An Easter tablescape is always a reflection of a new beginning, paralleling the symbolism of rebirth. It’s the holiday that transitions us from the cold winter snow to blooming flowers. Today I am sharing an elegant Easter brunch tablescape that honors the joyousness and renewal of the holiday and the season.
First, the view of the entire table.
The floral tablescape is vintage from my Mom. The China is my favorite set, and is from my Grandmother’s set.
I can’t remember where I found the eggs, but I used several glammed up Easter eggs as the napkin holders.
And of course an Easter brunch table wouldn’t be complete without some pretty spring flowers for the centerpiece. Usually lily’s are the traditional Easter flower, but I had the pink carnations on hand so that is what I used! My family always enjoys a nice Easter dinner, but since I don’t eat ham, we stick to more non-traditional Easter fare.
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What about you? Do you enjoy an Easter breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner? What do you usually serve?
Love, hugs, and getting out my bonnet!