Charming Easter table setting featuring blue and white hues
Setting the table for Easter will certainly be different this year without extended family gathering around to celebrate. I'm fortunate to have two Easters every year because George's family is Greek Orthodox and while both are very different in the ways we recognize the holiday, each are filled with wonderful traditions.
It's funny because the past few Easters we were traveling in Scotland and San Diego, but it's the first time in a while that my immediate family will be all together for Easter dinner. Being mindful of the current climate, I still encourage you to find little moments to appreciate, such as enjoying dinner together with a beautiful setting.
We're keeping our table simple, yet elegant with charming blue and white hues (one of my favorite color combinations!). When building this table, I incorporated some subtle Easter decorations, such as white eggs around the complementing bouquet which is placed on an elegant milk glass dish.
Positioning these sweet bunnies around the table also played up the theme and gave me another place to add flowers!
I also especially love the tablecloth from Pottery Barn, which I was coveting for several months before ordering in January. The artisanal feel with sweeping designs makes the table whimsical, and for an extra detail I used these bunny napkin rings to display the napkins on top of the salad plate. Not to make the setting feel cluttered I used my mom's white plates from William Sonoma for a clean look.
I hope my table inspires you to still set yours for Easter! It truly doesn't need to be fancy, but it's also the perfect time to find items in your house you haven't used in a bit.