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Easter is one of my favorite holidays because it not only represents the Resurrection of Jesus, it also represents spring and all of it's beauty! Traditionally when you think of an Easter tablescape palette, you think of pastels such as soft pinks and baby blues, and light shades of yellow and green. This year, I chose to go with a hint of outdoor spring, which feels a bit more fresh and happy. I don't know about you, but I can always use more happy in my life! I added pops of blush pink to the botanical table runner and gold accents to each place setting. To bring the outdoors in, I opted to omit the tablecloth and create a more natural look. 

As I started to build the tablescape, I knew I wanted a more natural runner, one not made strictly of fabric, but of items you would find outdoors. Sprigs of lambs ear, boxwood, eucalyptus and peonies instantly came to mind. I happened to have all of those on hand, I simply laid two eucalyptus garlands side by side and intertwined them together. I then added in the lambs ear, boxwood sprigs and the blush pink peonies, which gave it a touch of color and softness. It came together beautifully and set tone for the rest of the table. The final touch was to add in a few paper mache bunnies to give the centerpiece texture.

Each place setting started with a dark colored teal cloth napkin, which grounded the table setting as well as gave it some depth. Burlap ruffle placemats tie in the natural elements of the rest of the table. While, simple white plates were covered with a light aqua dessert plate, some are plain while others have dainty white flowers on them. I like to mix and match the plates, napkins and glassware, while keeping in the same color family. This adds a little whimsy and fun to the tablescape. Topping each dinner plate are aqua napkins and a DIY paper bird nest, which were filled with blush pink speckled eggs. 

The beautiful aqua egg cups and blue and teal drinking glasses add in additional elements to the blue undertones of the tablescape. 

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I hope I have inspired you to set your own Easter Brunch Tablescape!