A Blooming Easter Tablescape

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When creating the look for my Easter tablescape I knew I wanted everything to be very natural and feel like I literally brought the outdoors in.  To accomplish that idea I enlisted the help of my friend, and amazing florist Lindsay Coletta.  Lindsay is known for her flowing, organic arrangements which are largely made up of foraged flowers and plants (see her foraging tips here).  I accented Lindsay’s wildflowers with a mix of patterned and textured plates, Lush Cakery’s there-are-no-words-its-that-good coconut cake, and a boozy peach lemonade cocktail (recipe coming Monday) to finish it, and us all off.  So with my table set tell me, will you be hosting Easter dinner this Sunday?  truly, MKR

Photography: Rustic White ||  Concept & Styling: Waiting on Martha ||  Florals: Lindsay Coletta ||  Coconut Cake: Lush Cakery ||  Calligraphy: Ashley Buzzy McHugh ||  Julep Cups, Striped Candles, Gold Rocks Glass, Cake Stand, Faux Bois Plates, Raffia Placemats: Waiting on Martha ||  Bunny Plates: Williams Sonoma  ||  Gold Silverware: One Kings Lane

11 thoughts on “A Blooming Easter Tablescape

  1. This is amazing Mandy! The freshness of it all is so lovely. And I really really love coconut cake and this seems to be the best (and prettiest) I’ve ever seen! Great job. Happy Easter :) xo

  2. Absolutely love the natural elements, the tendrils of the centerpiece gently escaping, the grain of the wood table, the faux bois plates with the pale green and yellow. Ugh. SO good.

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