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Easter is one of the only holidays where I give my kids 90% control and allow them to rule the coop in terms of giving them all the complete freedom in how we spend this holiday and what color to paint the eggs. Yep, I like to take the laid back vibe and sprinkle little bits of “mommy” into the planning while remembering the true purpose of this wonderful holiday. With that in mind and knowing how much I appreciate a well put together tablescape, I put together one of the most whimsically chic Easter table settings that both adults and kids will appreciate.
Since moving to the wild wild west…Texas, tumbleweed and all, World Market has been one of my favorite stores to shop. They have the latest style and for the most part, every style I can think of is represented in that store. I feel so thankful to have such a vibrant, trendy store at my finger tips because I live in the middle of nowhere and prior to me moving here, I thought there would not be anything here. Anyhow, back to my spring table setting idea, I am very much of a mix and match designer so I scouted World Market to create an eclectic Easter table setting idea rich in color and whim. World Market has so much fun spring decor to liven up your space after a long winter. That alone sounds so refreshing!! Another plus, they have nice items there to help you when decorating Easter baskets for your little one(s). So much fun, right? You can find your closest Cost Plus World Market store, HERE!
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When I was envisioning how I would set my table, I was thinking in terms of layers. The runner would run in the middle of the table with a few jadeite cake stands planked on top of the runner in varying heights, decorated in moss with an Easter terrarium sitting on them. The food is nicely displayed and the mushroom decor and candles will be used as fillers. Since I love to layer things, I thought it would only be appropriate to use different types of dishes (instead of a matching set) to make this table come alive with the top dish being the cute vintage bunny plates. This gives it that child-like attribute and the kids will love it. Since this is such a memorable holiday, I would top off this table setting with a nicely printed napkin, fancy silverware, and my nice “special” occasion glassware. The good thing about this whole table setting idea is that it has that spring touch and can be used any time of the day. So if you are serving brunch that day, it is a go and if you decide you want to do dinner, hey, it still looks good!