Neutral Farmhouse Easter Table Setting

Happy Sunday Everyone!

It's officially one week to Easter and I think I'm officially finished decorating. Woohoo! 🙌 

So today I'm so excited to be sharing my Neutral Farmhouse Easter Table Setting!

Including a time-lapse video! 

Yep, I don't make many of these but when I do they are so much fun to make. Please click on the picture below to see me in action! 😁 (P.S. Points if you spot the black cat!)

For this year's Easter table, I started with a simple burlap runner. I love how neutral this runner is and can be used for all occasions.  Next you want to add in a large centrepiece. 

For my table I added in a large bunny statue. I happened to come across this small round mirror in my stash and it was perfect as a platform for my bunny. 

Surrounding the mirror I added some faux flower stems. They add dimension and interest to the centrepiece.

To finish off I added a few carrots for bunny in case he gets hungry. 😉

Next I added in a couple of Ikea faux plants in terracotta pots I purchased from Bunnings. (I love how the orange tones tie in with the orange tones in my plates.)

Next in placed some pillar candle holders, all from Spotlight. The white ones I got not long ago. I had two different sizes, but went back for another small one so I could balance out the table better. 

Next I added some birds nests. I love birds nests, don't you? It just wouldn't be Easter without some birds nests. I used a variety of sizes interspersed along my table runner.

And to finish off the centre decorations I added a small scattering of eggs. 

Next up was the place settings. I used my pale gold shimmer placemats from Big W that I used for Christmas.  There's nothing wrong with restyling what you already have. 

My dinner plates are from Ecology. (You can see my full review of these here.) They are a gorgeous beige colour with little speckles throughout and a dimpled texture. I absolutely love them!

The dinner plates are topped with decorative gold speckled napkins from Ikea, also used in my Christmas table setting (which you can see here in case you missed it). 

Followed by these gorgeous Easter Bunny side plates from Kmart. I looked everywhere for some cute Easter plates that were not only farmhouse friendly, but economical.  These fit the bill and were by far the cheapest. A box of 3 for just $9! And I think they really make the table. (Although Bed Bath n Table had some really cute ones too!)

For each place setting I made these cute Mini Flower Pot Easter Table Decorations. You can see the full post  of how I made them here. They match so well with the larger pots in the centre of the table. And, they are super cute!

I finished off the settings with simple silver cutlery and a simple drinking glasses. (These glasses could also be swapped out for wine glasses ladies! 😉 ) (I may have to put some decorative drinking glasses on my wish list for Christmas.)

 

And to compliment my table I've hung my DIY Easter Bunny Wall Art. You can see the full post for how I created my Easter wall art here.  

It was a slow start to my Easter decorating this year, but it all came together in the end and I'll be sharing some more of my decorating this week. 

Hoping you are all having a lovely weekend!

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  1. Ohmygoodness, I so love these plates and tablescape!! so perfect with the neutrals!!

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    1. Thanks Debra! I love the plates too! Julie

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