With Easter just around the corner, cute little bunnies are starting to make their way out, don’t worry JUST the decorative ones. We are still only a ONE pet family ;). I love this time of year so much as we eagerly await some warmer weather, days spent outside playing with the kids, breathing fresh air and working in the gardens. I’m so happy to be teaming up with ChristmasTreeShopsandThat!, as well as talented group of bloggers to share lots of decorating ideas for Spring. I can’t wait to see how each blogger adds the wonderful array of products from ChristmasTreeShopsandThat!to their homes. If your here from the lovely Nikki from A Tufted Life, isn’t her home so beautiful? I just love her style!
You guys know I love decorating for every season and holiday, it’s how I express myself plus create a feeling of excitement and love in our home. I was so happy to make a trip to ChristmasTreeShopsandThat! to get ideas for my Easter tablescape. I use these shopping trips to inspire me and get my creative juices flowing for each decorative project. They have so many cute wreaths, signs and tabletop items! Visiting this store is always a treasure hunt to see what you can find. For me it’s about curating a look that’s my own style, choosing things that will work together and fit with the style of my home.
Now to the fun part, what did I pick up? I had great luck (as I always do!). I found the cutest bunny dinner plates, a bunny pillow, napkin rings, wood candle holders, plus so much more that I can’t wait to share! My inspiration led me to create a wood and pastel theme table- I want it to feel a little rustic yet also fresh for spring! First, I’m going to share an easy DIY tablescape idea with you that I made with this metal planter and bunny votives both from ChristmasTreeShopsandThat! I’ll try to LINK the items I can find online however a lot of items you’ll need to go in store to find. However they do have a lot of great spring products online, too!
From a craft store:
This centerpiece was so easy to make! I spray painted the long metal planter white. Once it dried I hot glued the small wood finials on the bottom corners to give it height. After that, I layered the floral foam, moss, eggs and some greenery. Lastly, I layered in the adorable bunny votives on either side of the metal planter.
I already owned the pale blue runner, the wood chargers and the white napkins.
What’s nice about a dried arrangement for a centerpiece is that unlike fresh tulips or florals, which will only last a week or two, this will last the entire season. I like that it is low in height so you can see and chat with your guests across the table. I also love the texture of the spanish moss. I honestly think this may be one of my favorite tablescapes, it’s not too fussy and really pretty/cozy looking. I didn’t set the full table with glassware and utensils because I like how simple it looks and that I could leave it set up like this as Easter approaches.
I’m so happy I chose the wood and pastel tones. I love how they work so beautiful together. The wood really grounds all the colors and makes it feel so warm and inviting. I think these mini bunny napkin ring holders might be my favorite item from the whole shopping trip. How cute are they?!
I love how this pillow adds a cute pop of color in this corner! ChristmasTreeShopsandThat! had so many great spring pillow options and all priced very reasonably.
Spray painting the metal white, makes the pastels and moss/greenery stand out so much more. I love how cute the little wooden legs look too.
Well there it is, my Spring table with ChristmasTreeShopsandThat! What do you guys think of the wood and pastel combo? It’s soft and subtle and I don’t mind leaving it up all the way through April! I hope you give this simple centerpiece DIY a try this season. It really was so fun to make. Thank you all for stopping by and supporting my blog. If you have a chance please head over to these other lovely blogs to see their creative ideas as well. Next up on the hop is my friend Lindsay from https://www.aratariathome.com