Happy first day of March! Easter is right around the corner! Can you believe it?
This past weekend, we worked with some incredibly talented women on an Easter Brunch tablescape. We wanted to give you some beautiful and simple ideas for an Easter Brunch.
Easter is a time to celebrate new life! Our inspiration for this brunch tablescape was bright and light, with a few pops of color. When thinking about decorating for Easter, you don't need to go over the top with bunnies and eggs, you can keep it really simple and beautiful by having a statement centerpiece and personalized touches. Flowers are a must with Easter (in our opinion!). Flowers add freshness and life to a table, and you have so many options of fresh flowers this time of year. Jodi, from Stemm Floral, said that she found most of her forage and flowers from right outside, she only ordered a few roses. If you can't hire someone to create an arrangement, add flowers in multiple bottles and vases for an eclectic look. Paige kept the menu super simple, because who wants to be in the kitchen all day? Adding a personalized menu to each place setting lets your guests know you thought about them and the event, plus it's a beautiful way to add extra detail to each place setting. You can also add personalized name tags if you want assigned seating for a more formal feel. The key is to keep it simple! Don't overdue it! Try and use what you already have, bring in a few personalized details, use nature, and you're set to have a beautiful Easter Brunch!
Fun Fact: Molly and Jodi are cousins!
Candle sticks: Goodwill // Glassware: Goodwill // Appetizer Plates: Crate and Barrel // Dinner Plates: Target // Napkin: A wedding gift from Molly's Aunt // Vases: Goodwill // Table and Bench: Built by Molly's Dad // White Chairs: World Market //