Planning your tablescap ahead of a holiday dinner is always ideal, but if you’re like me, not always practical. For that reason, this year I opted to simplify my approach. I started by pulling together some items I already had in the house and then just picked up some fresh florals and some eggs. Foregoing the more traditional Easter table full of pastels, I opted for a controlled palette this year using natural brown and white eggs (no dyeing!) I created a simple yet elegant table filled with neutral tones. The dark linens, plates and flatware set a beautiful background for the fresh white tulips, structured quince branches, and lush green moss. I added the hyacinth placemats to give the table a lighter feel. Pheasant feathers balance the table tying together the brown eggs, organic garland and vintage glass bottles. Now, with the table setting out of the way there is more time to focus on family, the food and the arrival of Spring.
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Rough Linen Gray Runner and Napkins | Vintage Medicine Bottles | Black Dishware - similar here | CB2 Black Flatware | Pottery Barn Water Hyacinth Placemats Natural Garland | Super Moss | Pheasant Feathers