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Note on Easter

This year, I am really looking forward to Easter! Admittedly, we can’t gather as we usually do, but hopefully we can meet outside, weather permitting. A digital gathering is another viable aternative. at least for a some time.
The food is, of course, a huge part of Easter, but what I think is most fun is setting the table and decorating. I plan well in advance and come up with ideas on how it should look. The end results usually vary, but a few elements re-emerge this time of year — greenery in soft colors, and Easter twigs.
I like to use what is in nature. It is nice to incorporate blueberry twigs, which we have plenty off around my house. If you pick them a few weeks before, it will bloom with small nice green leaves and small bell-like flowers. How nice!

Find twigs in your garden that you can use to create a naturally beautiful tablescape.

Find twigs in your garden that you can use to create a naturally beautiful tablescape.

Didn't have time to get flowers for your table? Fill a bowl with colorful vegetables and fruits from your fridge for a casual and elegant centerpiece.

Didn't have time to get flowers for your table? Fill a bowl with colorful vegetables and fruits from your fridge for a casual and elegant centerpiece.

Although I plan ahead when it comes to my Easter table, I still haven’t decided whether I’m using a tablecloth or runner. If you have a beautiful tabletop, it's a shame to hide it completely, so I’d suggest our beautiful runners. Match the runner with napkins in a similar tone. You don’t need the same set of napkins when you’re setting the table as long as the tone is the same. This will give your table an exclusive, unique and personal look that can’t be duplicated.

It is also nice to use what is in the kitchen as decoration. Fresh vegetables, such as asparagus, green onions and other things give your table a very wonderful spring feeling. These elements add an extra dimension to your table. I dye the eggs with onion peel to get those slightly burnt tones that go so well with the delicate colors on the table.
We'll see what my Easter table ends up looking like, but this is all to say that planning Easter is almost as fun as the Easter dinner itself!

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