Have you started thinking about how you’re going to celebrate Easter this year? If you’re struggling to get inspired with your Easter table decorating ideas, Decorator’s Notebook some excellent ideas for you!
In this article, we’ll give you some great ideas for a beautiful Spring tabletop - let’s take a look…
Opt for natural materials, seasonal blooms, and plenty of Easter treats.
Natural materials are sustainable, biodegrade and can be reused, making them perfect for Easter table styling.
To make the most of this beautiful season, don’t be afraid to bring the outside in, and get creative by decorating with seasonal flowers, such as colourful and cheerful tulips and daffodils.
Decorator’s Notebook has some lovely handmade brass planters for your seasonal blooms or plants, which would make an exquisite centrepiece or table decoration. You might want to add in a few large sprigs of foilage from the garden for a unique display.
If you have children or grandchildren, why not get them involved, too? They would love painting hardboiled eggs, helping you make fun hand felted Easter decorations, and decorating the table with Easter treats.
As a special surprise, consider displaying a pile of chocolate Easter treats for the young ones on one of Decorator’s Notebook’s artisan-made platters.
We also have some delightful, fair trade Nepalese characters that will keep the children occupied for hours.
Choose a soft colour palette.
This is the time of year to use bright and cheerful colours for table decorating. Why not create a happiness-inducing table theme with some spring yellow and green tableware?
Decorator’s Notebook has a range of pretty, fair trade yellow and green tableware that would be just perfect for an Easter meal with family and friends.
If you’re not a fan of yellow and green or you’re looking for some items that you can use year-round, why not consider our range of beautiful, handmade indigo wine and water glassware?
Use natural materials.
Spring evokes feelings of reawakening and wanting to be outdoors, so why not incorporate plenty of natural materials onto your Easter table?
Decorator’s Notebook sells exquisite, sustainable wooden mango serving boards that are ideal for sharing foods, bread and cake. These have been made by local artisans, and you’ll be hard-pressed to find anything similar in a high street home decor store.
Our sustainable jute placemats bring a natural touch to your table, while our coasters in lovely Easter colours complement them perfectly.
Create an informal table setting
Easter meals are typically formal affairs but they don’t have to be, especially if you have young children around!
If you decide to opt for an informal table setting, you can still incorporate pretty tableware to delight your guests.
Having an informal table setting has the benefit of making everyone feel relaxed and happy, whether you plan on making a big family lunch, or a hearty Easter breakfast.
If you need some extra goodies for an informal Easter meal, browse Decorator’s Notebook’s range of cheese knives, that make great additions for your final course.
Add antique brass.
Antique brass is a classic and adds a timeless element to any table setting. Since it never goes out of fashion, you could use it year after year.
If you’re looking to add some elegance to your table setting, antique brass will definitely do the trick.
Here at Decorator’s Notebook, we have some hand-etched antique brass vases that are ideal for displaying flowers or greenery.
We also have some sustainably-made animal brass spoons for pots of honey or jam for your hot cross buns and to delight the children.
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