I love pastels as much as the next person, but when it comes to any holiday (Halloween and Christmas included) I tend to lean towards holiday decor that is a bit more subdued. Which is why when I came across these cement easter eggs from Camille Styles, I was excited I finally found some Easter decor I liked. And since I am REALLY trying to conquer my DIY fear, I thought I would use the project as an excuse to create an Easter inspired tablescape that could also work for spring weddings.
With my newly spray-painted cement Easter eggs in hand (a project that took me way longer than expected because I kept screwing them up), I then trolled Amazon, West Elm, and Pottery Barn for inexpensive items that could work with not only the eggs as a focal point, but to help create my vision of a Southwestern/vintage tablescape that could be used for an Easter dinner OR a spring wedding.
Check out the final result below and let me know what you think! I used the easter eggs as centerpieces along with a vintage print of a hare (that’s Easter-y, right?!) from my favorite graphics website, The Graphics Fairy. I thought it would be fun to display it under a glass dome and used the moss as a base (and for a makeshift nest for the cement eggs). The plates are from Amazon (I’m definitely going to be using those for dinners!), and the glasses are from West Elm along with the Easter-blue napkins (source links, below). What I really love about this table is that you don’t even need any flowers! The lace tablecloth, black and white plates, golden eggs, and moss all add subtle pops of color and texture that fill up the table without spending a lot of money.
Photos/Styling: Lindsay Jones for WomanGettingMarried.com
Glasses: West Elm
Linen Napkins: West Elm
Black dinner plates: Amazon
Lace tablecloth: Amazon
Pillar candleholders: Amazon
Hare print: The Graphics Fairy
Glass Dome: Pottery Barn
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