As promised in yesterday’s post, today I am sharing a moss inspired Easter tablescape! I have been having a lot of fun playing with moss this week and this Easter table is no exception. I like the understated elegance. It’s not super fussy although it is very romantic.
As I mentioned yesterday, this moss monogram tag was the inspiration for the table. I liked the juxtaposition of the rustic moss with the elegant golden swirls of the frame on the plate. It’s an interesting blend. Even though I’m not a particularly formal gal, I seem to crave touches of elegance and this table provides that.
I purposefully did not put a cloth on the table, I wanted the wood to show through to keep everything from feeling too stuffy. I love how the gold flatware sparkles just like jewelry!
Normally I don’t blend too many shades of green, but today I did and I love the soothing effect of these tones. By repeating the colors in different parts of the table, it helps this to all “work.”
These glasses (an antique store find a few years ago) are like tiny stained glass windows and have the perfect combination of colors for this table.
These wooden rabbits were a gift, they are a set of three hand-carved boxes. Like the moss tags, they lend interest and a bit of rustic charm and whimsy to these porcelain pitchers – especially when nestled in the moss with a few golden butterflies fluttering about!
On their own, these objects are too small to anchor the table as a centerpiece, but when collected and placed on a pretty tray, they are united and present a charming focal point.
This golden wing (from Target a year ago) is a divine basin for this verdant nest of wooden eggs.
And there you have a moss inspired Easter table! I hope you like it and found an idea or two to inspire your Easter table this year! Here’s a handy Pinterest ready image group if you’d like to share (and I sincerely thank you if you do!!)!