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Friday, March 23, 2012

Easter Egg Hunt Centerpiece | Blue Eggs & Daffodils




Last week I posted a Spring table setting that featured bowls of heirloom blue and brown eggs lined up with bowls of planted daffodils down the center of the table.  I decided to make another setting with the same 'ingredients' inspired by my planted paperwhites from the Holidays.  I used the same wooden box in which the paperwhites were planted and I 'hid' the blue and brown eggs nestled in the moss.  I love that it is so simple, but seems whimsical at the same time - almost like a little patch cut out of someone's garden on Easter morning.




For a really easy place card, I wrote names on the brown eggs with a black fine point Sharpie.  I love simple table settings like these - they seem so fresh and understated but have lots of style.  Don't you think?  What will you be using to dress your Easter table?

7 comments:

  1. Hey
    This is a very nice Easter tabel, I find much inspiration In your blog :-)

    Regards
    Rikke from Denmark

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  2. This is lovely! Love the soft pastel colors. Can't wait to recreate when I have my own home. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  3. I adore this idea and the whole table is beautiful...love the blue plates!

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  4. Beautiful centerpiece. I would love to know where your glasses came from. I have been looking for some very similar (like Barefoot Contessa uses so often on her show). They are gorgeous. Thanks! Danielle B. at Welcome Company

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  5. Would love to know where the glasses are from as well. Thanks!

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