Happy Easter Tablescape Ideas.

Happy Easter Tablescape Ideas

This year, we spent Easter at my parents’ house so I hosted a fun little brunch at my house the day before. My sister, her husband, and their two boys were visiting which made it so much fun. It’s fun to see this year’s table vs. last year’s table (below) as I used some of the same elements. This year’s table is one of my all time favorite tablescapes so far. (Update: this year, my niece did not find the carrots to be ugly and couldn’t believe she would have destroyed hers).

A happy easter tablescape

Table Details:


  • Salad (just greens, tomato, cucumber, + my sister’s salad dressing)
  • Bagels (I went to Spread here in CHS) + 3 cream cheeses (lox, veggie, and plain)
  • Martha Stewart’s Ham & Cheese Strata (one of my all time fav brunch recipes!)
  • Smoked Salmon
  • Smitten Kitchen’s Strawberry Cake (highly recommended by you — it turned out amazingly well). I served it with homemade whipped cream and fresh strawberries.
Happy Easter Tablescape Ideas
Easter brunch tablescape

My 2023 easter tablescape

2023’s Easter was so special… my house felt full; my heart as well! My friend Becca was visiting so it was the whole fam plus her and my brother-in-law’s mother. A 1pm dinner for eight!

Carrot Tablescape

We started with an egg hunt for my niece in the courtyard, my dad made lamb (and his gravlax) and I was in charge of setting a pretty table and making the side dishes. I wanted the Easter tablescape to be simple and happy and love how it turned out! Here is a little breakdown of where everything came from. I always love to have a few little more “seasonal” elements when planning my table and have to say that these inexpensive raffia carrots were the perfect Easter touch.. though my niece immediately declared them ugly and proceeded to unravel hers!

PS – my Valentine’s Day Table + some other tabletop favs!

raffia carrots
carrot theme table setting

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  1. m:

    I love your pink and orange combo. It’s unexpected, yet perfect for Easter. The orange really makes the pink feel less twee. Saving this for future spring brunch inspiration.

    4.10.23 Reply
    • grace at the stripe:

      Thank you so much!!!

      4.10.23 Reply
  2. Jo:

    This is the most beautiful Easter table I’ve seen. Not tacky in the slightest yet there are some lovely quirky Easter bits there. I am in LOVE with that glassware but I’m so bloody clumsy that I’d definitely break them (and would be on the edge of my seat if anyone else used them) so it’s best I don’t have nice things…

    4.10.23 Reply
    • grace at the stripe:

      Wow that is so nice, thank you!

      4.10.23 Reply
  3. Molly:

    You are a pro Grace! I loved your potato/salt trick on Instagram too. Fun to see the mix of content from you always xx, Molly

    4.10.23 Reply
    • grace at the stripe:

      Thanks Molly!!

      4.11.23 Reply
  4. Lynn Caplen:

    Beautiful HAPPY EASTER GRACE and Atwood FAMILY

    3.31.24 Reply
    • grace at the stripe:

      Thank you, Lynn!

      4.1.24 Reply