The same rule of three (main colors, that is) that applies to selecting an indoor color scheme also works when planning an outdoor party. Choose three main colors to create a theme then carry those colors throughout with accessories like napkins, plates, place cards, paper pom-poms, pennants or balloons.
Bring the freshness of spring to your table by arranging blooms of tulips, star of Bethlehem and maidenhair ferns into white vases like milk glass or Easter rabbit vases on coordinating cake stands for height.
Scatter small white Easter baskets throughout the table to serve as decor and an extra touch of sweetness when filled with mini yellow and white chocolate eggs. Let guests nibble as they enjoy company and conversation.
A small white end table with an east Asian flair holds small knick-knacks that show the owners' personality and a wicker lamp with a customized, fabric-covered shade. The white painted walls and Mexican tile floor give the space an always-fresh look that feels uncluttered — even with so many accessories.