I decided to create this bright colored Easter tablescape using my orange and white polka dot plates mixed with some lime green plates.
For a fun touch I brought in my mini martini glasses filled with shredded paper and bright colored jelly beans instead of the typical pastel colored jelly beans.
Easter Place settings
For each place setting, I used some small grapevine wreaths from the dollar store as placemats for my Easter place settings to bring in a natural element.
Remember when I used these twig wreaths on my “Ralph and Audrey” Country Western tablescape HERE?
For the napkins I used white cloth napkins placed inside the bubble glass goblets.
Bright orange and lime green are really fun colors to use for Easter instead of pastels.
To bring in a little more orange I added cut triangles of orange burlap in between each place setting instead of using a tablecloth.
Don’t you think the jelly beans look so cute in these mini martini glasses placed on each plate. Such a fun way to highlight this Easter candy.
I created another tablescape using these mini martini glasses. You can see my other Easter Tablescape and how I used these martini glasses in a different way.
Being able to use my plates throughout the year for different holidays is the best thing going!
I used these orange and white polka dot plates for Halloween here and the lime green plates at Christmas here
Really I think they work perfectly for Easter.
Don’t you agree?
I played around with what to use for my Easter Tablescape centerpiece.
The mini urn filled with faux carrots and eggs make the table feel whimsical.
I think I should have named this tablescape Peter Rabbit and friends in the garden haha.
Baked rolls in terra cotta pots
This is such a cute and fun idea for serving rolls and they can be part of the centerpiece.
You actually bake the rolls in these mini terra cotta pots directions are HERE.
Your guests will love them!
Other Easter Tablescapes
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