How to create a vintage inspired Easter table

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With everyone at home this weekend for Easter, I wanted to share how to create a vintage Inspired Easter Table setting in hopes of inspiring you to create something pretty for your family.  Whether for Easter or to simply elevate your everyday dining  this look can be easily created.  Best part? I shopped my home for everything!

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How to create a vintage inspired Easter table

I shopped my home for all of these items (except the flowers) and decided on pink pastel dinner plates layered with white salad plates from Anthropologie ( I mixed + matched two styles). To create this look you’ll also need cotton or linen napkins, flatware, stemless wine or juice glasses, vintage boards, Vintage canning jars and milk bottles , a cloche filled with cookies or baked goods,  candles, and flowers or foraged branches from your yard.

The goal here is to create a relaxed, organic, and curated look  ~ effortlessly, so use whatever you have on hand. Mix and match plates, linens, and play around with the placement of your centerpiece.  We like to eat family style so I always need to leave room for food.  Pretty + functional is the goal with easy-to-grab cookies, roles, or berries.

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You don’t need to buy or spend a lot to create a center piece with fresh flowers.  Try setting out a few vases and adding single flowers or choose a simple variety or filler pieces from your local market.

This bunny was a baby shower gift when I was pregnant with my daughter.  I love having her taking a seat here at the table. This throw is currently marked down and is perfect for spring and summer.  You can find the striped handwoven pillow case here.

I was lucky to find these pastel colored pasture raised eggs at the market the other day.  They are lovely and need no dye.  We enjoy cooking and will have the usual spread: quiche, eggs, ham and I’ll be making rich and creamy potatoes au-gratin and serving these simple cut out cookies.  They are so yummy and almost too pretty to eat ( but we will)!  Read the recipe here.

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