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April 5, 2022

Floral Easter Dining Table 2022 (T)


Welcome to my Easter dining table!

I've used my Anniversary fine china again since it has great spring colors and mixed it with some casual elements.

The gold flatware picks up nicely on the edge rim of the dishes.  

Here's another view showing the colors up close.   
Noritake Yoshino

I've kept the table simple but I think festive enough!

The crystal is a pattern from Mikasa that we picked up at the Mikasa Outlet in 2003 our 25th anniversary along with another set of everyday dishes.  I elevated the basket of flowers on a cabbage leave placemat which is on an upside down serving platter.  I can just remove the flowers, flip over the serving platter and VOILÀ!

I've had this tablecloth from Kohl's for quite a few years.  Love the cutwork and scallped edge.

Big giant magnolia stuffed in a collection of hydrangeas, tulips and lily of the valley!

I decided to put an egg on top of the candle holder since I already have candles in the votives.  A Pier 1 purchase several years ago.

I love the cheerful spring colors!  
The candle votives were from Pier 1 a while back.

The napkins, placemat and the charger lend a casualness to the table.  

There you have it my Floral Easter Dining Table 2022, I hope you enjoyed it!


  1. Liz, your china is just beautiful -- love that pattern!! It looks so pretty with the tablecloth and flower arrangement. It's so nice to be using spring colors again, isn't it? Hope you have a great day!



  2. The appliqué on the corners of your tablecloth match so beautifully with your centerpiece. The table is so pretty and cheerful for Easter. Happy New Week. xoxo Kris

  3. Oh Liz! What a beautiful table! It's so springy and cheery -- long awaited. Love the pinks and that tablecloth is so pretty.

  4. A beautiful Easter table. The tablecloth is lovely. The china is gorgeous Liz. How sweet to add an egg on top of the candle holders. Love the centerpiece. Looks like spring. A cheerful and lovely table.

  5. I had to enlarge my photos a few times to examine the flowers in that centerpiece! They look 100% realistic!!!!!! What a great piece to have! Forgive me, but I think I'm going to have to try to copy that design! (Well, not EXACTLY...but use that as a template because I really, really like it!) Your china is one of the prettiest fine china patterns out there. It's delicate without being intimidating to guys because of the abundance of green in it. (Weird how that works!) And you're calling this table "simple"?!?!??!?! Uh...I think NOT! It's beautiful and LUSH!!!!! Lovely!!!!!!!!!!!! Happy Easter to you and Dan!


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Welcome to Home and Gardening With Liz. I have combined my previous blogs “Infuse With Liz” and “Sit With Me In My Garden” into this new blog. I love interior decorating and gardening. I enjoy redefining interior spaces by moving things around and reusing decorative items already found in the home. I also enjoy creating tablescapes and an occasional crafting project. I'm so pleased you've stopped by. I invite you to follow me and I do hope you will keep coming back! Liz
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