With Easter just a little over a week away, I have been thinking about our Easter brunch tablesetting. My sister is due with her first child THIS WEEK, so we are anticipating that we’ll be doing brunch at home this year (vs years past when we would go out for brunch). When it comes to Easter, I have a love of carrots. And bunnies. But definitely carrots. I think it’s really the pop of orange that I love! Do you remember this carrot centerpiece from last year?!
I put together this Easter brunch tablesetting for the Spring issue of The Party Dress Magazine, using some white basics, and pops of color that I am so craving these days. I set the table with a white eyelet tablecloth and then layered it with my woven charger plates and basic white plates. I combined a solid orange napkin with a green and white striped napkin, and tied a bunch of straw carrots to it with twine. An egg placecard (personalized with glitter – post coming next week!) was nestled on top of the napkin.
Each placesetting was accented with a bunny cupcake stand from Pottery Barn, holding a carrot-topped cupcake. To add texture to the floral centerpiece, I filled the vase with white eggs, and also used pewter bunny salt & pepper shakers.
Forgoing the traditional jelly beans, I served up candy that looked like peas and carrots (also from candywarehouse.com).