We’ve all been accustomed to Easter table settings that are strewn with multicolored eggs and bunny figures as centerpieces. While this is all well and good, we at Kim Seybert would like to offer an alternative.
Easter is an unofficial signal of spring, ushering in slightly warmer days and the floral shows of gardens and avenues. Taking our cue from the tulips, daffodils and ranunculus that are popping everywhere, we’ve created an Easter lunch table setting that is in full bloom.
We started with a botanical tablecloth that reminds us of the vintage drawings of Pierre-Joseph Redouté. With such a vibrant and colorful background, we tempered it a little with our Bistro basket weave placemat in white. Blush colored plates carry over the flower theme. Our eyelet edged Tapestry napkins that remind us of Oscar de la Renta flouncy summer dresses grace the table with the delicate dragonfly-inspired Nymph napkin ring.
Pinks and petals make up the finishing touches for this Easter celebration. Who wouldn’t feel renewed and rejuvenated with all this prettiness?