Rustic Chic Easter Brunch Table
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We are prepping our table for Easter Brunch today! This year, we decided to go for a rustic chic table setting–we kept the linens crisp and white, used our basketweave white place settings, and added touches of natural wood and greenery.
Here’s a breakdown of all of the components we used; hopefully it will help you to plan your table this weekend!
-White every day dishes in a simple basketweave design.
-Silverware from Restoration Hardware.
-Our favorite Glasses from Tiffany & Co.
-Linen napkins (with a DIY you’ll see in another post!).
-DIY mini boxwood wreath (small clippings of boxwood attached in a round with floral wire or tape).
-Pink and white striped ribbon flag for under the wreath.
-DIY Place card/banner cut with a cutting machine, then hand lettered.
-Daffodils from our friends at The Bloomery (Look at those little tiny ones! They’re adorable!) in a simple white container (any white vase, or even a mason jar would do).
–Farmhouse Wooden Serving Plank from Magnolia Market (a wonderful birthday gift last year!).
-Bunny Serving Platter from Williams Sonoma (a collection from a past year).
-Stone Bunny Decor from Target (also from a past collection).
The cute little stone (ceramic?) bunny, Check the Smith & Hawken section at Target–if he is still available, that’s where you’ll find him.
And a closer shot of those darling little miniature daffodils!
Aren’t these Daffodils from The Bloomery GORGEOUS!? Such a simple reminder of Easter and Spring!
We’ll be sharing our Easter preparations over the next two days, so check back soon!
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