Holidays are stressful y'all, so I'm sharing my EGGceptionally easy and in-EGGpensive Easter table (bad puns and all) for all of you that have waited till the last minute like me! I like a mix of high and low, old and new and patterns. Lots of patterns. So here it is. I started with Blue Italian and modernized it with rose gold flatware from Crate and Barrel. Then I scoured the house for things in the same color family. Just pick a simple color scheme and you will be golden: warm colors, cool colors, neutral, complimentary, etc. Think back to those days in art class. I was an art teacher, so I know you were taught this... I chose the cool colors to work with my Blue Italian and then pulled the glass basket and candlesticks (antiques from my grandmother) and paired with the whimsical salt and pepper bunnies and butter dish from Anthropologie. The glassware is from Homegoods. After placing the basics on the table I only bought two things; fabric for napkins and flowers. The most interesting tables are the ones where you don't buy everything new and are a little quirky. I chose a fabulous giant gingham check that pulled my color scheme together. Even if you can't sew, using an iron, and some fabric glue give you a good look that's quick and easy (just make sure it is a washable product). Finally, every good table needs flowers and I scored this springy selection at Trader Joe's. Trader Joe's is my go to for flowers for photoshoots. They always have a great seasonal variety and you can't beat the prices. So here is my simple, fast, and inexpensive table! Above all the holiday craziness, lets remember the reason we celebrate Easter and the real importance of coming together: to celebrate Jesus saving us from our imperfect selves and loving us despite our shortcomings. Its a good reminder when everything isn't as perfect as we picture things being, table and all. Happy Easter Friends!