Top Tablescape Trends Taking Over Households This Easter

With Easter fast approaching, many households up and down the country are preparing to stock up on chocolate eggs and hot cross buns while preparing to make the most of the long weekend heading our way.

With millions of households set to host Easter get-togethers, it may come as no surprise that search trends such as “easter table runner” have increased 23% year on year, while “Easter table decorations” has increased by 392% over the past three months as households make sure that their tablescapes are on trend ahead of the weekend itself.

To help households stay on trend, Wren Kitchens has compiled five creative easter tablescape ideas that are perfect for every taste. Whether you opt for a glamorous style or a more understated, simple look, there’s something for everyone.

Glam & grown-up

This theme is perfect for you if your style is more sophisticated and grown-up. Bring the outside in with some blossom to decorate your guests’ plates, accompanied by a large showstopping vase, which makes a great centrepiece.

To create these decadent egg shapes, use a balloon and mould some papier mache around it. This is a fun activity that even the kids can enjoy. Remember, having rough edges gives them a hatched-egg effect, whilst accessorising with gold cutlery offers that luxury feel.

Sweet and simple

Try this sweet and simple tablescape style if an understated yet put-together look is more your thing. Contrast your rustic timber tabletop with dusty pink plates, and top them with hollowed-out eggs wrapped in brown paper to resemble bunny ears.

You can involve the kids and draw cute faces on the eggs to pull the whole look together. Adding some foliage in a complementary colour, such as green or white, will add an extra dimension to your table to wow your guests.

Spring time pastels

Nothing says spring more than some colourful yet warming pastels. For this, around the table, you can use plain white plates accentuated by pops of lilacs, pastel pinks, and baby blue. Add tulips or daffodils as a fresh-smelling, aesthetically pleasing addition to pulling the look together.

Rustic luxe

Not all of us like bright colours – even in the springtime.  Creating a beautiful tablescape is possible if a neutral look suits your taste!

Opting for a cotton table cover, accompanied by linen napkins – dip some hollowed-out eggs in gold leaf to give a shiny pop of colour. If you want a centrepiece on your table, tie the look together with pampas grass or dried flowers in a feature glass vase.

Pretty in pink

Perfect for hosting a children’s party or for those with a taste for more of the brighter things, use complimenting pinks to create a jolly and fun atmosphere. Start with a pastel pink tablecloth before adding some pink plates and pink painted eggs.

Scatter the table with some white feathers on your table to add some texture, and finish with some bunny ears on the top of the plates. If pink isn’t your thing, this will also work with purple, blues, or greens!

See the blog post for more ideas on creating the ultimate spring tablescapes.