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Easter Tablescape 2018

Easter 2018

Easter was one for the books this year!

As many of you know, the majority of my family lives in Southern California so holidays around here are usually spent with our friends. But with General Conference and Easter happening on the same day I was SO excited to hear that my little sister and her family wanted to bring her family up to come spend the holiday with us! We filled the weekend with creating so many fun memories, watching conference, crafting spring flower crowns, dying Easter eggs, cousins playing, Easter dinner, Easter Egg hunting and playing games. Miss Jade was a most serious egg dyer. 

Easter Tablescape

I love dinner parties (no surprise there) and ANY reason to set a gorgeous table for family and friends to gather around. I feel like it’s the BEST part of the holidays and I feel so excited about my sweet husbands support for my hobbies. And without further adu, I am so pleased to share with you through my Easter 2018 Egg-stravaganza tablescape and place settings for this years festivities. (say that 10 times fast!)

Look Familiar? 

I am notorious for using and re-using pieces for setting my dining table. I reused my gold chargers, the bunny salad plates, egg shaped plates and the little bunny name holders. But I totally splurged this year on new green goblets, gold silverware, pink plaid napkins, a green glass cake plate, flowers for the runner and some new bunnies to add to my Easter collection.

For the center runner, I simply cut pink budding shrubs and large pink-tipped roses off of their stems, and layered them with each other and filled in the gaps with some glittery foam eggs. It was SO incredibly simple but it really came together beautifully!

Bunny salad plates: Peir1

Green Goblets, Plaid Napkins, gold silverware: Amazon

Gold Chargers: Michaels

Egg Shaped Salad Plates, Green Cake Stand: Target

Rose Wine Glasses: Dollar Tree

Flower Runner and glitter eggs: Michaels

I hope your Easter was a lovely day with family, remembering that Jesus Christ rose again to save us! Happy Easter loves!

Xo,
Chelsey

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