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Hip hop hooray!!!  I'm so excited because today I've teamed up with eight other bloggers to bring you fun ideas for your Easter and Spring celebrations through our Home and Table Bunny Hop blog hop.   I'm sharing with you my Easter dinner tablscape.

Set a fun and festive Easter Dinner Tablescape with these styling ideas

One of my favorite parts about blogging is that I get to indulge in my favorite holidays more than once. I get practice runs like this Easter Dinner Tablescape to share with you and of course we will be doing something special on the actual day too.   I live for the holidays. Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas all get me super giddy, but Easter has become my favorite holiday since I've become an adult.

For kid's parties and other casual events I'm all about using fun paper products like plates, napkins and cups.  But for special occassions like Easter dinner, I like to use my china.  My mom gifted me her Noritaki china set that she purchased before I was born. My mom has a thing for china, and growing up we had 4 full sets.  She figured she would keep one for herself and give a set to each child when we grew up.   As you can imagine, my brothers did not care at all which set they received, so I got first pick.

I love this china set so much!  This shade of blue is one of my favorite colors and the floral pattern is perfect for Spring and Summer celebrations.  My china pattern  seems to be retired, but this pattern is pretty similar.   Even if you're not using real china, your place settings will look formal and special if you use a charger, dinner plate, and top with a salad plate.  As you can see, I also included a dessert plate, tea cup, and saucer at each place setting.

Place setting for Easter Dinner

China sugar bowl and creamer set with blue and gold accents and delicate flowers

The china teacups are meant to go with our dessert, but for the dinner, I placed wine glasses and water glasses at each place setting.  I picked up my wine glasses last year right after Christmas.   I lucked out because they were on clearance and exactly what I wanted.  It's funny how items like this are considered holiday merchandise.  There's nothing about these wine glasses that says Christmas, but they were a Christmas item non the less.  To go along with the glasses I needed some water glasses for my table, so I ran over to Dollar Tree and picked up 8 glasses in two different shades of green.  I was really surprised how much I liked them when they were finally on the tablescape.

When I think of Easter and Spring in general, I think of lots of greenery.  Down the center of the table, I placed a boxwood garland and another garland made of delicate green flowers.

Since this is an Easter dinner tablescape, I wanted to include some Easter eggs.  My boys had so much fun dying these for me.

Use dyed Easter eggs for your table decor

As I mentioned earlier, this tablescape is part of the Home & Table Bunny blog hop.  Head over to see what these awesome bloggers have come up with for more Easter tablescapes and/or home decor.

I hope you enjoyed my Easter dinner tablescape.  Up next I'm sharing my Easter dinner menu and serving ideas.  If you know you don't want to miss that and want to see more from Jordan's Easy Entertaining, sign up for my newsletter.

Until next time!

Set your table for Easter with these Easter Dinner Tablescape ideas

8 comments on “Easter Dinner Tablescape”

  1. Your china is amazing! My mom didn’t have any china. It’s kind of sad now but at the time I thought china was something only old ladies had and never used! (My grandma) I love how you pulled the colors from the plates and tied it all together. What a lovely table.

  2. I love your china. I agree I love having different sets of dinnerware. Your table is stunning and I love how you mixed the china with Dollar Tree glassware.

  3. Beautiful as always Jordan! Your china is lovely, my only set is pretty modern but I would love a more traditional style as well. Love all the colors you added, perfect for spring

  4. I love everything about this. From the non-traditional pastel colors, to the table ware, to that gorgeous china. Didn’t notice the blue until you pointed it out. All the colors amplify your china. And how fun the peek-a-boo blue eggs. Beautiful!

  5. Your Spring Tablescape is so gorgeous! I love the beautiful dinner plates and the gold silverware-which has been on my list for some time. Thanks for the inspiration!

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