Easter is just around the corner, and that can only mean one thing… we are here to deliver Easter Sunday brunch Tablescape ideas and shots that will wow! Thankfully we are connected to some of the best industry professionals out there and they were willing to share some of their best-kept secret tips just for our readers! Scroll on to read every last detail!
Any Easter table has to have pastels! Pastels can be incorporated in so many beautiful ways including floral, dishes, place cards, desserts, and linens. After a long winter, everyone is happy to see the bright pastels signify the start of spring and warmer weather. -Valarie Falvey of Kirkbrides Wedding Planning & Design
It’s all in the details! Personalize your place settings, incorporate citrus and fruit into your floral design, add texture to the tablescape through your napkins and linen, and don’t be afraid of bright color combos this Easter instead of the traditional pastel color palette. -Danielle + Hannah, Joyfully Gathered
Event Planner: Bridal Bliss
Photographer: Max Monte Photography
For a gorgeous Easter tablescape, we really love a bright lush table however leaning into pastels and spring tones can provide for a beautiful theme as well! –HoneyFitz Events
Nothing says spring like bright fluffy florals and just in case anyone needed an excuse for an elevated brunch, Easter is right around the corner! Celebrate with vibrant tones, dramatic prints, humorous crossword puzzles, an afternoon buzz and all the sweets. – Nora Sheils, Founder of Bridal Bliss
Adding a pop of color is always a fun way to brighten your table, especially for Easter! Weaving a color through elements such as florals, napkin detailing or printed materials is a great way to add that subtle yet bright décor statement. Yellow can always bring a happy and bright tone to your setting. Pepper in this color by keeping to a neutral palette, and add pops of yellow or your chosen color at each place setting with a ribbon tied around napkins. You can also incorporate the pop of color by using the ribbon tied around a small takeaway, such as a candle, at each seat for your guests to take home. – Erin Sprinkel, Sterling Social
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