Easter will be here before we know it and it’s time to think about setting an Easter table.  This year’s Easter table reflects all that is beautiful about the season: the colors, the flowers, the sweetness.

A welcome sight after winter, I’ve Set an Easter Table Filled with Blooms.


Set an Easter Table Filled with Blooms





I’m always so honored to join this group of oh! so talented friends, this time we have my dear friend Kelly of My Soulful Home as our special guest.  Kelly has a gorgeous blog, and a podcast that you won’t want to miss!



Monday Morning Blooms

Monday Morning Blooms



For this year’s table-setting for Easter, I’m keeping it simple and elegant and full of spring inspired charm.



Set an Easter Table Filled with Blooms


Can I just wax lyrical for a moment about the centerpiece?  This is a combination of the most beautiful hydrangeas my son-in-law picked up for me, along with a birthday bouquet the same s-i-l and daughter sent me from Urban Stems.  {Those light pink ballerina roses that fully opened on the top of the bouquet? Yes, they kill me with their beauty.}


Easter spells out beauty, the rare beauty of new life.



Set an Easter Table Filled with Blooms


Set an Easter Table Filled with Blooms



Easter is such a special time of hope and renewal!





I always confess on these special Monday Morning Blooms that I don’t actually DO anything to the flowers, they come beautiful. Just cut at a slant, pop in a vase, and they look amazing!!



Set an Easter Table Filled with Blooms


Pink floral bouquet


I used a vintage Madeira tablecloth as the base, this one is covered with the prettiest flowers all over. It’s a soft blue grey color, and the perfect background for the Chintz dishes.


Set an Easter Table Filled with Blooms


Antique floral chintzware



This Chintz pattern is called Apple Blossom, isn’t it so enchanting covered with all the flowers in pink, blue, yellow and white?  It was made by Charles Kent, in England.  Nothing brings on Spring more than flowers.



antique chintzware Appleblossom


Set an Easter Table Filled with Blooms



I added antique white Limoges plates with a gold rim in between the larger and smaller plate.  The gilt edging echoes the gilt trim on the Apple Blossom, and also the beautiful gold glass Vetro goblets.



Easter tablesetting


Set an Easter Table Filled with Blooms


Our Hares make an appearance with their jaunty checked ribbon bows.  The colors in the ribbons are almost an exact match to the colors in the flowers.  This table scape has a simple but elegant look that I love.


Classic styling, maybe a little bit more fancy than I normally do, but then it IS Easter!  Little boxes of  jelly beans in sweet colors and an Easter cookie are a little treat at each place setting.



Set an Easter Table Filled with Blooms



I added a chintz saucer underneath the floral centerpiece for an extra pop of color.




My table is ready for Easter! I hope you are inspired and take away some ideas to use on your own Easter table this year. Maybe you will Set an Easter Table Filled with Blooms too!


Thank you so much for your visit, and for being the sweetest readers out there! I cherish your comments, and look forward to hearing what you will do for Easter this year.


Set an Easter Table Filled with Blooms


pink roses blue hydrangeas


It’s still early, so you have some time to maybe fuss a little bit with some of your own pretty linens and dishes to create a lovely table-setting to celebrate Easter!


For more floral inspiration, please visit my friends by clicking on their links below:

spring flowers

KELLY of MySoulfulHome

MARY of HomeIsWhereTheBoatIs

PAM of Everyday Living

Set an Easter Table Filled with Blooms

and me, LIDY of FrenchGardenHouse.






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