Blue and White Easter Tablescape with Charming Sugar Baskets
If you’re new to Pizzazzerie – first of all, Welcome! – and here you’ll find lots of Easter inspiration. Easter is one of my very favorite holidays, and I enjoy sharing my Easter table decor with you every year. I have all the past years of Easter decor organized here in my Ultimate Guide to Easter Tables! From there you can click through to each table to read more details.
Back to this year’s blue and white Easter tablescape…
I absolutely love pale blue hues and much of my home is decorated in this soft and serene color. I thought it would make a beautiful color scheme for my Easter tablescape this year, so my wheels started turning.
Blue & White Floral Tablecloth
One of my favorite charming details!
I couldn’t find a light blue and white tablecloth that I loved, so my mom (the best DIYer) suggested we make our own! I headed straight to one of my favorite sources for fabric (when I can’t find what I’m looking for locally) – Spoonflower.
I spotted this fabric here, ordered it, and we sewed it to the perfect size for my dining room table. I absolutely love how it turned out. We even used extra fabric to make a few napkins that are perfect for lining baskets for rolls or biscuits or other goodies.
Easter Egg Tree Centerpiece
A simple and stunning centerpiece!
We had an old Christmas tree that was gold that we hadn’t used in years so we gave it a pretty makeover with white spray paint for a simple Easter centerpiece.
We hung a variety of Easter eggs collected over the years along with the cutest, tiny 2″ sugar baskets piped with royal icing. I love the mini size of these sweet baskets! All the various pastel colors came together so beautifully for a whimsical and elegant Easter table!
We made individual sugar baskets for each place setting to hold mini chocolate eggs. I absolutely love this sweet idea. The sugar baskets make the sweetest take-home Easter favor for kids and adults alike. Learn how to make the Sugar Baskets in my tutorial here!
I adore the white scalloped dinner plates (they’re a true white which I love) from Williams-Sonoma. They also come in a pretty salad-size plate! My eyelet-edged napkins are from Frontgate from a couple of years ago.
Around the Easter tree centerpiece, we added lots of our mini white ceramic bunnies. I have collected so many white bunnies over the years and many of them have little vases too. They’re perfect for miniature arrangements of florals!
For florals, I wanted to keep things simple since we had a large Easter egg tree centerpiece. Simple blue and white arrangements (I love blue hydrangeas) and touches of garden greenery made for pretty floral touches!
This tablescape could easily be tailored to your own color scheme. Peachy pinks or pale greens would also be beautiful. I hope you can see that adding collections of bunnies and a simple DIY Easter egg tree can transform a table into a gorgeous Easter brunch tablescape.
If you want to make the sugar baskets, be sure to check out the tutorial here. If you’d rather find a simpler way to achieve the same look, you can add a simple bowl or cute treat bag of chocolates tied with a coordinating ribbon!
I hope you’re inspired to set a pretty Easter table this year! Thanks for taking a look at mine!
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I am a new follower and absolutley love everything about this table! So fresh and elegant. I have been making panoramic sugar eggs all week and I adore the sweet baskets! What a pretty, creative idea!
Thank you so much, Beth!
This tablescape is absolutely beautiful!! I love the soft powder blue and white color combo, it’s so elegant, but also approachable. I only wish I possessed your talent to make my own linens. My Easter dessert table linens…. my daughter’s old baby blankets 🤷♀️😂 Thanks for some beautiful inspiration ❤
Hi Courtney. This is absolutely beautiful! I am in love with the fabric. I looked on the site you linked and the fabric is 42 inches wide. My table width is 46 inches and I would like a 10 inch drop on either side. Where did you hide the seam to add the extra width for your table?
Hi Lisa! The seam is down the middle. Because of the design of the fabric, I don’t find it as noticeable as a solid color design. It’s there, but with the centerpiece and decor, it doesn’t bother me at all!