Setting a Purple Easter Table: Spring Decor

Last year I did a post on different Easter Tablescapes To Try, so this year I decided to add one more to the list.  I chose purple + berry (pink) as my color palette, and really love how the colors worked together.  They are a perfect spring table pairing and work well with valentines day decor also.  You can easily tweak a couple of accessories and leave it out the entire season.  Setting a Purple Easter Table:  Spring Decor.

Setting a Purple Easter Table: Spring Decor

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How to Set a Purple Easter Table: Spring Decor

I love to decorate my dining room all year long, so basically it’s a revolving door of different colors and holiday decor.  But this can get expensive – very quickly.

So I try to come up with a color palette each year for the entire spring season.  One that will take me from Valentine’s Day, right into spring time, and then finally into Easter.

This year I decided on purple and berry, and I was able to use a lot of things I already owned!  Win- Win!  

Let’s get to it!

*** Scroll to the “berry” end to see Valentine’s Day table ***

How to Set a Purple Easter Table: Spring Decor

#1 Use Scrapbook Paper as Placemats

Using different patterned pieces of scrapbook paper is an easy and inexpensive way to bring in purple to your Easter Table.  

I have purple stripes, polka dots and gingham check for mine.  But you can keep them all the same too.

Here is a before picture.  Of course my Boomer has to be involved in the process 🙂

Setting a Purple Easter Table: Spring Decor


And after.

Setting a Purple Easter Table: Spring Decor


#2  Add a Berry-Colored Ribbon to Centerpiece

Remember the wreaths with the berry- colored ribbon I used for our fall dining room?  I used a couple of those ribbon pieces to weave into the Easter table centerpiece.

It adds just a little color to the greenery, and blends in with the purple “placemats” without being too matchy-matchy.

Setting a Purple Easter Table: Spring Decor

#3 Add Purple Votive Candles

Sometimes, even a small accessory makes a big statement.  These 4 little lavender votive candles add just a sprinkle of color to the linen table runner, and merge the other shades of purple together.

I found these little beauties at the dollar store.  Aren’t they just precious?

Setting a Purple Easter Table: Spring Decor 

#4 Use Berry-Colored Egg Candles

These sweet little egg candles are perfect for the Easter tablescape because they change the table from a spring table to an Easter table.  

I also found these candles at the dollar store.  Sweet and simple.

Setting a Purple Easter Table: Spring Decor

#5 Use Purple Stemmed Wine Glasses

Try adding purple or berry-colored wine glasses to your table decoration, either at the stem or the bowl.  It just adds a little shimmer to the table centerpiece, and adds height as well.  

I found four of these at Home Goods, and used 2 similar clear ones at the captain’s chairs table settings.

TIP:  Don’t be afraid to mix-n-match dishware or stemware.  It makes the table decor more interesting, and less formal.

Setting a Purple Easter Table: Spring Decor

#6 Use a Berry-Colored Wreath

I chose this berry-colored wreath because it has 4 different shades of purple/pink in it.  This wreath ties in all of the other shades I am using:  purple, lavender, berry, and taffy.

Since this wreath was just a little too dark for our space, I decided to add a white ribbon and the white metal wreath (from our fall dining room chairs) to it.  

*To see more ideas how to use these wreaths, click 5 Tips:  Christmas Tree Snow Village Table Setting and DIY Wreath Signs Using Cake Boards:  Boho Farmhouse Style.*

I found my berry-colored wreath at Home Goods.  Click 31 Cheerful & Colorful Spring Wreaths  for more wreath inspiration.

Setting a Purple Easter Table: Spring Decor


#7 Use Lavender Floral Stems

The easiest way to add purple or lavender to your Easter or spring tablescape is by using flowers. 

If you have a little extra money or are having a dinner party, buy fresh flowers.  If you are just setting up  your table for looks, faux floral stems or arrangements are fine.

I use these 2 lavender allium stems all the time.  They are from Pier 1, but discontinued – sorry! 

Purple tulips and purple hydrangeas are also a classic choice for a traditional Easter table. 

Setting a Purple Easter Table: Spring Decor


#8 Try These DIY Purple Cross Napkin Rings

I found these adorable wooden cross ornaments last year at Hobby Lobby, and couldn’t wait to create something magical with them.  

I really do love how they turned out, and they completely transform the table into an Easter Table.

*** The tutorial is ready!  ***  Click DIY Easter Cross Napkin Rings:  Table Setting Ideas.

Setting a Purple Easter Table: Spring Decor


Setting a Purple Easter Table: Spring Decor



For a valentine’s day or spring table:

  • simply remove the egg candles and cross napkin rings.

For valentine’s day table:

  • Add a foam heart to hang in the berry-colored wreath
  • Use foam hearts as placecards in plates

Setting a Purple Easter Table: Spring Decor

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Setting a Purple Easter Table: Spring Decor



Setting a Purple Easter Table: Spring Decor


Have a Berry Happy Easter, Spring, & Valentines Day!!

Love & Easter Hugs 🙂

Want more spring home decorating ideas?  

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