Hopping Towards Easter

Good Morning Lacquered Lifers! It’s that time of year again, time to start planning my Easter table. I was talking to someone the other day, and when I told them that Easter was my favorite holiday to host they looked a bit confused, and then I explained that Easter is the best because there is less stress and pressure associated with it than with other holidays. There is no specific set menu like Thanksgiving, and there isn’t the pressure of opening gifts like at Christmas. Easter is just a fun daytime meal with family and friends filled with pretty colors and the feeling of excitement that only the arrival of spring can bring. IMG_4212I had so much fun putting together my Easter table last year, and while I definitely plan on using elements of that table – I’m always on the lookout for new things to incorporate. On my radar right now? Some of my go to sources for table decoration. Up first? Linens.napkinI just discovered these wonderful Garden Gate napkins from Pomegranate Inc. Inspired by the garden club of Lexington, KY they will be perfect on your Easter table or at your next garden party!
napkin_set_bronteOver the years, my go to source for linens has been Roberta Roller Rabbit, and I really love this new pattern, Bronte.

eyelet tableclothFor a simple and rustic look for your Easter table, look no further than this Eyelet Tablecloth from Terrain. Allow your brightly colored Easter china to stand out! 
Screen Shot 2015-03-11 at 10.17.53 AMAnd another goody from Roberta Roller Rabbit is the Larissa tablecloth – one of RRR’s less busy looks, I really like the different flowers and their colors. Looks like spring!

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  • I adore your tablecloth from last Easter! It makes me think of patio pavers lined with manicured grass or moss. Not to mention your potted egg name tags! Your family and friends are lucky to get an invite to such an affair.