To create a simple woodland themed Easter table couldn’t be simpler! I am going to share with you how to style an Easter table for a charming celebration.
As always, let yourself be guided by nature, so using yellows and greens is perfect! Seasonal daffs are abundant, and you can buy theses from the supermarket for about 99p a bunch.
You can use bits and bobs from around the house, I found a little bunny, a mouse, my hedgehog candle holders. I also foraged in the garden for some foliage. (if you don’t have a garden, then try the hedgerows or ask a neighbour)
I then used my dyed muslin for the runner and napkins, it’s a great material to dye and very reasonable (I think about £3-£4 a metre) I also used the same material to create my knot napkins, a great way to keep the styling coordinated.
Start with your base, the table. Perhaps you will use a cloth, or a runner. I then dress the central piece, with florals and my finds from around the house. Remember to think of varying heights. Add in your chargers/placemats, plates, cutlery and glasses. Finally add your details such as name tags, and gifts.
I saw a question on Instagram the other day; ‘Shall I not have chargers. Will anyone notice’ My advice would be that you need to consider the bigger picture here, how will the look come together as a whole? You want to create a cohesive experience, and I think that the details are what make this.
If this is related to cost, then think outside the box here; for example, could you use napkins as a setting rather than a charger? I have used mismatched shabby chic style paper napkins as place setting before now as the table was looking quite empty.
Fancy making an Easter Wreath to match? Click HERE
Much love and a very Happy Easter!!