Easter Celebrations Part II

Easter Celebrations

Earlier this week I shared my Easter décor for my home.  If you missed it check it out here: http://wp.me/p1s2CI-ot Today I’m sharing my Easter dinner tablescape with you.

I have used these pink and blue plastic (reusable) plates for so many events and dinner parties over the years and brought them out again for Easter.  They were one of my best buys from Party City! The pastel colored robin’s egg in mason jars with burlap was a discount find at Hobby Lobby.  However, you can easily make your own if you bought the supplies separately.  This year instead of sparkle and jeweled eggs I made eggs with stickers and pom poms on them with my daughters.  I had one place at each place setting for guests to take home.

Easter Dinnter Tablescape

Again, I used tulips and hyacinth, with limes, as well as ranunculus with lemons at the bottom as centerpieces.  These types of flowers just look so bright and are perfect for your Easter or spring dinner!

Easter Dinner Tablescape

I also decorated the dessert table and drink table with floral arrangements and Easter décor.  I have to say the best part of the meal, to me that is, is dessert! The carrot cake designed by Edible Art of Charlotte was heavenly!

Easter Dinner Tablescape

Easter Dinner Tablescape

 Vendor Credits

Event Design and Style – Sarah Sofia Productions http://www.sarahsofiaproductions.com

Floral Arrangements – Sarah Sofia Productions

Photography – Sarah Sofia Productions

Carrot cake – Edible Art of Charlotte http://edible-art-charlotte.com/

Easter Eggs -Sarah Sofia Productions

Plates – Party City http://www.partycity.com

Pastel robins eggs in mason jar with burlap – Hobby Lobby http://www.hobbylobby.com

 

 

 

 

Easter Celebrations

I love this time of year because everything is in bloom and my favorite colors are everywhere, coral, blue, pink, and green! I also like when Easter is later in the calendar, which gives me more time to really enjoy the holiday and be festive for more than a few weeks.

I always reuse decorations from years past, rearrange them and add a few more décor items.  Here’s a photo from one of my previous tablescapes.

If you missed my previous posts on tablescape, decorating eggs without dye, and other festive Easter ideas you can check them out here: http://wp.me/p1s2CI-ca   http://wp.me/p1s2CI-2b

This year I decided to decorate my front entryway, family room, and kitchen.  As you can see I like using tulips and hyacinth because they come in various colors and look great arranged together.   I love walking into my home and smelling hyacinth! This particular arrangement gives the tablescape sophistication and height by using both flowers in one vase.

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Other additions to this years tablescape  include these darling bunny rabbits that I found at antique market in Belmont, NC , Target’s sparkle Easter eggs, and this twine Easter egg wreath.

Easter Celebrations

Easter Celebrations

Easter Celebrations

 

Happy Easter y’all!

Vendor Credits

Styling and design – Sarah Sofia Productions http://www.sarahsofiaproductions.com

Floral arrangement and photography – Sarah Sofia Productions

Jeweled Easter eggs – Sarah Sofia Productions

Robin’s Easter eggs in mason jar with burlap – Hobby Lobby http://www.Hobbylobby.com

Shiny jeweled Easter eggs – Target http://www.target.com

Pink Easter bunny – Hobby Lobby

 

 

Happy Easter!

Spring invokes vibrate pastel colors. There is no better time than Easter to celebrate spring and use these fun colors in your table linens, flower arrangements, Easter eggs, and other decor. Be creative and add a pop of color in your flower arrangements with candy, lemons, oranges, or colored glass balls.

For my tablescape I started with a scrap piece of coral fabric and blue napkins from another lien set.  I framed my table with three flower arrangements varying in height and color.  Then I started adding wooden painted eggs that I had decorate with paper pom poms, faux jewels, and stickers. Again, varying the height, size and color of the eggs.

Don’t limit your decor to the dinner table.  You can add a festive design to your living room with a simple spring wreath and a few  colored Easter eggs.  As seen below, you can decorate your mantel with fun Easter decor.  Draw the eye in with a centerpiece and then add several decorative pieces at different heights.