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Spring Into an Easter Table Blog Hop!

Spring Into an Easter Table Blog Hop!

Easter Table Blog Hop!

I am so honored to be invited to join a great group of bloggers to share their lovely Easter Tables.  After you have checked out all of the pictures of my Gold and White Easter tablescape, make sure you click on the links and see how these fabulous women have interpreted Easter into their tablescapes!

A gold and white Easter tablescape would not naturally be my choice of colors for Easter, but once elements catch my attention, I am suddenly one a one way path!  I spotted some large gold eggs at Target and thought those would be what I would use for my centerpiece.  Notice there are no gold eggs on the table, things change once I start putting a table together.  

I used my ruffled IKEA throws as my tablecloth.  Gold beaded placemats were topped with my IKEA candle trays as chargers, gold dinner plates and simple white salad plates.  Gold flatware from West Elm finished off my place settings.

The funny thing is, once I got started, those gold plastic eggs were not the look I needed at all.  I spotted this golden rabbit at Home Goods and those gold eggs were on their way back to Target!

I actually mixed and matched my salt and pepper shakers.  Target had these cute little guys with the gold accents in their ears a couple of years ago, and this year they had the ones with the gold tails.  I set both on the table, mixing them up.

Of course my golden bunny couldn’t stand alone, so another pair of withe rabbits, both with gold accents inside their ears have joined in the center of the table.  One of the rabbits is a vase, so I filled him with babies breath,  a gold dipped carafe was also filled with babies breath.  Who would have thought an Easter table would be so lacking in color.  This certainly does not mean that this table lacks anything else for the celebration.

The next blog to hop to is my friend Desiree at Camelot Art Creations!

Keep “hopping” along at these beautiful blogs!

 Stately Home LaneEver Evolving Home | Catherina’s Creative Corner

 

 

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Chloe is the creator of Celebrate & Decorate. Chloe is passionate about having a comfortable and well designed home - she also loves to entertain family and friends. Learn more about Chloe. Follow Chloe: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, YouTube

16 Comments

  1. Chloe, what an adorable table setting! What first really caught my eye was the mix of babies breath with the beautiful golden bunny…oh MY! So sweet☺️. Your creative use of the Ikea candle plate as a charger is simply genius! I’ll have to keep that in mind next time I make the trip to Ikea…I’m always looking for creative items for Chargers. I know how it is with the table settings…sometimes you think something will go and it’s just trial and error. I LOvE your style sweet lady! Glad to be on this hop with you

    1. Thank you so much Cat! Oh, yes, setting a pretty table can always be a trial and error job, can’t it? I have been in love with everything all white lately, and this simple table of just white and gold seemed to fill that need for lots of white! I am so glad to have found Catherina’s Creative Corner, to have hopped along with you, and look forward to collaborating in the future!

  2. Love this Chloe! White is life right now! Love the ruffled ikea throw as the table cloth! Such a nice touch of texture but still soft on the eye! Babies breath & bunnies, yes please! Love it all! So fun doing this Hop with you all & I think we should definitely do it again! xoxo Des

    Ps I still have buckets of lace that I try to use in every project it seems! Lol

    1. Thank you so much Desiree! I have been loving lots of white lately! I have loved doing this hop with all of you, I would love to join you all again! I am happy to have connected with some new bloggers!

  3. Chloe, so happy to have gotten the chance to get to know you better! This is stunning! That Gold bunny is my favorite! I love the mix of texture with the ruffled throw and beaded placemats! Thank you for joining us on this inspiring hop! Happy Easter!

  4. This is a beautiful, soft look for an Easter table setting. The gold, white, lace and babies breath complement each other. And the gold and white bunnies are adorable and steal the show! Great job, as always, Chloe!

  5. Chloe a very unique but beautiful Easter look. The soft colors are lovely. I love the s&p shakers! Have a wonderful weekend!

  6. Sandy K Park says:

    Chloe, I so enjoy all of the blog hops that you set up for our entertainment. I’m guessing it’s alot of work, but THANK YOU.

    1. Oh thank you Sandy! Actually this one day little hop was one I was invited to! Stay tuned next week for a hop of wonderful springtime inspiration!

  7. I’m not usually in to gold, either, but your table looks beautiful, and now I want to go shopping for gold accents for my table!

  8. Jann Olson says:

    Hi, I hopped over from Heathers blog. This is a fun twist for spring. I am always drawn to pastels, but love this for a change! The gold bunny is perfect and I love both sets of S&P bunnies. I have used my Ikea throw as a tablecloth before as well.
    hugs,
    Jann

    1. Welcome! I am so glad to have you here! I went full pastels for my springtime table this coming Friday, but when I spotted all of the gold accented bunnies, I was set on this theme!

  9. Gold and white is perfect for any holiday! This makes for such a beautiful Easter table. My little grandkids decided that they wanted to eat all of my gold Lindt bunnies, so I had to bring them some! They were gone in minutes – of course biting the ears off first! Haha! Have a wonderful Easter.

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