5 Tips on How to Decorate Your Easter Table {PHOTO STORY}

Hi y’all! I’m currently writing from the sky as I’m on my way to the Caribbean for a week long vacay with the family. I’m very excited to have a bit of time off and to get some much needed R&R. Hard to believe that Easter is less than a week away though! Where has the time gone?! But it’s coming folks and we need to prepare! Have no fear because your girl is here to tell you easy and fun ways to spruce up your Easter table for your holiday get-together. Since I won’t be home until the night of Easter, I threw a little pre-Easter brunch before I left. I stuck with simple, festive, and fun for the setting of my Easter table this year. Here are my 5 tips for decorating your very own Easter table:

1 | Fresh flowers

Fresh flowers are a must for any spring event, especially on your Easter table! I love going to a local flower market or farmers market and getting seasonal bunches wrapped up in craft paper and twine. Trader Joe’s is always a great option too because you really can’t beat the price. Make flower shopping a little date with yourself or a close girlfriend and have fun with it! Buy different kinds to mix and match so you can make your own bouquet. My personal spring favorites are peonies, hydrangeas, and ranunculus. Bonus tip: I love putting some baby’s breath or rosemary in my napkin rings to add a touch of greenery. Really seems to tie everything together!

2 | Festive holiday touches

I’m always cautious when it comes to buying holiday decor. I’m all about simplicity so I have a hard time committing to some of the traditional holiday goodies that can tend to be a bit cheesy if not done right. My favorite place to go to find a couple fun holiday pieces without going overboard is (drumroll, please)….TARGET DOLLAR SECTION?! Yeah you knew that was coming. But seriously, the cutest little finds for every.single.holiday…without fail. I picked up these cute gold foil egg cardholders and tassels that I used as napkin rings.


Everybody looks forward to yummy food during any holiday. And if they say they don’t, they’re probably lying. Whenever I think of Easter, brunch always comes to mind. This year I went for a more casual brunch, so I chose finger pastries like coconut macarons, cinnamon rolls, and french macaroons (which are my absolute favorite)! Trader Joe’s is my go-to spot for things like this. I also like to throw in hardboiled eggs because they’re a good source of protein and add a festive touch to the table. Since I’m sticking with brunch, I like to go for a lighter liquor like wine or champagne. I chose rosé because it adds such a pretty color to the table. A mimosa bar would also be fun! If you want to go all out and make a pretty cocktail instead, I totally have your back! 😉

4 | Consistent color palette

Having a color scheme that stays consistent across your whole table spread really makes a huge difference. It’s more visually appealing and tends to come across more elegant, even when done simply. I chose white, pinks, and light blue as my main color palette with other hints of pastel shades. This seemed very festive and springy to me, but do whatever feels right for you! Remember, it’s your home and your event so stay true to you and your style and you really can’t go wrong.

5 | Have fun with it!

Hosting any type of event, let alone a holiday with friends and family, can be stressful and overwhelming. Remember that holidays are a time for everyone to come together, enjoy each other’s company, reflect on religious beliefs or values, and cherish everything you’re grateful for in life. The people you are surrounded by love you and want your company so keep that in the forefront of your mind and everything will work out perfectly! Let this be a creative outlet and don’t limit yourself, just see what flows for you! When it comes time for the event, don’t worry about every little detail going exactly as planned. It will take away from you being in the moment. Let it all be, soak it all in, and enjoy!

What are your Easter plans? Leave me a comment below! I hope you all have a beautiful Easter with the ones you love most. See you when I touch back to L.A.! xo


Dress: Forever 21 (similar here) | Necklace: Nadri | Stemware: Anthropologie

Table, Bench, & Sign: The Industrial Broker | Rug: Target

White dishes: Pottery Barn | Blue Dishes: Target

Tray & Cake Stand: Homegoods

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