Tabulous Tablescape: Easter

March 30, 2015

By Tab Byrum


Easter is this coming Sunday, the 5th, and I put together a Spring time tablescape that’s fun, easy and relatively inexpensive.  Remember with things like this you can always pull elements that you like from what I do and add them to things you already have, or you can recreate this in your home for family and friends.  Everything I used was bought at Dollar Tree, Big Lots and Dollar General, I combined those new purchases with some things I already had, but I’ll let you know what’s what in the post.


 I want to say a big Thank You to my friend and client Terri Roselius for letting me set this up in her beautiful home and take pictures.  We had better get hopping down the bunny trail because Sunday is fast approaching, as always, let me know what you think of the decorations and design, Enjoy!!!



These paper/linen placemats are from Caspari and come out to a little over a dollar each, the paper plates and napkins are all from Big Lots.


I bought jelly beans at Big Lots for $1 a bag, the glass jars came from Dollar Tree for $1 each and the pastel colored eggs came from The Dollar Store, a bag of 12 for $1. 


The flower vases came from Dollar Tree for $1 each.  The tulips are from Whole Foods, they were having a special of 20 tulips for $20.  The felt basket came from The Dollar Store and the pinwheels came from Big Lots.


I put a vase in the felt basket and filled it with sand so the pinwheels would stand up.  I put Easter grass on top of the sand, stuck the pinwheels in the sand and then placed a few plastic eggs on top of the grass.


I placed a large white bowl upside in the center of the table and covered the bowl and the area around it with easter grass I already had then placed the pinwheel centerpiece on top of the bowl.  The bowl gave it the height the centerpiece needed. 




I sprinkled the plastic easter eggs around the centerpiece in the Easter grass, don’t forget you can put treats in the eggs such as candy or coins. 






I’m very happy with how this table decoration turned out.  This is something that would be great on both a kid’s table or the main table or you could also use it to decorate the buffet holding the food if you are having people serve themselves and not passing food at the table.  You could also repeat elements of it on a dessert table and on and on.  Let me know what you think and if you are going to use any of these ideas for you Easter celebration.  Have a great week!!!!

All thoughts, ideas and photos are my own.

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