So I’m having a baby any day now – and this Minnesota sunshine is making me want to decorate my house for spring and Easter while I am still feeling up to it!

Easter is going to really sneak up on us this year, because it lands on April 1st! So today I’m sharing a simple, inexpensive tablescape for your Easter brunch.

I spent a total of $25 on this tablescape, which includes the fresh tulips.

I can’t stress investing in versatile, neutral pieces enough. This makes hosting different holidays and events through all seasons so much cheaper over time!

You may also remember I have advised against breaking the bank on chargers. I have 3 sets currently – a silver set, a gold set and this gorgeous new wood charger set that I’m in love with! The gold and silver sets are both from Michaels (they always have coupons – download their app and never pay full-price on anything again).

The wood chargers that I show here are from World Market. They were certainly more expensive than the ones from Michael’s – but I bought them with a 30% off coupon and I know I will make use of them for years to come. Like I’ve said – I am willing to invest in something versatile. And these could be formal, informal, compliment a winter look or a springy one like I have here.

As for flowers, I’m all about a good faux floral except when it comes to a dinner table, especially when hosting. Tulips are generally reasonably priced and perfect for spring. Trader Joe’s always has the best deal on tulips – I grabbed these for $4.99 each.

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The egg garland is a simple way to pull the whole look together. I have a hard time getting on-board with all the bunny trinkets – so this is a simple and sweet way to still be “Eastery” without going overboard.

Lastly, these napkin accessories were 40% off $1.99 at Michael’s, and I will use them for Easter brunches to come! I already owned the galvanized napkin rings and white napkins (from World Market, a 6-pack for $9.99), you may remember them from my Christmas tablescapes – and adding these little egg accents make all the difference in the place setting!

What are you guys cooking for Easter brunch?! I would love to hear about some of your family traditions, or how you decorate for Easter in your house!


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