Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

Out of all the spring and Easter tablescapes I have decorated over the years, this one is at the top of my  list of personal favorites!  Each year I usually choose a color palette as my theme, and this year the blue egg theme chose me -lol!  It makes me feel like I’ve gone to a little coastal cottage somewhere, and picked out my own farmhouse eggs to decorate with.  The moment I saw this adorable blue egg wreath, and remembered the aqua tin pails I already had out for Valentine’s Day, the vision came to life!  Now it was just time to add in the other blue + egg accessories and sprinkle in some Easter love!  Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting.

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

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Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting 

I wanted to start off with a shades of blue color chart, just so that you can see how the different colors blend together.

This chart will help you figure out which way you lean:  more blue-green, blue-purple, blue-gray, etc.

It’s nothing too scientific, but it will definitely help you choose YOUR favorite blues.

My picks:

  • baby blue, carolina blue, cornflower blue,
  • light blue, powder blue, sky blue, tiffany blue, & true blue.
Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting
source: Danielle Bell

 


Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting 

Supplies:  

  1.   Blue Houndstooth Table Runner  (similar here, here, here)
  2.   *Blue Dinnerware (Royal Doulton Pacific Dots, Blue Bowls)
  3.   Aqua Tin Pails Floral Centerpiece
  4.   Blue Egg Candles + Bird Nests/Candle Holders
  5.   Blue Egg Wreath (similar here or here)
  6.   Stone-washed Blue Embroidered Napkins
  7.   Crystal Egg & Bunny Napkin Rings
  8.   Crystal Candle Sticks 
  9.   Antique Stemware
  10.   White Tin Pails

*Dinnerware:  Royal Doulton Pacific Dots (set of 16) here, Dinner Plate Here, Salad Plate Here

I found my items at Home Goods, Target, Dollar General  and Hobby Lobby.  The other items my mom (Gabbi) gave me, or I whipped them up as a little DIY-action.

Ok, let’s get to it:  Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting.


Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

#1:  Blue Houndstooth Table Runner

I found this blue and white Houndstooth table runner at Home Goods (on sale for $5), and knew it was the perfect color for our Easter and spring dining table.  

It’s a darker, cornflower (French) blue, and I love how it blends with the aqua tin pails.

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 


#2:  Blue Dinnerware

Since I wanted to go with the shades of blue theme, I knew that my go-to blue and white Pacific Dots dinnerware was a good fit.

Then I found the stone-washed blue bowls (at Home Goods), and it all starting coming together.

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 


#3:  Aqua Tin Pails Floral Centerpiece

These aqua scalloped tin pails were already on the table for Valentine’s Day, so they just got a little floral refresh.

I popped in:

I already had these flowers from another project, so I just played around with them to see what looked the most plush in the pails.

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 


#4:  Blue Egg Candles + Bird Nests/Candle Holders

Since I used the lavender egg candles for last year’s purple Easter Table, I was so excited when I found the blue egg candles (from Dollar General).

Then I decided to make the mini grapevine candle holders and bird nests to add some texture and depth  to the table. 

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 


#5:  Blue Egg Wreath

This blue egg wreath just makes me smile, and brings such joy to our entire dining room.

I had posted about the blue egg wreath here for Easter Wreath Inspirations, and then here for Easter & Spring Wreaths to purchase.

I found my wreath at Home Goods, and then simply added the blue chambray dot bow and hung it on the mirror.

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 


#6:  Blue Embroidered Napkins  

If you happened to read about the DIY heart napkin rings that I did for our Valentine’s tablescape, then you probably had a good idea that I was GOING to find a spot for these napkins on our Easter tablescape!

My mom embroidered the initial “P” on these beautiful stone-washed blue linen napkins for Christmas, and I was so excited to pull them out and use them here.

They were another reason that this shades of blue table vision – came together.  Thanks Gabbi!

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 


#7:  Crystal Egg & Bunny Napkin Rings 

And since the egg theme is running rampant….these adorable Rhinestone Easter egg and bunny ears napkin rings are a perfect accent.

They add a little touch of sophisticated whimsy, and bring in the vintage-vibe that I love.

I found both of these napkin rings at Home Goods, but anything silver, jeweled, or Easter-themed will work also.

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 


#8:  Crystal Candle Sticks (With Bunny Napkins Rings)

I decided to pull out my crystal candle sticks this year (just to change things up), and chose ivory taper candles for a more traditional look.

But then I had to go ahead and “Jael” them up  – by adding the bunny napkin rings for a little sparkle.

I know……I know…..some habits are just hard to break!! LOL!!  See #9 for a better full view.

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 


#9:  Antique Stemware

Of course, I chose to use these Antique glasses (that my mom gave many years ago) to tie in with the crystal candle holders.   

They add that vintage-vibe again, and bring a more formal touch to the table.  

P.S. Did you see the bunny ears? Haha!

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 


#10:  White Tin Pails

And since I didn’t want the aqua tin pails to be lonely…..I popped in these cute little white pails and filled them with large plastic eggs.

I found the pails and (3 different shades of blue) eggs at Target. 

The blue eggs help tie all of the different blues together, so I just sprinkled them along the runner also.

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 


Extra Pictures

Now, let’s see how all of the different shades of blue and accessories work together as a whole.  

***NOTE:  I just wanted to say that no matter what you use to decorate for Easter, it’s not about how it looks, but rather how it makes you feel.

You are decorating your table for the celebration and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and the glory will shine through the LOVE you put into it, not the money spent!   

Ok, let’s get to the pictures with it all together.

Top Views:

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 


Side Views:

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 


Closeup Table Views:

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 


Full Views:

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 

Shades of Blue & Easter Egg Table Setting

 

Happy Easter Everyone!!!

Blessings & Easter Hugs 🙂

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