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Sunday, April 3, 2022

Pretty Pastels Easter Table and Hello Again!

 Hello there! It's been a very long time and I'm not even sure who will even see this.  If you follow me on Instagram, you know I'm very active there but somehow haven't made it back to posting here. 

With that in mind, I thought I'd share my latest tablescape and part of the reason for my absence from the blog.



Back in November, we were blessed with the arrival of our second granddaughter, "Presley Reese".

Photo by Paisley Photography  (LINK)

I went to stay with my daughter and SiL to help with the new arrival as well as my older granddaughter. Soon after, it was Christmas and then the time has just flown...


...and now, Easter is almost here!
Inspiration for this year's Easter tablesape came from the pastel colours in these beautiful dishes by Bico Ceramics.


The pattern is called "Margaret's Garden" (available through Amazon   HERE for US and HERE for Canada) and I think it is perfect for Easter, Mother's Day, or any spring/summer gathering.


Here's the full view of the table where you can see I used a white tablecloth and layered 3 pale green table runners crisscross on the table.


The centerpiece began with a faux floral arrangement in a ceramic basket.



I arranged faux tulips, cherry blossoms and overflowing greenery inside the basket.


Cylinder vases filled with Easter eggs and tealight candles were placed beside the floral arrangement.  Faux greenery and a pip berry wreath encircle the bottom of the vases.


An Easter tablescape has to have a few bunnies!


These guys sit in front of the center basket.


On the opposite end of the table, I filled an apothecary jar with candy Easter eggs and surrounded it with another pip berry wreath.


The place settings started with a pink charger followed by the dinner plate, salad plate and bowl in the Bico Ceramic's "Margaret's Garden" pattern.

A glass of blush wine and water await.


I used my gold flatware for a touch of elegance since this is for Easter dinner.


Acrylic knife rests protect the tablecloth from any messes.


Little tulip shaped egg cups were filled with candy and placed inside the bowls filled with Easter grass.  I printed bunny placecards on my computer.


Faux Easter eggs and Easter candy in shades of pastel pink, blue and yellow were scattered over the table.


A bird napkin ring seemed perfect for spring!





I added some decorative greenery to the chair backs with light blue ribbon.





I had a lot of fun putting this tablescape together for Easter and can't wait to add a few more place settings and celebrate with family in two weeks!


Another couple shots of my precious granddaughter when she was a newborn...


...how quickly the time has flown...


...and now she is 4 months old!



I'm so excited that we'll be spending Easter with my daughter, SiL and granddaughters!


Thanks for visiting!

12 comments:

  1. Precious grandbaby Lori. Your Easter table in pastels in beautiful. The pastels are so soft making the table so calm and easy to look at. Lovely details with your bunnies and the aqua napkins.

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  2. Lovely table, beautiful grandbaby! Happy Easter to all.

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  3. Truly lovely. I love the florals draped down the back of the chair

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  4. Congratulations on your new baby granddaughter. How sweet she is. Thank you for the link for the dishes. So happy it is on a Canadian website.

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  5. Darling granddaughters! Lucky you! I love the colors of your table, just lovely, and very inspiring.

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  6. I have missed your posts because everything you do is so gorgeous, but seeing your adorable grand baby explains it all. Your Easter table is wonderful!

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  7. Congratulations! And thanks for sharing the lovely pastel table!

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    1. Love love love this beautiful tablesetting....Harper & Presley are do precious

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  8. Congrats on your granddaughter. She is so cute. Your Easter table is lovely. Love the pretty pastels. I am happy to feature your Easter table at Love Your Creativity.

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  9. Just look at that darling baby! How wonderful to have a second granddaughter. Being a grandmother really is something, isn't it?

    Your Easter table is absolutely lovely. Thank you for sharing it. And thanks for joining the Grace at Home party at Imparting Grace! I'm featuring you this week.

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  10. Lori,
    Your grand daughter is so sweet!! and your Easter tablescape is simply stunning!! all those pretty pastel colors just scream spring!! Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!! Happy Easter to you and yours!!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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  11. This is adorable! I'd love for you to come share on Crafty Creators Link Party at LifeasaLEOWife.com. I think our readers would love this tablescape. You can also share on Happiness is Homemade while you're there (opens Sunday) since it has a different audience. By the way, your granddaughter is just beautiful! I hope you have a blessed Resurrection Sunday with them. I bet both of your grandbabies will look adorable for Easter!
    XOXO,
    Niki ~ Life as a LEO Wife

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