Nature Inspired Easter Tablescape

Nature Inspired Tablescape

Welcome, I’m excited to be sharing a bit of inspiration for Easter entertaining with you. Easter is one of my favorite holidays, and I always enjoy creating fun tablescapes to welcome friends and family.

Easter Tablescape

This year my tablescape is centered around a nature theme with nest, eggs, and Spring flowers providing the foundation.

Easter Tablescape

The focal point of my table is an easy DIY arrangement I made, utilizing some of my favorite faux flowers, a large moss basket, and a fun robin egg nest. I love how the colorful centerpiece really makes the table pop with color.

Easter Centerpiece

Once the centerpiece is complete, I like to create a fun plate stack by pulling from the color palette I used in the centerpiece. This year, I decided to incorporate my favorite color purple, with green and white.

Easter Tablescape

The white baroque dinner plates act as the backdrop for this plate stack, as the eye is drawn to the purple dessert plates that tie in with the violets in the centerpiece. To give each place setting a touch of nature, a nest filled with real quail eggs sits on top of the small Pillivuty tureens.

Easter Tablescape

A plate filled with Easter Peeps, a festive holiday favorite.

Easter Tablescape
Easter Tablescape

Thank you for joining me today! I hope you found some inspiration along the way. Using fun elements of nature like nest, eggs, twig baskets, and flowers you too can create a festive Easter tablescape.

Nature Inspired Easter Tablescape

Happy Easter to you and yours,

Jamie

Easter Tablescape Sources

Click on direct affiliate links below to be taken to the products. Where actual items are no longer available, I’ve provided similar options. 

Baroque White Dinner Plates

Pillivuty Tureen

Easter Chick in Nest

Quail Eggs

French Chandelier

Similar Options

 Twig Nest

Robin Nest with Eggs

Twig Basket

Comments (23)

  • These are so cute, Jamie! I love the little eggs nest and those chickadees! Perfect for a classy Easter meal!

    xoxo,

    Berniedette | PetiteAndToned.com

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  • So in love with your table! Especially the individual nests on each place setting. Adorable!

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    • Thank you!

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  • I love your tablescape! I think my favorite is the tiny moss basket.

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    • Thank you!

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  • This is such a great idea! Love it; so pretty!

    Belle | One Awesome Momma

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    • Thank you, Belle! 🐥💚

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  • What beautiful table decor. I love the natural elements with pops of spring color. I can imagine this table scape with my set of dishes that were my grandparents when they got married. They’re white with little yellow daisies on the edges. I’m dreaming of hosting Easter in our new house next year now. What a beautiful post.

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    • Thank you so much for the kind words.:) How fun that you have such special dishes that belonged to you grandparents; they sound beautiful. 💛

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  • Beautiful Easter Table. Thanks for the ideas:-)

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    • Thank you for stopping by the blog. I’m so glad you loved the post. 🙂

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  • this is so beautiful! i love the quail eggs. i just did a hall console table to spring and it’s so pretty #showyourbloglove

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    • Thank you! I thought the real quail eggs were a fun and inexpensive way to give each table setting a personal touch. 🐰💚

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  • Oh, wow! These look so nice and also complex at the same time! I was looking for some Easter inspiration, glad I found it. 🙂

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    • Thank you, Cristina! I’m so glad you were inspired. 🙂

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  • Gorgeous! Can you come to my house and set it up next Saturday? 😉 That little moss-covered twig basket is my favorite!

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    • Thank you so much, Alexandra! I’d be happy too. 🙂

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  • Absolutely beautiful! I love that you kept it simple and understated. And yet, it makes such a beautiful impact! Thank you for inspiring me to get creative!

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    • I’m so glad you were inspired. That is the whole purpose of my blog. 🙂

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  • This is seriously so chic(k)! We love the ambiance you created for Easter.

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    • Thank you!🐣

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  • Love this idea! So sweet and Easter, but without the typical parade of pastel colors. Lovely job!

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    • Thank you, Lauren! 🙂

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