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3 Things For A Modern Easter Table Setting



It's almost Easter! And tell me you all are as excited as I am to set the table! This year, I decided to pare things down. Between the spring home tour (you can find it here) and some fun things that are just around the corner, I wanted to keep things simple without totally overlooking this holiday. I didn't want to complicate things with eggs, bunnies, grass etc., so I put together a modern easter tablesetting that only requires 3 things. Let's get started!



Item 1: Tulips! Nothing screams Easter more than some pretty tulips. The flower that I always think of this time of year, you can see tulips pop up in grocery stores and in gardens all across the country. I saw both white and lavender colored ones at Trader Joe's and I just had to have them. I paired these colors together in a simple glass vase. This easy centerpiece literally only took a 5 second fill at the kitchen sink.




Item 2:  Simple white plates. To contrast the cutlery I chose, and the two-tones tulip centerpiece, I opted for simple white dishware. These plates are chic and demure, allowing all other elements of your tablescape to pop and steal the show.



Item 3: Gold cutlery. I saw this classic modern cutlery and I just had to add them to my collection. They were the most stunning shape and added instant contemporary charm to this table setting. I can totally see myself using these for years to come. My kind friends at Mahogany Street are providing you all with a coupon code on all purchases! Use SIMPLICITE20 at checkout to get 20% off your entire purchase and free shipping on all orders! If you are looking for something for yourself, for your home or a gift for someone special, you will totally find it here. Happy shopping!





That's it folks, 3 things for a modern easter table setting. If you find these tips helpful or if you create an Easter table, I'd love to hear from you! Leave me a comment below, tag me in your Instagram photo using #thisissimplicite or email me.


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