13 Simple Ideas to Decorate Your Easter Table
13 Simple Ideas to Decorate Your Easter Table today so that you can focus on cooking and entertaining the day of!
When it comes to home décor, Easter is the perfect excuse to get creative. The arrival of spring brings in new energy that infuses your home with a fresh look, and what better way to do this than by sprucing up your Easter table? Whether you’re hosting an intimate family dinner or planning fun activities for kids, here are some easy ideas that will bring out the hues of this cheerful season and also add sparkle to your tablescape!
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I've been blogging here at Our Southern Home since 2012. That's a lot of centerpieces through the years. It's fun for me to go back and reminisce as I create posts like this.
I encourage you to think outside the box as you create your Easter tablescape. Shop your home to create a unique look. It's perfectly ok to “borrow” accessories from other areas of your home.
Things to Use that You May Already Own
- Pashmina scarf in spring colors for a table runner
- Hardback books in softer colors make nice risers for bunnies
- Cake stands aren't just for cakes!
- Pretty glassware can hold flowers
- Greenery, branches, and flowers from your yard
- A cloche can be filled with eggs
- Clear glass urns and vases can be filled with faux eggs
- Chinoiserie balls are gorgeous mixed with Easter eggs
13 Simple Ideas to Decorate Your Easter Table
This was such a simple Easter look. The main centerpiece can easily be moved since it is contained in this tray.
One of my favorite Easter decor items to have on hand is a collection of faux eggs!
Wow ! This is such an old post from 2014. Excuse the dark and horrid photography, but this does showcase some very simple ideas that you can use for the holiday.
This is the current look for the dining table in our kitchen. I've really enjoyed the look in the dough bowl.
Maybe you prefer a more subtle look for Easter dinner. This look can be used beyond the Easter holiday.
This birdhouse tablescape was another fun look to use beyond Easter! I simply painted some craft store houses. This would be fun to do with children.
Dollar store figurines and spray paint are a quick and simple craft to add a little Easter to your table. Plus you can use them year after year.
This was a simply elegant look for our formal dining room.
This was one of my favorite looks for spring ever! It was just so fun and whimsical. I just may need to do something similar for this week!
Here is another eclectic look for spring using a collection of teapots!
This was not an entire tablescape, but would be great for your table or even for a buffet setup! Layer and display small plates for the season.
While this was a vignette idea for our porch, the tulips in a basket would be lovely for a tablescape centerpiece.
We always set our food for dinners on the center island to serve buffet style. I've never been one to place food on the table. There is no right or wrong way. It is just personal preference. Our Easter lunch will center around this centerpiece.
As you prepare to welcome your family, friends, or even just yourself to Easter dinner this year, remember that the table can become its own work of art! Incorporate colors inspired by the season with blooms or eggs and get creative when it comes to your design. Whether you choose to add a few sprigs of fresh greenery or opt for an extra dose of sweetness through candy, cake stands, and colored eggs – by adding some simple decor touches, you'll be sure to create an unforgettable dining experience for all. Embrace the opportunity to take on a creative project this Easter holiday and make your dinner table bloom!
Christy has been creating content for Our Southern Home since 2012. She has been featured in numerous print and online publications. Her classic, eclectic design approach spans her home and fashion style. Christy has a way of mixing store-bought with thrift store, antique and vintage finds. As a recent empty nester, she is having fun navigating this new stage of life. Read more about Christy HERE. Be sure to subscribe below. You can also contact me HERE.