Last week I reminded you that I do not typically decorate seasonally. If you missed it, you can read about that here. But, holidays? Now that is an entirely different story! My husband thinks March Madness is the official launch of spring, but I have a differing opinion in that regard. Easter weekend is the date on the calendar that signifies that winter is officially in the rear view mirror. Finally! There is something special about Easter flowers. Whether you have an affection for lilies, the unofficial official flower of Easter, or you are more drawn to daffodils, tulips, hyacinth, lilac, orchids or the classic rose, the floral choices are abundant this time of year. It is truly a decorator’s dream time of year! They make lovely gifts and after they are displayed on your dining table, they can be “recycled” in various rooms around the home. You’ll notice that I always have flowers in several rooms. Many are fresh from our garden, while others are a complete bargain from the local Trader Joe’s. Setting the perfect Easter table should be a fun experience. Be sure and branch out with some flowers you may not have chosen in the past. The pops of color (including soft colors) many provide, makes them the focal point of the table and that is how it should be. With that being said, please enjoy the tour of my Easter table and be sure and tell a friend about Decor Gold Designs!
For the centerpiece I chose lavender tulips, white hydrangea, eucalyptus and a few wax flowers in glass vases.
The soft colors set the stage for an elegant table.
Glittered eggs provide balance on the other end of the table.
I snipped pansies from my yard to bring an addition spring touch to the table.
The three taller arrangements act like a canopy for the simple pansy cups.
From above, my favorite view.
You can shop the look here.
I hope you enjoyed the tour. For furnishings and lighting, please visit my Sources page. You can find similar or exact items from my Easter table below.