Block-print linens, beautiful ceramics and fresh flowers.
Easter Sunday is a wonderful time to set a beautiful table.
I love to pull out colorful table linens, mix and match our dinnerware and glassware, put together a lovely fresh floral arrangement and create a welcoming table for everyone to gather around for Easter brunch.
Last year, we set our Easter table with a beautiful blue gingham tablecloth and my mom’s Easter decor collection (see more here.)
This year, we will be out of town over Easter weekend, so we went ahead and celebrated a bit early. I set the outdoor table with a mixture of green and blue tabletop items and created a green viburnum and rose centerpiece.
Block Print Napkins (gifted) and Tablecloth from Le Bazar Coastal – my friend Sally own this charming online shop where she sources limited edition French-inspired clothing and home decor.
Watercolor Fruit Place Cards (gifted) from Cedar Street Stationery -Read more about Cedar Street Stationery and the founder, Callie, in this blog post.
Stainless Steel Flatware from William Sonoma (similar)
Large Dinner Plates from The Island Shop in Bermuda – This is one of our favorite shops in Bermuda that we make sure to visit every time we are on the island! They have beautiful hand-painted ceramics.
Small Dessert Plates from Carolina Irving and Daughters (Anna in Blue)
Dedham Pottery Rabbit Centerpiece (vintage, found on Etsy. See similar Etsy finds here.)
I went to our local flower store and picked up what they had in stock: Green Viburnum, White Roses and this pretty pink bloom.
I used a beautiful vintage Dedham Pottery Rabbit Container as our main centerpiece and then two smaller bud glass vases.
I added a metal florist frog to the bottom of my large arrangement for extra assistance as I placed the stems.
So there you have it, my green and blue 2021 Outdoor Easter dining table! How are you setting your Easter table this year?
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