Create an unforgettable Easter table setting with an elegant blue and white color scheme. Filled with simple DIY ideas and thrifted finds, you don’t want to miss this!
Are you looking for beautiful Easter table setting ideas? You can never go wrong with classic blue and white decor.
Today I’m sharing a gorgeous spring and Easter tablescape filled with simple DIY projects and the most adorable moss bunnies you’ve ever seen!
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How to Set a Table for Easter in Blue and White
One of the best ways to start decorating a table is to start with a clean slate. It’s best to have a color or decorating scheme in mind.
My inspiration for this blue and white tablescape started with the beautiful toile dishes that I found at the thrift store. I scooped those right up!
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Step 1. Add a Table Runner or Tablecloth
For my elegant tablescape, I started with a gorgeous blue and white table runner with sweet bunnies that has a toile-like feel to it. You may want to make one for yourself instead with my DIY table runner tutorial here.
It is the perfect backdrop for these woven chargers. Adding layers to your place setting is a great way to decorate any table!
Step 2. Layer Chargers
Next, I placed smaller chargers on top of the woven ones. I used pretty silver chargers found at Dollar Tree. They really pop against the natural placemats and also showcase the toile dinner plates beautifully!
Step 3. How to Make an Easter Vase Centerpiece
For my centerpiece, I used a simple glass vase filled with blue and white marbled eggs (get the tutorial HERE) displayed on a little bird’s nest.
The nest was placed on top of a thrifted milk glass pedestal. My twine Easter eggs would also work beautifully in a vase centerpiece.
A few more colorful eggs and some faux greenery complete this easy-to-make centerpiece idea.
Step 4. Layer Napkins
Fabric napkins are always a nice touch and much more elegant than using paper. Keep an eye out at thrift stores for budget-friendly cloth napkins, or consider making your own with a drop cloth. I also found a few below:
I simply wrapped white linen napkins around the woven charger placemats for a pretty table-setting idea!
Step 5. Add Candles
You can never have enough candles! Candles add such a warm and inviting touch to any table setting. Several candlesticks lined across the table runner add interest and texture.
Step 6. Bring in Seasonal Touches
Large white bunnies from Target dollar spot with satin navy bows add a focal point. You can update inexpensive bunnies quickly and easily by just adding a pretty DIY bow. See my easy tutorial on how to make an easy bow HERE.
The cutest green moss bunnies finish off each setting and bring in another accent color. They are also from Target dollar spot.
I love making bows and have several tutorials below if you want to learn about bow making.
TAKE A LOOK AT SEVERAL DIY BOWS I’VE SHARED:
- 5 Minute Lace Messy Bow
- How to Make a Bow
- Fall Gnome Door Hanger with Messy Bow
- Denim Messy Bow
- Messy Bow Burlap Pillow Wrap
- Christmas Tree Topper
- Messy Bow Fall Wood Block Decor
- Drop Cloth Messy Bow
Step 7. Add Accessories
A wood bead garland draped down the center of the table makes a great filler and can be made in any color to blend with your decor. I used this one with neutral gray wooden beads and a jute twine tassel.
Step 8. DIY Chair Covers
The final touch for my blue and white themed Easter tablescape is a DIY Cricut monogram I added to the chair backs. This is a super simple DIY to add a touch of whimsy.
First, create a monogram inside Cricut Design Space and cut it out in a complimentary colored vinyl. Apply to the back of any wood or melamine chair.
This is a simple project that really brings in that wow factor! I just loved this new addition.
Here is a close-up:
I actually used temporary vinyl so that I could easily remove it when I grow tired of the look. What do you think?
Let me know in the comments below what theme you are decorating your Easter table setting with this year!
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I hope this post has inspired you to set a beautiful Easter table setting.
Now “Hop” on over to see how my blogging friends, AnnMarie and Anne from Simply 2 Moms decorate their family room for Spring! It’s amazing! Come back here and tell me in the comments how much you are inspired to start decorating your own space for Spring!