EASTER TABLE - IT'S KRIATIV FEATURE

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This Easter, I had a color palette in mind. It was Green, Yellow, and Gold.

I started with a white table cloth base. It worked as a great way to keep things neutral, bright, and simple. 

To add interest and depth, I layered a Ralph Lauren round, sage green cloth over the middle of the table. I chose to layer gold accent plates under white primary dishes, making the food presentation pop and look clean, simple and mouthwateringly tasty. 

Asiago and Spinach Stuffed Pork Loin with Roasted Potatoes and Mushroom Onion Sauce. String Beans Sautéed with Garlic and Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

Asiago and Spinach Stuffed Pork Loin with Roasted Potatoes and Mushroom Onion Sauce. String Beans Sautéed with Garlic and Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

Lasagna with Basciamelle and Bolognese Sauce.

Lasagna with Basciamelle and Bolognese Sauce.

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I topped off each place setting with rectangular, paisley Ralph Lauren cloth napkins that matched the secondary table cloth. Added a round nest of fresh moss atop the napkin, cradling a monogramed easter egg for each of my guests making the plate settings personal and memorable.

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The table center piece was where the fun continued. I snagged a vintage Parisian milk carton from a local thrift shop. Filled each of its inserts with fresh moss and added green and yellow dyed easter eggs. Freshly bloomed yellow tulips were placed at either end of the carton with a pitcher of lemonade-vodka cocktail.

Photography by Sebastian Photography

The display embodies a sense of freshness only found in the spring. What creative touches did you add to your Easter? Get in contact, and share your pics with me at ItsKriativ@gmail.com. I love discovering new creative inspiration.