For this years Easter tablescape, I decided to play around with one of my current favorite hues! (blue!) I was definitely feeling the whole vibe of keeping everything else in a muted palette just so the blues can really make a statement. I also wanted to ‘dress’ some of my eggs rather than color them, and they turned out perfect! I handmade whimsical baby’s breath flower crowns for each one of them and placed them in tiny little pots with lace skirts & drew on cute little faces. Although it took up most of my day, it was totally worth it! Easter is one of my favorite holidays. Even if we’re setting a table for just five guests, I still go all out!
How gorgeous were my marbled Easter eggs? They were definitely a staple. I was inspired by the china I was going to use. I used nail polish to color them, they were inedible. Which is why I only colored six. As you can see, I left the rest of my eggs white. I covered a few in delicate nude lace, adorned a few in pearls and a few in gold string!
This gorgeous blue vintage Mackenzie-Childs teapot is one of many from my collection! I thought it would be the perfect centerpiece. Of course with these stunning white lilacs! The smell was unreal.
Who doesn’t love gold accents? I know I do!
I loved the feel these acrylic chairs gave our setting against the white washed furniture. A bit rustic + a bit glam!