo china from Kohl’s.


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As you can see, I chose to use the jute chargers/placemats only at the end seats.  The buffalo china looks beautiful against the dark wood tone of the table so I didn’t use them on the side seating areas.  If your table is white, you could use a galvanized or wooden charger to give it more of a farmhouse feel.


I added more color using cloth napkins that I found at Hobby Lobby and a sprig of the lavender from the centerpiece.


The edge detail on these green cloth napkins is beautiful, I love the texture it adds.  Give this super simple tablescape a try for your Easter dinner!


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