Adventures in Everyday Entertaining
With Easter this weekend, it’s time (if you haven’t already) to start thinking of tablescapes. Easter has a lot of options. You can go classic, rustic, or whimsical. You also have to consider if it is a brunch or a dinner. Personally, I love the idea of mixing in some elegant ideas with the fun of bunnies, eggs, etc. Here are some lovely tablescapes that I have found as inspiration.
Oh Kenley, those table settings are gorgeous. Happy Easter!
Thanks so much! Happy Easter!
These are gorgeous table settings I love them all but the cloche from Stone Gables is beautiful. Again, Happy Easter!!
I kinda had a feeling you would love that cloche! 😉 Happy Easter Cynthia!
These are all beautiful! so much work must have been done to put all these together from these bloggers/owners; I would’ve love preparing one this year but my mom is hosting 🙂
We’re going somewhere as well for Easter, so need to plan vicariously through these beautiful tablescapes this year — and plan out next year. 🙂
These tablescapes are totally making me want to have a party. So beautiful!
You are talking about one of my very favorite decorating topics…love love tablescapes. Centsational Girls color scheme is so beyond beautiful.
I love tablescapes too! So fun and really sets the mood for your meal! 🙂
This is the first year that I won’t be having a legit Easter holiday with either family or friends and I have to be honest that I’m feeling a little sad about it. These tablescapes are giving me some inspiration to recreate a little bit of Easter in our apartment over the weekend and enjoy the holiday with A – even if it’s just brunch for the two of us. Thanks for sharing, Kenley!
Happy Easter and hope you and A are having a great weekend. These days there are quite a few holidays that end up being just L and I. When that first started happening I would feel sad, but you end up getting used to it over time. And in fact, we usually just make a point of having a really awesome and fun day no matter what, just the two of us. 🙂
Loving the one from Kate’s Creative Space! Need those rabbit place mats!
I know…aren’t those so cute!!
Gorgeous! I love the one from Kate’s Creative Space. Thanks for sharing so many wonderful ideas!!
Thanks! I love that one too! 🙂
I don’t feel like I’m quite the “grown-up” yet to host big holiday gatherings at our house and design tablescapes (and maybe I’ll never quite feel “grown up,” ha ha), but when I do, I’d love to be able to create tablescapes like these. You have a great eye for design, Kenley! Thanks for the inspiration here tonight!
Oh Lauren! 🙂 Your comment made me laugh. Young lady, now that you have hit 30… you are a grown up. lol. And besides, half the fun of tablescapes is injecting youthful and whimsical ideas. 😉 Well, when you do feel that you are “grown up” enough to create a tablescape, I look forward to seeing them because I think you’d do an awesome job with them. 🙂
The table settings are so festive! Happy Easter!
Thank you! Happy Easter! 🙂
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Love these ideas! So fresh and pretty!
Thanks so much!
I love the green & white look. Good find! It’s classic and modern at the same time. Thanks!
I agree. It looks so fresh 🙂
Easter has to be one of the prettiest holidays for decorating a dining table.
I completely agree! 🙂
I love everyone of them. What a lovely post Kenley.
Thanks Danny! 🙂
I love the green and white photo at the end. It looks crisp and modern. Lovely ….
I really like that one too — for the exact same reasons! 🙂
Suzanne of Simply Suzannes at Home
So many lovely tablescapes. Thanks so much for sharing!
Have a beautiful weekend,