Easter Brunch Tablescape

One of the shirts I’ve already decided we will offer at Burklee Hill Vineyards will read this undeniable statement: JESUS DRANK WINE. You can’t disagree, can you? Well, I know at my Easter table, I definitely plan to include sparkling wine. As you may be aware, what has commonly become known as “champagne” is just one region-specific type of sparkling wine. Any bubbly is the perfect brunch addition and we are hoping to have our own bubbly by the end of the year!

Burklee Hill Blog - Easter Tablescape

And with Spring finally catching up with us, I chose a pastel pallet for my Easter tablescape this year. I paired fresh flowers with carefully selected pieces. Last year, my friends with my local junior women’s club gifted me this lovely Tiffany & Co. Ice Bucket. It’s sturdy, perfect to chill bubbles and shows the beauty of its contents so well. It’s surprisingly affordable for a Tiffany & Co. gift of this substance.

Not all of my featured pieces were from the likes of Tiffany & Co. though. You’ll be glad to know that several of my favorites that I found to put this together were sourced at Target, including this marbled cake stand above for less than $30! I also found the perfect Hearth & Hand quiche baking dish, a definite brunch staple, seen below.

The display for miniature roses were also quick and easy, with the glass vases coming in from Target. I added potting soil and topped with white rock filler to finish the fresh flower feature.

I found the lovely linen napkins,gold wave flatware and natural fiber placemats at World Market. I’ve owned the dishes for so many years they are discontinued, but I’ve linked similar ones here. I’ve also added sources for the flutes and glasses. Add a few more roses with mason jars and adorable Robin’s eggs and the table is set!

Cheers – E

 

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