Earlier, we kicked off our preparations for this Easter’s festivities with two wonderful DIY projects (be sure to see them here and here). Following on is a citrus-infused, Easter brunch vision, featuring lush, vibrant hues and a fresh, organic aesthetic that was captured and designed by Shannon Von Eschen with florals and styling from Bare Root Flora. We’re in awe over every single detail, including the delicious cake courtesy of Wildflower Cake Boutique!
From Robyn of Bare Root Flora: Spring is such a joyful time of year. After the long dark days of winter, nothing could seem more refreshing than a table set with bright and beautiful citrus tones for a holiday that celebrates new life, new growth, and the return of light and warmth. We set our table under an armful of blooming quince branches we’d hung. We laid the natural wood table with a gorgeous macramé runner from Anthropologie and set the table in textural tableware in shades of white and pale blue-green. For a dramatic centerpiece, we filled a terracotta roaster with all the best blooms of the season: Stunning ranunculus, sweet pea, roses, poppies, hellebores, French dianthus and lush, textural greens and accented with cut citrus fruits and sweet Easter eggs. We finished the table with darling little egg planters filled with fresh hellebore blooms.
Photography, Styling and Design: Shannon Von Eshcen | Florals and Styling: Robyn of Bare Root Flora | Photo and Styling Assistant: Kendall Von Eschen | Cake: Wildflower Cake Boutique | Dinnerware: World Market |
Glassware and Macrame Table Runner: Anthropologie | Silverware: Sur La Table | Potted Plants: CreekSide Tree Nursery | Venue: The Old Valmont School, Boulder, CO (Private, Historic Venue) | Egg Cups: Bed Bath and Beyond