Create the Perfect Easter Tablescape
With the cold temperatures lingering longer than we’d like, it’s hard to believe it’s already time to start breaking out the Easter decorations! As Upstate New York weather is quite unpredictable, there may or may not be any outdoor activities, however, Easter is the perfect time to bring out your Spring décor. Here are our tips for transforming your table for the Easter Holiday!
Keep It Simple
Spring cleaning routines typically revolve around simplifying and downsizing, so why not use the same methods when setting your Easter table? Keep everything crisp and simple with white linens and just a touch of green as a nod to all the plants coming back to life.
Add Some Color
If a mostly-white color palette does not mesh with your idea of a spring color palette, Easter is the perfect time to add some color to your home. Whether it’s full blown pastels, calm neutrals, or mixed metallics, don’t be afraid to commit! These colors can easily be combined with the simple clean lines of the white linens to create a beautiful tablescape.
Get a Little Wild
Even though the flowers may not be blooming yet, there’s no reason why you can’t bring some nature into your décor. Place fresh cut flowers in a mix of mason jars and other glass vases. As an alternative to flowers, feature potted herbs or branches with greens.
Add Little Touches
Adding small, personal touches is a great way to make your guests feel appreciated and welcome! Get creative with Easter Eggs and use them as place cards. Adding a tulip to a place setting is an easy way to add a bit of Spring to your table! If you don’t have an Easter tablecloth that you use every year, upgrading your table is easy with specialty linens from The Collection! A simple lace overlay is an easy way to wow your guest!
With Easter just around the corner, don’t fret about purchasing new tables, chairs or China, Total Events has all the items you may need for a perfect Easter Celebration! Just give us a call! Make sure to share photos of your Easter table with us using #TotalEventsTransformation!