I really enjoy Easter. I tend to go a little overboard with Easter baskets and I love a good egg hunt (or two or three). Easter dinner is no exception.
Whether you prefer an elegant leg of lamb, or a beautiful glazed ham, Easter dinner is such a beautiful tradition to bring the family together and enjoy a delicious meal followed by a dessert of cream cheese frosting, I’m sure there’s carrot cake under there somewhere but let’s be honest, it’s all about the frosting.
Here’s a few of the Easter centerpiece ideas I have my eye on this year, which one would you love to have on your table?
I have never really understood a giant chocolate bunny, it’s way to waxy and over-the-top for my tastes, but they make a beautiful centerpiece. I love them in this setting!
This display is absolutely beautiful. Simply place a small vase in a big jar and fill with flowers and eggs. If you don’t have eggs, you could fill it with just about anything small and colorful.
A centerpiece and an appetizer all in one! (Unless I’m the only one who sees candy as a legitimate appetizer). But what a darling way to spruce up plain white candles.
I love tulips, and these beautiful fresh cut yellow tulips against teal blue mason jars make for a beautiful and simple centerpiece, perfect for last minute guests.
Find new ways to use old lanterns by filling them with delicate flowers for Easter. I love the pop of color this brings to the all-white table setting.
Think outside the box with decorations above the table, I love the colorful pom poms and the way this designer used white pitchers as a way to add height and interest to her floral display. Absolutely stunning.
No need for food coloring, this idea is a great way to dress up Easter eggs that are slightly more sophisticated than the traditional method. Use a gold craft marker to hand draw any decor or words you’d like.
No vase? No problem! Use old wine glasses to make a beautiful display of Easter blooms.
I love this table runner for it’s simplicity as well as the fun little pom poms that make a sweet detail. It would be perfect for a dining or a buffet table. Print out an image to create a stencil of a bunny. Simply paint in the silhouette with black paint and hot glue a cute tail. So simple!
Simple kraft paper basket filler makes a great base for decorating apothecary jars, or any glass container with a few colorful eggs. It is perfectly simple and available at most dollar stores.
I’ve seen several types of seasonal trees, but I love that they used poppy’s for this one and the colorful mason jar is a great way to pull everything together. Buy paper mache craft eggs at your local craft store to pull this one off.
This is a beautiful display for a long table. Basic white candles set atop a bed of green grass and small colorful flowers is quintessential Easter and perfect for both a formal Easter dinner or a casual get together.