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Snippets of spring come to mind when I think Easter tabletop. So for those of you who are last-minute folks, like I often am, think simple. Think of what you have in your yard. And think of showcasing the season’s blossoms on your Easter table.

I also wanted to suggest that you follow my 2 Pinterest boards if you love tabletop designs, if you’re on Pinterest.

Just click and follow:

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Pinterest Sandy Coughlin Blooms & Brancches

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It’s really that easy.

You can also find a tree where you can snip some fresh blossoming branches.

For under $6, you can buy a bunch of daffodils at the grocery store, OR … find them in your back yard, or even a neighbor’s yard. (Please, ask them first!) :)

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-Using a tablecloth, or not, lay the branches down the center of the table.

-Place the daffodil flowers in small vases and line the table in between the branches.

-The flowers will cascade down the middle of the table.

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Set the table with your favorite dishes.

Remember, things don’t have to be perfect.

Head to the Dollar Store if you need to stock up – you won’t be sorry!

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I didn’t have enough salad plates for everyone, so I used small soup bowls. It worked! No one even noticed.

Table set. And you want to serve Madeline’s Lemonade – a drink everyone will love? It’s springy and festive!

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Most importantly, enjoy your day and your guests.

And CELEBRATE the reason for the season, for which we should be so thankful.

What’s your favorite flower combination for a Springy table?

I’m guest posting over at {In}Courage today … Have you ever said to your guests, Don’t go in that room? Read on … because I have!

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