FIVE THINGS YOUR EASTER BRUNCH TABLE NEEDS
Easter is fun and festive, and although a natural and simple setting is always sophisticated, Easter is a great opportunity to showcase some of your more vibrant table linens. Think patterns in a cacophony of colour to take your table setting to the next level.
A STATEMENT TABLE CENTRE
Think outside the square for a memorable centrepiece this season. Instead of a vase with flowers, reinvent everyday pieces. Think pitchers and cake stands, bottles and bowls, vessels and ornaments decorated with candles, nuts and spices, decorative eggs and more.Use glass cloches to frame pretty vignettes.
STYLING TIP: Keep your collection of pieces in a similar palette or material. This will ensure they look like a unified setting despite varying shapes and sizes.
Image Source: L – Anne Hepfer R – Kate’s Creative Space
FLOWERS & BRANCHES
Flowers and branches add life and dimension with colour and texture. Take a short walk through your neighbourhood for a rustic look that won’t break the bank. Revamp fallen autumn branches with some Easter-themed details such as those found in our DIY hanging paper eggs project.
STYLING TIP: Create a seamless look by tying in the colour of your linen napkins with flowers.
A POP OF COLOUR
Add excitement and energy to your table with colour. Autumnal shades in natural elements add seasonal charm while simultaneously making beautiful placeholders. If you’re hosting a high-tea themed event, turn to pretty tea ware in pastel shades for a simple solution to lack of colour.
Add a little whimsy with figural decorative pieces. Bunnies and eggs can be just as chic as any decorative element when used subtly, and a rustic bird’s nest never goes astray on a provincial-inspired setting.
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