Guest post by: Lyndsey Zorich of L.Avenue Blog.
My oh my, how the time flies! It feels like yesterday we were showcasing our tartan Christmas tabletop, and here we are, back at that same place preparing for Easter Sunday.
We were so pleased with how our Valentine’s table in all shades of pink turned out that we opted to use the same Herend china pattern for this Easter entertaining spread that would suit any springtime soirée.
I was initially intimidated by the thought of all these greens clashing, particularly with the fabric of our chairs, but I think it really came together beautifully for a fresh, clean feel. We filled in with bright whites and yellow blooms to show our appreciation for the sunnier and longer days ahead.
We layered the fishscale dinner plate with the Chinese bouquet dessert plate as it’s actually slightly larger than the salad plate. I love these lemon branch napkin rings that really make the look feel complete.
We alternated between it and another yellow style with more sleek lines as not to overwhelm the already dolled up dining room.
This looks like the ideal place to gather round with my fam in our Sunday morning fashions and fuel up before an afternoon Easter egg hunt.
I always love repurposing a pitcher as a centerpiece for florals, and this one was the perfect fit. See all the other details below to inspire your springtime entertaining spreads. Blink and you’ll miss the season, so be sure to savor it!
Thank you for this beautiful Easter post, Lyndsey!