Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Easter Table Decorating


 I've been getting in the mood for Easter...I usually don't decorate all that much
at this time of year and like always I try to keep it very simple.....

One of my favourite things to look for at the market are Easter Daisies.....don't
you just love how beautiful & long lasting they are. They always brighten my day!
So I thought I would share with you my Easter table decorations - all in that
rustic yet elegant country style I love so much, with lots of white thrown in too!

Fresh white daisies in a glass jar, Easter daisies in a favourite white Ikea jug, 
a rustic timber board to add texture & height and a French vintage linen sheet
that I use as a tablecloth.




A simple table setting of white linen napkins tied up with 
string & decorated with a tiny sprig of Easter Daisies...




A sweet little iron bunny, glass jar with daisies & fresh eggs from our chickens. 
I made the little nest from an old Christmas wreath I had lying around.
Simply wet the wicker till soft and reshape and tie. I then gave it a quick
whitewash with acrylic paint.




 Are you busy with your Easter decorations too, I would love
to hear what you have planned!


 I am linking up with the following lovely parties -

41 comments:

  1. Hi Kerry. I adore Easter daisies too...they make your table look very inviting. Have a good day.
    Cas x

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  2. Lovely photos Kerry...I love Easter daisies...my Nanna used to grow them when I was a kid and we would always take them to school in April to add to the Anzac Day wreath to be placed at the shrine. Here in England they are called Michaelmas daisies as they appear in Autumn before Christmas. I'm decorating the Easter lunch table for the seniors in the village this Saturday and was hoping to find a couple of wreaths to convert to nests, as you have done, just to pile up some chocolate eggs in. I mean't to bring back from Oz some chocolate bilbys and koalas, but completely forgot. I'll just have to make do with the old Lindt bunnies for the oldies. Robx

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  3. Your table looks so lovely Kerry, I love the way you have used all those natural items, colours and textures. So pretty. xx

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  4. Hi Kerry, beautiful photos, I am planning an easter tree.x

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  5. the flowers & your photos are gorgeous! love the wreath as a nest idea.
    x

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  6. Your display is just perfect, exactly how I love it, all those beautiful shades of white!

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  7. Perfectly beautiful and simple, love the white flowers against all the white!

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  8. Your table looks so lovely and inviting. Love the contrast of the plank with all the pretty whites on displayed on top.
    Mary Alice

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  9. Hello Kerry ~~ Your setting is really, really beautiful. I love the eggs in the twig nest and especially the single one on the napkin. I'm looking for your follower button and it doesn't seem to be appearing. Unless it's my computer. I'll be back. :)
    Have a lovey day,
    Hugs Rosemary...

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  10. Love your table setting, so beautiful and natural looking especially with the twig nest.

    I am one of your new followers.

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  11. Simply gorgeous Kerry!!~ I love that vintage jar paired with the ironstone pitcher and the eggs!
    Your blog is so beautiful!! I'm putting you on my favorites list.
    Hope you have a wonderful night.
    Sincerely,
    Melinda

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  12. Simply lovely! The bunches of white flowers with the simple rustic tablesetting are just so pretty.

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  13. Nothing like using fresh flowers for your pics!!!
    Simply beautiful!!!
    Your newest follower!!!
    I invite you to visit my world as well!!!
    Blessings Lori

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  14. Oh I love this! Such soothing colors, and that jar is so darling!! Well done!

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  15. So simple yet beautiful. Very nicely done!

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  16. Your decorations are so beautifully simple. Love it.

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  17. Kerry,

    That is perfection at its best. I love it, absolutely well done, ma'am!

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  18. Hi Kerry,
    What a sweet and simple Easter scape that packs a lot of impact. Lovely blog, I'm following and inviting you to link with us at WIW. We'd love to have you!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  19. Simply pretty! I would love if you came by my Creative Inspirations linky party to link it up - the party is happening NOW! I would love to have you there!
    Stacey of Embracing Change
    http://staceyembracingchange.blogspot.com

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  20. Very pretty and elegant, even with the rustic feel. I love it!

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  21. Beautiful, simple, serene...very, very pretty!

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  22. Hi Kerry,
    Love your tablescape! Simple and beautiful! Stopping by from BNOTP. I invite you to come check my Easter scape too! I'm now following.

    http://www.remodelandolacasa.com

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  23. I adore it and I think I'm going to do something very similar. Great job!! Visiting form BNOTP Tablescapes

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  24. OOh Ooh ooh I'm glad I found you! Your blog is beautiful! I'm following!
    Susan
    Homeroad.net

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  25. Your Easter decorations are so pretty. I just love the flowers and the pitchers. I'm not planning much this year since we'll be at grandma's.

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  26. Beautiful Easter decor, love all the white and the simplicity of it. Beautiful!

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  27. Absolutely gorgeous pictures!!!
    Greetings from Poland ✿ܓ

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  28. I love the simplicity of this and nice job on the "nest" too! Nice to combine 2 types of white flowers. It's always the little things that make a difference!

    Robin
    Robin Flies South

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  29. I don't really do Easter decor either. I love this simple tablescape.

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  30. Kerry,
    I love you decorating! I am featuring you tomorrow - come and have a look and grab a button while you are there!

    Thanks for linking up to my Creative Inspirations party!
    Please come back Thursday to link up again!
    Stacey of Embracing Change

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  31. Love this simple yet elegant vignette.

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  32. SOOO pretty! Nice to meet you! I'm a new follower.
    -Revi
    www.revisionarylife.blogspot.com

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  33. Beautiful....simple....elegant...lovely! LOVE it all!! Excited to be a new follower!

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  34. I came across your blog through "Savvy Southern Style". I like your style and your blog, its really lovely, added myself as your lates follower and linky follower. I will be back to see more of your blog. I absolutely love your photography and would love to feature you at some point on own blog. I am always looking for inspiration and your blog is truly delightful.

    Lee

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    1. Thank you so much Lee for your lovely comments x Kerry

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  35. Oh less is more and it is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing and wishing you a very Happy Easter. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

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  36. I love love love it! Where did you get the little bunny?

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    1. Hi Nicole, I found the little iron bunny at Provincial Home Living!
      x Kerry

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  37. Absolutely wonderful. I love the simplicity of it.

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