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Easter Inspiration: Keeping Your Table Centerpiece Simple

Theodore Leaf, our friend, lifestyle enthusiast, and small-business owner, shares his gorgeous Easter centerpiece, and a few tips on how to build a cohesive "tablescape." Prepare to be inspired!

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This year I wanted to create a beautiful, sophisticated table for my annual Easter brunch. My inspiration started when I spotted these gorgeous Florentine egg-shaped plates from Williams-Sonoma, I loved the marble pattern and color palette.

 

While recently traveling in Italy, I stumbled upon this beautiful store Il Papiro that makes authentic Florentine marbleized paper. The synergy was too much to pass up, I knew I had to find something for my Easter table at this store. Luckily they make everything from notebooks to napkin rings, so I snapped up the latter for the table. The owner was very sweet -- he even gave us a quick tutorial on how they make these beautiful papers. The process looked simple enough, and I can't wait to try it myself.

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For the centerpiece, I found these unique ceramic Guinea hens in the window of this charming shop called Maison 140, located near my apartment in New York City. When placing them on the table, I wanted it to look natural so I added some fake moss from a craft store to soften the look.

 

It's always best to give your guests something sweet, so I added these incredible chocolate eggs from Chocolat Moderne to the mossy centerpiece. They look so real, I will have to make sure to tell my guests they are actually chocolate!

I plan to serve simple individual quiches and a fresh green salad. To drink I'll be serving my version of mimosas -- or as my friends call it: "mimosa, hold the orange juice!"



What are you planning to do for your Easter table this year?



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About the Author

Theodore Leaf

Theodore Leaf’s passion for special occasions began when he was 7 years old, helping women select their wedding dresses at his family-owned bridal salon in Hartville, Ohio. Working alongside his grandmother, mother, and two aunts, he became addicted to the art of transformation. Turning everyday girls into the bride of their childhood dreams had Theodore hooked on the journey from ...

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