Let this pretty holiday tablescape, featuring pops of pastel and candy, inspire your own Easter table decor. I used chocolate molds, pastel candies, vintage Easter eggs, chocolate bunny figurines and jade dishes to create this sweet seasonal scene.
This is what happens when you’re dieting while planning your Easter table decor.
I’ve got candy on the brain and candy on the table!
I’m excited to be sharing my candy-inspired Easter table decor today as part of the Beautiful Spring Tables tour organized by Tammy of Pink Peppermint Design. Thanks for stopping by from Meaningful Spaces.
You’ll find links to the next stop on the tour, plus all the participants’ gorgeous tablescapes at the end of this post. Be sure to visit each one for lots of spring and Easter table decor inspiration.
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Now back to my own candy-covered table…
Actually, I’m not tempting myself as much as you might thing. This foil-wrapped “chocolate” bunny isn’t actually real. But I still felt the need to gobble him up when I found him at an antique store. (You can find a similar one here.)
Turns out, I have lots of candy-inspired pieces in my Easter table decor stash, including these adorable molds from Michaels.
I was planning on putting myself on a holiday decor diet, too, until I saw these faux molds. I have no willpower when it comes to cute things!
This “chocolate” bunny is another faux, but it looks yummy as part of my Easter table decor. (You can find a similar chocolate bunny here.)
These chocolate chick egg cups were a thrift store find, for less than $1. I think they were the thing that pushed me over the edge into designing this candy-inspired tablescape.
I did use a little bit of real candy on the table.
I’m tempted to break into these jars every time I walk by the dining room.
Must resist the chocolate eggs!
Pressed glass egg cups and vintage-design painted eggs complete each place setting.
I seem to use this jade cake stand every Easter. It’s the perfect color for the season. This year, I tucked some vintage and reproduction paper mache eggs around the base of the cake stand, along with some oversized pastel beauties.
I can’t wait to enjoy Easter dinner with my family at this table. I may even treat myself to a Reese’s peanut butter egg for dessert! Be sure to head over to Green with Decor, the next stop on the Beautiful Spring Tables tour.
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Don’t forget to visit the other beautiful spring tablescapes in the tour.