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Easter Party Decoration Ideas

April 13, 2017

Hello decor8 readers! I am amazed by all of the inspiration for Easter in the online community right now, aren’t you? Bloggers and IG’ers alike seem to be more than ready for the holidays. I decided to follow along! By the way, this is Anke with my monthly Tabletop column for decor8 and this month, I’m going for a very natural table decoration for a peaceful Easter. I hope that you will like it.

Easter Party Decoration Ideas

I’m a big fan of colorful tabletop themes, especially in spring. However, I also like decoration that is reduced to a very natural palette in black, white, brown and green. Ever since I painted the popular floral motif of Royal Copenhagen porcelain manufacture on blown out white eggs (with an Edding pen) two years ago, I always take them out shortly before Easter weekend. This year they teamed up with beautiful oval paper ornaments from Bungalow which can be found at wunderschoen-gemacht-Shop.

Easter Party Decoration Ideas

Some Royal Copenhagen Black Fluted Mega tableware turned into small tealight holders made the perfect match. A recurrent pattern always has an harmonic effect, don’t you think?

Easter Party Decoration Ideas

For the name tags I printed the initials of my guests on thin cardboard and cropped it in egg-shape. Afterwards I just tied it to the cake forks with some rustic twine.

Easter Party Decoration Ideas

The napkins are checked cotton kitchen towels, I simply cut in two parts and lined the open sides.

Easter Party Decoration Ideas

Where I live, it’s easy to buy white, pink and peach-colored blossoming twigs at the florists and weekly market for a month or so. I used this slim window to go out and but some fresh branches as they are so typical for Easter season! On the branches, I hung the eggs I had painted and some of the ornaments from Bungalow.

Do you decorate branches for Easter in your part of the world too? It is very common here in Germany.

Easter Party Decoration Ideas

The Easter cake you see consists of three layers of coffee-sponge-cake (just add some cold, strong Espresso to your fave sponge cake recipe), a mascarpone cream with finely chopped coffee-flavoured dark chocolate and all kinds of chocolate Easter eggs.

Easter Party Decoration Ideas

So that is my tabletop for this month! I’m wishing you and your family a happy and sunny Easter holiday. Have a beautiful time until I see you again in the month of May! – Anke

(Photos + Styling – Anke Illner)






3 Comments

  • Reply Kayleigh Wright April 13, 2017 at 9:28 pm

    That cake looks amazing! I really love the name tags tied to the forks and the eggs hanging from the blossom branch. Some really lovely ideas here!

    Kayleigh

  • Reply Charlotte Lindsay April 13, 2017 at 10:19 pm

    I am having a large Easter brunch this year and have been looking at all of the tabletop inspiration and I have to say, this is by far one of my favorites. I love that you can tell this space is decorated for Easter, without it being overwhelming or screaming “welcome to Easter brunch!”

  • Reply Te Esse by Velvet April 17, 2017 at 11:03 pm

    I loved the white blossom twigs as a centerpiece. Where I live (in Greece) we use wild flowers that grow in the countryside that add on so many different pops of color. This is definitely a more “Scandinavian” type of tablescape that is very appealing because of its serene color-sense. Loved it!

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