With winter in the rearview mirror and Easter around the corner, it’s time to get hopping and start planning your Easter celebration. Whether you are planning a formal or informal gathering, let your tablescape set the tone. Here are all the elements you need to make the magic happen.
1. Select a color palette. Traditionally, Easter colors are pastel pink, green, yellow and Robin’s egg blue but a monochromatic palette works equally as well.
2. As the backdrop of your design, your tablecloth should be a neutral color that works well with your palette. Fabrics from burlap to linen are all good choices.
3. The focal point of your design is your centerpiece. Create your own floral arrangement with the simple instructions below.
Select and cut at least 3 different types (and heights) of flowers and greenery. Using pruning shears or a floral knife to cut stems at a 45-degree angle. Select a container for your arrangement and make your bouquet about one and a half times taller than its container. After removing the leaves from the bottom of the stems, begin your arrangement placing by the greens around the perimeter of the container. Add the tallest flowers first. Arrange smaller flowers throughout, in groups of three. Place the stems in the container at an angle and rotate the vase frequently to ensure balance Fill in any gaps with greenery, grasses or branches.
4. Create a signature drink, in keeping with your colors. Pink champagne or pink lemonade?
5. Both decorative and delectable, everyone loves a candy bar. Use glass jars of varying sizes and heights to display your colorful candy.
6. Add your favorite finishing touches for a happier Easter.
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As lead Kitchen and Bath Designer for Waypoint Living Spaces®, my goal is to become a partner and support you in the creation of beautiful living spaces. As a busy mother of two, I have a true understanding and appreciation for a well-designed, functional space. That's why I'm here - to deliver expert support and content that makes your job easier. Together, let's achieve exactly what you have in mind!
Jennifer LeMarr, CKBD
Certified Kitchen and Bath Designer