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Thursday, March 21, 2024


Hello everyone, we've officially made it to Spring!  I'm so happy to be sharing my Easter Table with you today.  As usual, for the most part I used what I already had and I always try to mix and match things a little differently.  I sourced everything I could all together at the end of the post.  

I did buy a new tablecloth, I think I'm officially collecting gingham ones in every color!  This one has the cutest scallop edge.  It's the most polyester of polyesters, but that means it's super easy care and basically indestructible.  

Oops, I also bought some new placemats/chargers.  😂  I shared these with you in last week's Five Friday Favorites.  I've long admired their  pricey inspiration ($100+ for 4!) but came across these at 2/$10 and scooped them up fast!  

These little vintage lamb salt cellars are adorable, I found them at an estate sale in my neighborhood years ago.  They're more decorative for me than utilitarian, but I love using them at Easter especially as a reminder of Jesus, the Lamb of God, and the new life that He gives!

I used some fresh flowers from Trader Joe's but one of these types is faux in the centerpieces... can you tell which one? 

I found the pink and green jellybeans at Walmart with the Easter candy the other day, they are Sour Patch Watermelon- they coordinate perfectly and once the kids are around they won't last long! 


A sweet friend gave me these angels at Christmas, and as I thought about my Easter table this year I knew I wanted them to have a place on it.  These candle holders have always reminded me of crowns, so they fit in just right to represent our Risen King as well.  

But the angel said to the women, “Do not be afraid, for I know that you seek Jesus who was crucified. He is not here, for He has risen, as he said." Matthew 28:5-6a ESV

I got a small group of yellow Secla dishes and glasses several years ago from FB Marketplace.  I debated selling the glasses but changed my mind, they're too pretty!  All I can think when I see them is that they are filled with Mountain Dew... ha!  

Gingham Tablecloth  ||  Woven Placemats/Chargers  ||  Blue Willow Dishes  ||  Green Scalloped Plates  ||  Pink Rim Plates- thrifted  ||  Napkins ||  Faux Bamboo Flatware here or here  ||  Yellow Dishes and Glasses
Cane Pattern Pots- At Home (sprayed them white)  ||  Faux Pink Ranunculus  ||  Wall Art- Pink Moth Print and Blue Moth Print

Thank you so much for visiting today!  If you'd like more table inspiration, click here and enjoy years of previous tablescapes!  Also, I joined a talented group of fellow tablescape loving friends who shared their Easter tables on Insttagram today.  Click here and see a list of them in my caption, just click on each name there to visit them too.  Pretty prettty!  

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  1. The link for the inexpensive woven charger is broken:-(

  2. Beautiful table Jennifer! I love your bright color sense!

  3. I love your table scapes! They provide so much inspiration.

  4. Beautiful and cheery as always! And I love how so many of your table items reference the true meaning of Easter. Can you tell me the brand and pattern name of your thrifted pink china? It's beautiful. Your plate stack is gorgeous.

    1. Thank you! It's Homer Laughlin. I think the pattern might be Laurel but I'm not sure. It's hard to find, I need a few more pieces!

  5. It all looks so beautiful Jennifer. Thank you.

  6. I love how you set the table, especially the painted white planters. The angels and crowns are very appropriate. Do you have a source for the crowns? Happy Easter to your family!

  7. Beautiful. Love the bright colors.

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  9. I have missed you!! The angels brought a tear to my eye, and the scripture verse was just what I needed today-simply stunning! Thank you for the Easter treat!


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