Easy Easter Brunch Tablescape

We all have those holidays. The ones that creep up on us and, before we know it, appear full-force with family and friends in tow.

With an early April 1st Easter, it’s easy to fall behind on the preparations.

Easy Easter Brunch Tablescape

This year, I prepared a quick and easy brunch place setting that can be ready at a moment’s notice.

Now, I should preface this by saying that I am a massive hoarder when it comes to glassware, so I did have some of this lying around in cabinets. But you can use anything as simple as mason jars as substitutes.

I started my table with cabbage leaf placemats, which I purchased at the recently dissolved Tai Pan Trading Co. You can find an inexpensive look-alike here. I loved them the moment I saw them, and I think they’re the perfect Springtime table accessory!

Next, I added pink plates I purchased awhile back from Home Goods. I found these gorgeous variations here. You can use any Spring color, from white to yellow to robin’s egg blue. The color palette is yours to create!

On top, I added these precious Rae Dunn bunny plates. I must say, I never hopped on the Rae Dunn bandwagon. (Bunny pun!).

Honestly, I didn’t even know that these were Rae Dunn until I glanced at the back one day! But these plates might be my favorite collection. And I have a lot of plates. You can probably find these on eBay if you love them as much as I do!

I bought these coral Lindy napkins years ago from Anthropologie, and this was the perfect opportunity to use them. I added these adorable bunny ear napkin rings from Tai Pan for a little extra bunny flair — and I gotta say, I love them.

 

 

Since Tai Pan recently closed its doors, I found them online here. The Internet is chock full of adorable bunny themed rings, but I adore the gold accent on these.

In terms of glassware, I am obsessed with colored depression glass and milk glass. So, naturally, I had to add them to the table. I chose the pink bunny glasses for obvious reasons, but the milk glass adds a little lightness to the ‘scape. I also have these, which I am in love with and are incredibly versatile.

Finishing Touches

And then I found these sweet little egg cups at Target and Home Goods, and voila! A complete Easter tablescape! (Although I’m not going to lie – I kind of want these.)

In addition to brunch, add Fentiman’s Pink Grapefruit Tonic, Light Tonic Water, or Rose Lemonade for a pastel touch!

To tie in the Spring theme, add a few ceramic berry baskets as serving dishes, and you’re good to go!

Somebunny is going to be very happy you invited them to your Easter brunch!

What are your go-to Easter table accents?

 

xoxo,

Cara

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