Courtney | Special Holiday Consultant from French Country Cottage

Pastels & Golds for an Enchanted Easter Table

It is no secret that setting a beautiful and inspired table is one of my favorite things to do. And in spring, with fresh green grass, the sound of birds singing and shades of pretty pastels popping up for celebrations — a beautiful Easter table setting to gather around outdoors is perfect.

Pastel Eggs for Easter Table
Since most of what I love is on the softer side, I chose a color palette of soft blue, faded greens, and just a touch of peach and gold. I brought in a lot of texture with faded old book pages and fluffy cotton branches.

Decorated Cloche for an Easter Table
One of my favorite things to do with a table setting is to create a centerpiece that enchants and inspires conversation, and invites guests to lean in and take a closer look at the details. Whether it is flowers marching down the center or something a little different like these gorgeous cloches filled with spring-inspired bits.

Decorated Cloches for an Easter Table
This trio was perfect in the center of the table, and each cloche has a different touch of spring. From a sweet little cement rabbit from the garden sitting atop a book page and wrapped in fresh eucalyptus…

Decorative Cement Rabbit for an Easter Table Setting
… to a delicate little “nest” made out of some of the cotton picks that I recently shared while making this wreath.

Pastel Eggs with Faux Cotton Picks for an Easter Table
In the center, a tall bouquet of beautiful ranunculus on a stack of vintage books was perfect.

Decorative Glass Cloche for an Easter Table
I tucked a few dried hydrangeas on the sides as well for a touch of soft green.

Pastel Florals and Eggs for an Easter Table
The place settings are simple: barely blue dishes, gold flatware, and a mix of colorful springtime goblets in blues and blush.

Easter Table Place Setting
And perhaps my favorite touch is the small gold glasses filled with pastel eggs. Another idea would be to fill them with Jordan almonds or even a pretty pastel-colored Easter egg atop shredded newspaper.

What about you, what is your favorite element to incorporate into an enchanted Easter table setting?

About the Author

Courtney writes the blog French Country Cottage where she shares lifestyle & design inspiration and the ongoing renovations of her 1940’s cottage.

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