Bright and Cheery Easter Table

This year for Easter I went with a bright and cheery color scheme of coral, navy and yellow for my Easter Table.

Putting together this tablescape was a little tricky since coral, navy, and yellow are not the traditional Easter colors. By pulling together some DIY projects and shopping around my home as well as some stores I was able to make this table come together just like I imagined it.

First I shopped around my house and came up with my layered table runners. I used a multi colored blue and jute runner that I bought at Target a few summers back as a base and then layered my favorite long neutral table runner on top. I think the two make a nice combo for the table.

Then I pulled out my white ceramic bunny rabbits to add to the table. I put my two small sized rabbits on the table along with my tiny salt and pepper bunny rabbit shakers.

One of my first DIY’s for this Easter table was to make these wooden painted eggs. I knew that I wasn’t going to find any Easter eggs in the colors to match my table so I decided to paint some. I just love the look of these little wooden eggs. They are smaller then your typical plastic Easter Eggs and are fun to get creative with. Check out my full tutorial here.

I created these little tea cup nests by placing some green foliage napkin rings in them and placed some eggs on top.

Once my bunny rabbits and painted Easter eggs were on the table I added in my floral centerpieces. The two white hyacinths I bought from Target years ago. I use them every spring in my decor. You just can’t go wrong with white flowers.

The coral flower centerpiece I made using some store bought faux flowers and filler and made my own centerpiece. I shared all of my tips and tricks in my tutorial on How to make a Faux Floral Centerpiece.

I also got the rare chance of taking a few pictures of my dining room hutch. It is such a difficult spot to take pictures of because of the windows flanking the hutch and little to no natural light in the front of it.

I really love this hutch and I am excited that I get to finally show it off a little bit. I was drawn to this hutch by the details along the doors and those cute little cubbies on each side of the door. It also fit perfectly between the sets of windows! It was the perfect piece to put here.

I added some bunnies to the hutch as well as my barn quilt sign that I painted and some blue and white pottery to tie in with my Easter table.

My mini barn quilt sign inspired my to make my Geometric wall art. I hung it up above my side table to add a little bit more blue to the space.

I added my this DIY Spring egg wreath to my mudroom door to add more of that Coral, Navy and Yellow pops of color. This is such an inexpensive craft that you can customize to fit your decor.

As luck would have it I found these navy blue bunny rabbit plates from hobby lobby! They were the perfect touch to my Bright and cheery Easter table. They are honestly so cute!

I layered the blue bunny plates with a yellow gingham napkin tucked under them and placed them on top of my white Ikea plates. Then finished off the look with my grapevine charger from hobby lobby.

All of this put together make for a bright and cheery Easter table. I love my non traditional Easter tablescape. I hope this inspires you to decorate in a way that you love even if it is not the typical way, because I love my Coral, Navy and yellow themed Easter table and I hope you do too!

This Easter tablescape combines the bright and cheery colors of coral, navy and yellow and is packed full of DIY's to help you create your own custom Easter tablescape. #easter #eastertable #eastertheme #easterdecor #diyeaster #diyeastercrafts

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