I always loved Easter, I am a girl that comes from a family with traditions. This year, however, I won’t be doing my typical Easter decorations and just opted for an Easter side table styling instead. I was having loads of things going on recently and not put many thoughts into it a huge decorating, but I wanted to share that little Easter decoration with you. Usually, on Good Friday we never eat meat and this year, I cooked salmon and potatoes and done huge shopping that 70% included chocolate. I am going to spend this Easter mostly working. I want to take the time to make loads of plans and little re-evaluate my life.
For my Easter side table, I have decided to go very simple. I have purchased the gypsophila flowers also known as Baby Breath. I find these flowers so delicate and beautiful, yet calming and simple. I love that is not overpowering my little Cox and cox easter hanging eggs. My white and grey dipped vase is from Cox and Cox, so is the hairpin legs beautiful stool and both these are from their latest collection. ( you will see these in my more posts coming as well).
Initially, I wanted to colour my eggs and do table decorations but since I found these easter eggs so cute and delicate then I had to come up with a better idea. The eggs are made out of plastic and spray painted ( in case if you have pets or small children) so, comparing to my last year destroyed ones by my cats, so this is definitely a better option this year.
However, gypsophila is toxic to cats so be careful if they getting around these. I have now learned over years how to handle it so I always have a place where I can just put this when they are around. My cats are asleep most days, and I know when it comes to evening I would put this on top of my wardrobe for the night.
So, with this short post, just wanted to wish you Happy Easter.
*I was gifted the hairpin stool, easter eggs and vase from Cox & Cox