Creative Easter Centerpieces For Your Easter Brunch, Lunch or Dinner


Anybody out there thinking about Easter yet? It’s just around the corner — April 8th this year so it’ll be here before you know it. Which means for those of you who are hosting Easter brunch or dinner it’s time to think about what you’re going to do with your tables and decorating in general. Yep, it’s time to get creative.


How about this look? This is a fun, cheery way to decorate a buffet table, your kitchen island or an entry table. And, it’s not an expensive thing to do. Very little investment in time and money and you can create this showy “flower tower” yourself.


A more sophisticated look here. Notice all the fun details? The pitcher of flowers, mismatched bunnies, the simple bowl of pastel colored eggs, napkin rings and basket name cards. Ca-uuuuute! And, if you’re smart enough to have invested in simple white dishware you know it goes with absolutely anything and everything. (Clear glass dishware is also a good, versatile investment.)


Look what fun you can have with birds nests. This little touch makes a great statement.


Love this row of birds nests filled with daffodils and eggs. And these adorable clay pots with initialed eggs in them. How fun!


Notice each has a daffodil tucked beside it. Sweet touch.


Another fun take on the birds nest theme.


How about clustering some potted plants together and just tucking a bunny in the middle? What a great idea! That’s a quick, easy way to create a unique Easter theme out of things you already have.


The branch look is all the rage for all sorts of party themes these days. Clip some branches from the yard, place them in a clear vase filled with rocks and glue some flowers and birds on them. When grouped with this bowl of colored eggs, pink flowers, and colorful napkins tied with pastel ribbon…..a perfect buffet table display.


Yellow and white…..always a happy combination.


This is a fun way to dress up your dessert plate. Small branches, a nest filled with jelly beans and a clipped on butterfly. (You could clip on a bird or tuck a small bunny beside it instead if you had those on hand.)


And, how fun would this be if you have a house full of kiddo’s?


Filling a clear vase with colorful, sliced fruit is always a beautiful way to dress up a floral bouquet. It adds such freshness and color without adding a lot of expense.

So there you go……lots of ideas to get you started thinking about your own Easter gathering. Time to get those creative juices flowing so you’re ready when it gets here. And, we all know it’ll be here before we know it!

Happy Decorating!

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