I haven't pulled together my Easter tablescape elements yet this year. I don't even really have the theme quite in mind yet, other than Yellow. Yellow hasn't been done here for Easter, and it sounds so refreshing and bright!
Please come with me and revisit some tablescapes done in past years here at Opulent Cottage. We'll start with an Outdoor Easter Table. This was the first year I had acquired my parents' Metlox Pink Lady wedding china, set with silver, shabby candlesticks, and some sweet pink striped napkins.
I still swoon over these pretty coffee cups.
One of my readers' favorite tables was this pretty romantic lunch table, using the black and white toile plates from Tabletops Unlimited. The original post is found here.
These plates are no longer available anywhere that I have found, but they do pop up on Ebay every now and then. Just in case you're looking :)
This grocery-store purchased Churchill and sweet pink roses would be lovely for a spring or Easter luncheon. This tablescape was inspired by the beautiful book Tabletops. (Original post here)
It's hard to conjure anything prettier than a teapot and pink roses.
And always perfect for any spring gathering, the classic Bordallo cabbage plates are such a lovely compliment to yellow roses and ivy. Original post here.
This could be recreated with the painted pears from yesterday's post!
Thank you for coming by to see my past tablescapes! I may share a few more next week, also, and am hopeful that I will have our Easter table to show. Today I'm joining:
Debbie's Springtacular Tablescapes at Refresh Restyle
Susan's Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch
Shirley's Tablescape Party at Housepitality Designs
Debra's Vintage Inspiration Friday at Common Ground
Courtney's Feathered Nest Friday at French Country Cottage
Cindy's Show and Tell Friday at My Romantic Home
Seasonal Sundays at The Tablescaper
Judy's Swing Into Spring at DIY Be Design