Artichoke Easter

If you’ve still not decided what to do for your Easter Sunday table, I hope this will serve as inspiration and a jump start! I’m still test driving Easter tablescapes, and no, still no dining chairs…or area rugs…or artwork.😢

The inspiration for this tablescape? “Tivoli Garden” dishes by Mikasa! Wildflowers casually dancing around the dish rims make this pattern an easy one to fall for. I also slid a green cabbage plate from Bordallo Pinheiro and a lacy white plate from Pier 1 into the stack. Faux bamboo flatware, pastel napkins gathered with butterfly napkin rings, and aubergine Z Gallerie stemware complete the place setting.

This table for five has an offset centerpiece that allows the table to look more balanced and provides center space for placing serving dishes. The “centerpiece” itself is more utilitarian, too, serving as a functioning dessert prep area. M&Ms on ice cream…yeah, baby!!! (Serving dishes from Home Goods)

Ranunculus in a small white vase provides color and texture on the vitrine. The cake stand is from Home Goods.

I’ve got one more of three Easter tablescapes to consider before making my final decision on Friday. (First one was Lettuce Talk About Easter.) I’ll post the final one tomorrow! Meanwhile, I hope you’re a lot farther ahead in your planning than I am…and that you have chairs!

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11 thoughts on “Artichoke Easter

  1. Hi, Alycia! So good to see your post pop up! LOVE your table and Mikasa plates. I also like the idea of the offset centerpiece. We’ll be delivering Easter baskets to the 4 sets of grandchildren , so there’s no official dinner this year: still not comfortable with a family gathering yet. Thank you for sharing your lovely space. Enjoy your Holiday.
    Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

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  2. The pastels! The stemware! The bunny! Gorgeous flowers everywhere! Are those artificial flowers? Where do you find such beautiful ones? Wait, I know, you have some sort of connections in the trade, right? I can never find anything that pretty locally. You’ve done it again. Wonderful!

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  3. So lovely. The artichokes are a wonderful addition. We all love pastels. The dishware is so pretty with the wildflowers. Love the lavender. Another beautiful table to enjoy. I hope you have a wonderful Easter.

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  4. Love your table, Alycia! The plate stack, your purple napkins and napkin rings and your offset centerpiece (love that idea, by the way!) make a lovely Easter celebratory space! So good to see your post today!
    Have a Happy Easter,
    Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

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  5. I am swooning over the purple goblets Alycia, those are gorgeous! I love the pink ranunculus and fresh artichokes, they look so pretty and sing Spring! I hope you have a blessed and wonderful Easter, that cake looks amazing!
    Jenna

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  7. Gorgeous Alycia!!…I so love the pops of purple in the beautiful goblets and napkins…oh how so beautifully you set a table!! …. and the beautiful surprise?….the artichoke!…fabulous!!!
    Hope you had a wonderful Easter…a little late to the party!

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