A beautiful Easter Tablescape was easy to set for four on the front porch of my Celebration, home. Fine china, crystal and silver make this an elegant table for a special meal.
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Come on over to the front porch and gather for and Easter celebration!
I never had ‘wedding’ china, but this is probably the closest thing. After we had been married for a few years and were a little more financially sound, I spotted these in the window of an interior store near our local grocery store. My husband noticed and started buying place settings for me. It didn’t have to be a holiday, he would just occasionally surprise me with some pieces. I love this china as much as the first day I spotted it. The pattern is Lace Point by Lenox.
The front porch is a favorite place to dine this time of year. It isn’t too hot yet and the rainy season isn’t upon us. We do have to deal with the pollen, which means the furniture has to be washed off daily. I am looking forward to that season coming to an end.
This lovely and delicate Bohemian crystal belonged to my husband before we were married. I have always thought it goes so well with my china. The soft loopy pattern seems to complement it so nicely.
Somewhere in this house I must have a bin of Easter decorations. Who knows where? Certainly not me! I needed at least one bunny and found this sweet rocking bunny at Michaels. The soft off white went so well with the creamy Lenox color. He and a few pastel eggs were all that were needed for a nod to Easter.
Faux boxwood placemats on a pink tablecloth add to the soft look of my table. Sadly, each time I use them, they seem to lose a little more of the boxwood. I am going to have to repair them or look for replacements. These came from Pier 1 and I really do miss their unique placemats. I know they are trying to stay alive online, but they don’t offer those beautiful placemats they used to carry.
Soft pink napkins, also a Pier 1 find were tucked under the edge of the plates. For a different look, the silverware gifted to me by my mother was tied with a wide pink bow and topped the salad plates.
In addition to my centerpiece, mint julep cups were filled with tulips and small yellow roses and babies breath to add more color to the table.
I don’t know what we did before we had wired ribbon, it is so nice to be able to get the ribbon to lie exactly how you want like I did after securing the silverware.
In addition to my rocking bunny and some eggs, the centerpiece was a vase of tulips. A creamy vase decorated was filled with colorful fresh tulips and then they were surrounded with a frame of babies breath.
Browse all of these beautiful Easter tablescapes:
Celebrate & Decorate
Home is Where the Boat Is
Living With Thanksgiving
The Little Yellow Corner Store
My Hubbard Home
Corner of Plaid and Paisley
The Sweet Sensations
Belle Blue Interiors
Red Cottage Chronicles
Life and Linda
Mantel and Table
Life at Bella Terra
Bluesky at Home
Calypso in the Country
The Painted Apron
Me and My Captain
My Thrift Store Addiction