After a “quick” Target trip last week, I’ve fallen back in love with setting tables! I let myself do a couple today & still have ideas for a few more. I’ll be sharing each one in a blog post!
If you follow me on Instagram, you likely saw peeks of the goodness today! I am a huge over-sharer on those Insta stories, so be sure to follow along if you’re into that sort of thing!
Okay I can’t wait ANY longer, we must get to the Turquoise, Moss & Chocolate Easter Tablescape!!
The centerpiece for this particular table is probably, definitely my most favorite centerpiece of all time! It’s so simple, yet so stunning! I’m in love with moss. I’m in love with moss. I’m in love with moss! But, more on that later.
I started with a white-ish table cloth. It has metallic silver & gold threads all through it. I bought this 2 years ago on the 90% off after-Christmas sale at Target. I can’t believe this was my first time to use it! I really like the look & will be using it more in the future. The baby blue runner is from the Target dollar spot (this year-2017) for a whopping $3!
I used some inherited blue & white plates (thanks Nana!) as chargers to give a blue pop to the table. On top of those I used new dishes from Target, I’m dying over these new plates! They come in several colors.
These are the exact ones I bought, only $1.99 each! They have all kinds of other serving ware to match too! If you click on the picture you can see all the different colors. I thought they were absolutely perfect for Easter!
Now let’s talk about this centerpiece! This might as well be a Target table, because almost everything came from there! For the centerpiece, I stacked 3 of their white cake stands on top of each other. You can find the bottom & the top one in the dollar spot right now for $5 & $1, respectively. The middle one I found their a couple of Christmases ago. You can even use just 2 stands to get the same look. Use whatever you have- even plates & glasses or candlesticks stacked on top of each other will work to build a tiered stand.
Once you have your base built, you only need 2 things- moss & a chocolate bunny! My moss is fancy- it came from Magnolia Market in Waco! You can find it at any craft store or probably Walmart, or your backyard if you’re lucky! I wanted a big bunny for the top, so try to find a tall one. You can unwrap it too, it may be even prettier unwrapped! I want mine to last until Easter, so it’s staying wrapped until at least then.
My 2nd favorite thing on this table is my little bunny army! Lindt chocolates are an Easter staple & I thought the gold bunnies would be perfect for my table! I just wasn’t digging the red bows- they were throwing off my color scheme. So I added a blue bow & a little pom-pom bunny tail!
Y’all these are so darn cute! You can dress up all the chocolate Easter bunnies this way! It’s in the details after all. I used the teeniest bit of hot glue to attach the pom-pom tails & didn’t have any problems with melting chocolate.
Instead of candles, I placed moss & faux robin’s eggs in my candleholders. Loving this extra touch! I used a toothpick to hold the egg in place. You can use a dab or 2 of hot glue, if necessary & simply pull it off afterwards.
I’ve shared my obsession with Little Debbie snack cakes multiple times. There’s just something about the way they look unwrapped sitting in a pretty glass cloche. I do this for all the holidays! I can’t help it! Easter is no exception. They look darling on my table!
Oops! I got so carried away with the plates i forgot the rest of the plate setting! The little apple plates are on my favorite life finds, from a secret antique shop of mine in the middle of nowhere, Texas. Can you believe I got a set of 6 plus a matching tureen for $12?! The perfect blue shade caught my eye & the fact that they’re from the 1920’s! Swoon y’all!
The spring gingham napkins, bunny ear napkin rings, straws & napkins (last year’s) are all from Target too. The gorgeous, gold silverware was another inherited set.
Thanks for stopping by y’all! Let me know if you use any of these ideas!
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Check back for the next Easter Tablescape Saturday! It might just be a kid’s table & it might just be an Easter fiesta!
Easter Blessings Y’all!