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By: Home with Holliday
A White and Green Easter Tablescape
Today I’m sharing an wonderful Easter tablescape which has been created by Home with Holliday. This Easter she is using the bounty of early spring things to set a simple, airy table. Easter will be here before we know it and it is time to think about placing an Easter table. Who doesn’t love early spring? Nests and eggs and sleepy twigs waking and bursting with delicate buds! This year’s Easter table reflects all that’s amazing about the season with this Green and White Easter table setting designed by Home with Holliday.


Envisioning a clean, refreshing look she settled on a white and green table setting. Adding white and green trellis napkins instead of placemats. Typically, placemats are somewhat more costly than napkins and you will find far more options available.

These tiny, adorable egg holders came from Cost Plus World Market and were only $1.49 each. They are available in several colors. And, the eggs…they are real eggs…so simple! The ideal accessory for any Easter dining table setting.


After years of collecting white bunnies it has certainly made it easy to decide to incorporate it in this dining table setting. Talking of flowers, and contrary to what you may think, they don’t have to cost a ton to produce an effect and you do not need to go to a florist. These potted Calla Lilies were bought at Trader Joe’s for $4.99. Considering that the potted flowers were fairly little, she came up with something somewhat bigger for the centerpiece such as these Apothecary Jars filled with eggs…real white eggs. Super inexpensive! They may be purchased on Amazon or even HomeGoods.





Regardless of what your your table setting looks like, it is time you spend with those you love that is the most beautiful of all. I hope you enjoyed this blog and found a few ideas you can use to make your own.


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