Dainty Blue and Green Easter Tablescape

April 1, 2021

Friends! I’m unable to get over this tablescape. I think it might be my favorite ever (or at least, like, top 3)! Every detail is just as sweet as can be.

Starting with the beautiful blue and green floral tablecloth from Sea to Skye. Our sweet girl, Chloe, has done it again! Her boutique, Sea to Skye, is one of the most perfectly curated shops around. Every piece is special and unique and features so many beautiful items to wear and for your home. It’s such a thrill to be able to collaborate with her and her beautiful linens! I mean it when I tell you that Sarah and I screamed out loud when she said she was sending us some tablecloths. Best day ever.

Next, I have to spill about the genius concept that is Fernandina Paper Co. An online resource for *tons* of printable paper goods, that are gorgeous!!! You pay a monthly fee for access to her library of goodies which includes place cards, invitations, gift tags, personal stationery, the list goes on. We printed the adorable bunny place cards on some thicker card stock at home, cut them out and voila!

Moving along to highlight the rest of the precious details on this tablescape. It’s really hard not to include something that’s blue and white on every tablescape – in this case, it was the beautiful floral dishes from The Avenue. Another one of our favorite boutiques, Lyndsey has an incredible eye and is one of the most stylish gals out there. Also available at Shop the Avenue are the prettiest placemats by Loulou La Dune and the sweet scalloped napkins by Fenwick Fields.

Possibly one of my favorite details on the table are the napkin bows that we found on Etsy! A funny story behind these; I sent a screen shot of them to Sarah that said “just got these for a tablescape!” to which she replied that she had just done the same. Does that prove that we’re sisters or just that we really love tablescaping? Either way, I ended up messaging the seller to change my order to pink, so be on the lookout for those soon!

Lastly- one of Sarah’s (many) tricks up her sleeve is repurposing wicker bags as floral vessels. This cute basket bag by JMcLaughlin is the perfect shape and size for this! Love how she used hydrangeas as well to give it that Nantucket look.

I hope you all love this tablescape as much as Sarah and I do! It was such a joy to put together.

Photos by Alisia Thompson

PS- Sarah’s dress is another Rent The Runway gem and you can get 40% off two months of their 8 or 16 item swap program with code ‘RTRFAM5560D21’