We had such an amazing time celebrating Easter with my family in South Georgia. I wasn’t ready to leave! Honestly, I could have stuck around for just a little more sweet tea 🙂 We were super busy as usual. We hunted Easter eggs, went fishing, went shopping, had a joint birthday party, went out to dinner and went to church, of course! So. Blessed. Since it was baby Banks’ first Easter, I wanted to help my Mama with the table setting and lucky for me… she said yes! Here is a glimpse of our Easter tablescape. I also snuck in a few pictures of my family at the end of the post.
We used my Mama’s teal tablecloth for the main table and her white tablecloth for the side table. As our family has grown, so has the number of place settings we need. I just adore that. The more, the merrier!
I brought my gold chargers that I also used here and here. They just seem to dress everything up a bit! We used my Mama’s white dinner plates for a clean look. More bunny holder napkin rings were a must and what table is complete without fresh flowers?!
I’ve always loved this little moss bunny. I added it in for a little whimsy. Especially, for my three year old to enjoy!
These gold leaf decorative eggs came from pre-made bunting. I simply cut the rope off of the bunting so I could use the little eggs individually.
More bunny straws too!
Another little bunny friend came with me from my birthday lunch with Lauren on Friday before we headed south. She included this in a super cute bday gift basket with all sorts of goodies! How precious is this?!
I used my tried-and-true Easter wreath I’ve had for years to surround the flowers in the center of the main table. I also placed two small glass vases flanking each side of the flowers that held some matching, decorative craft eggs.
The table turned out lovely! Lunch was delish, of course. Hope your Easter was filled with family, food, friends, fun, happiness and joy in celebrating our Risen Savior!
As I mentioned, here are some photos of my sweet family! Couldn’t help it.