Entertain in Style with our Inspiring Sensational Spring Table Setting Ideas & Hosting Tips!
Pastels add a touch of traditionalism to Easter decor. Decorating in pastels can be done very easily from adding spring flowers and sweet vases to integrating pastel candels and textiles into your table design. Add a pop of pastel softness to painted eggs, cakes or cupcakes for a delicate feminen look.
Take inventory. Glimpse over your tableware and entertaining essentials at least one week before Easter to make sur eyou have everything you need and have enough time to either buy or borrow any extra items needed.
Scandinavian design is trending in home design and interior decor. The idea is to pair natural elements such as stone, wood and glass with soft spring accents such as feathers, flowers, eggs and twigs. This charming style is both simplistic and elegant.
While the kids are enjoying the annual Easter Egg Hunt, adults can enjoy brunch cocktails such as a fun interactive Mimosa Bar or Bloody Mary Bar. Set out Different types of champagne and various infused vodkas (now a days you can find infused vodkas flavored with bacon, horseradish, and pepper), and include fun mixers such as fresh nectars, fruits, and savor toppings like olives, cured bacon, and various hot sauces. Cheers!
Traditionally Easter is a holiday full of colorful spring decorations, but for those who want to go with a modern look, they are in luck because neutrals such as camel, white and even black are trending for Easter 2016. Black and White eggs decorated in intricate patterns add to the look, while accents of rough wood, twine and even concrete add an industrial and
raw spin to the design.
Playful food is a fun and unique way to entertain this Easter. Examples include serving hashbrown eggs benedict baskets that are a total show-stopper when displayed on your Easter buffet or as a single plated dish. The eggs are cooked directly into the hashbrown "baskets" that we form with homemade hashbrowns. Top them off with a creamy hollandaise sauce for the perfect accent.
When we think charming vintage we think shabby chic. Blend fabrics such as lace, velvet or even burlap with vintage paper, decoupage eggs, and crystal highlight the look. Other fun items to use in your decor include nests, feathers, and porcelian animal figures.
Showcase an Easter dessert table. Whether you are hosting an outdoor affair or keeping the party inside, incorporating vintage chic side tables to display elegant easter cakes and desserts that guests can help themselves to are a great way to celebrate the holiday! Feature desserts such as pastel macarons, light an airy shooters, or bold fruit cobblers that feature seasonal
ingredients a flavors.
METALLIC & GOLD
Metallics are making there way into the color palette for Spring. Metallics can be incorporated in numerous ways, from table settings or napking rings to gold vases and even chic metallic eggs. These accents bring a chic, yet unexpected look to your design.
How to make foled easter eggs. We found these tips on HGTV for making metallic foil eggs. Metallic eggs are a great way to incorporate seasonal color trends like rosegold and copper into your decor.
White is classic, pure and calming. Use bright or soft whites on your Easter table to channel an angelic, and soothing feel. White can be incorporated through linen, candels, and all things white in color. From white florals to natural white eggs, pairing shades and hues of white give depth and dimension
to a pale palette.
Set up some fun Easter crafts for the kids! We love the ideas featured on Country Living. From pom-pom easter chicks to peep houses, these crafts will keep the kids busy for hours and start new family traditions for
years to come.