5 Easter Tablescape Ideas

We live in a two bedroom apartment and although we love it very much, space can be a bit of an issue sometimes. Most formal dining room table sets just wouldn’t work in our kitchen area without overcrowding the space. So until we move into our forever home — I will be living vicariously through all of you! With Easter quickly approaching my feeds have been flooded with beautiful tablescapes from some of my favourite bloggers and I thought today I’d take the time to share them with y’all so you can grab some much needed spring inspiration for your own tables!



This tablescape is a classic Scandinavian theme, combining earthy neutral tones with design classics and a wealth of natural materials like florals and twine. If you’re more of a simple gal, this theme is definitely the way to go.


I’m all about teal this spring — it’s a vibrant colour that will make your tablescape pop. I love the use of layers, texture, and different hues of teal that are incorporated in this design as well as many nods to easter and nature.



I’m seeing a pattern of layers and sets of DIY bunny rabbit themed napkin’s that feature Easter eggs and ribbon! The nice bright white dinnerware is also subtle and allows the colours of the theme to really come to life.


Who would I be if I didn’t include a tablescape that has pretty pinks throughout? The gold accents and concrete bunnies definitely complete the look for me.



This one is definitely off the beaten path but I’m sure all my fellow plant queens will appreciate it as much as I do! It may look elaborate to put together but it’s really just different sized terracotta pots strategically placed among simple Garland and small Easter trinkets. How unique!

Add some springy details like a tablecloth, placemats, cloth napkins, fun cups, serving pieces, a simple centrepiece and you’ll have yourself a gorgeous Easter inspired tablescape!


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