My theme for the table was inspired by a woodland spring and I used the wood stumps and wood chargers I had made last year for the foundation of the table. I found some ferns in the yard that I used for texture and color, and bought some moss and little bird nests that I scattered along the table. I put some pansies in little glass dishes, and used daffodils to add a pop of bright color. I used the glass domes to create some height and tucked little flowers I bought from the craft store for additional bits of color scattered throughout the table. I printed some antique Easter cards and put them at each place setting and put a daffodil over the plate for more color.
The centerpiece was based on a tray which can be anything – wire, wicker, wood etc. and I lined it with a piece of sod that I bought at Home Depot. Cut some flowering branches and stick them in the sod and hang mini ornaments on the branches. Place a few chocolate bunnies and some Easter candy under the branch. I used gerbers and daffodils and put them in little vases and scattered them around the centerpiece. I found some beautiful foiled wrapped chocolate eggs and put those around in egg cups and on the table.
For this Easter -Spring table I used long strands of ribbon and wove them down the center of the table. I put pansies in white ceramic pots (so I could plant them in the garden after the dinner party) and put ranunculus in little vases and scattered them down the center. I have some pretty hand painted eggs and little silk birds in nests that I scattered around.
I bought some wheat grass at the grocery store and put it in little votive holders and stuck silk butterflies on wires in them. I put a little Easter grass and placed some hand painted eggs around the table and used a decorative Easter tree and bunny for the centerpiece of the table and put some little ceramic bunnies and chicks around.
I put wheat grass in white ceramic pots and put peeps on skewers and stuck them in the wheat grass. I picked up little paper baskets at the dollar store and put some Easter grass and jelly beans at each place setting. I used little vases and put daffodils and ranunculus in them and scattered them down the table. I tied ribbons around the napkins for a punch of color.