Are you looking for a last-minute easy Easter tablescape or centerpiece? One that won’t cost a fortune and doesn’t take alot of time to put together? I have an easy diy Easter centerpiece that will look great for Easter but can last throughout the spring season.
For a fresh take on Easter decorations, I went neutral with creams, whites, raw wood and golds. Neutral color schemes for home decor are one of my favorite things as I believe they look elegant rather than cutesy for children.
MATERIALS FOR EASTER TABLESCAPE
- Flower trug or Easter flower baskets
- Ceramic Easter bunny
- Artificial flowers – white daisies and roses
- Gold satin ribbon
- Easter eggs – I used paper Easter eggs, but you could also use wooden eggs, plastic eggs, etc.
- Mason jars – just one is needed for the centerpiece but you could prepare two more for full Easter table decor – these will be perfect to use as spring decor
- White candle
- Wire cutters
- Glue gun and glue sticks
MAKING THE DAISY CANDLEHOLDER
Cut all of the faux flowers off of the bouquet so that they are single stems.
Attach the first flower at the bottom of the mason jar and at the top with a dab of hot glue.
Equally space the flowers around the mason jar and then glue.
Tie a gold ribbon at the midpoint on the mason jar.
ASSEMBLING THE EASTER CENTERPIECE
Cover your dining table with a tablecloth if necessary or a table runner is also a nice way to add interest. I used both.
Then place the flower trug or basket in the middle of the table. I used a flower trug because I felt it was the best type of basket to transition into spring.
Add the ceramic Easter bunny and the faux flower mason jar candleholder on either side of the handle.
Then place faux flowers around the base. I used my favorite flowers for this table setting which are roses and daisies.
Complete by adding the paper, ceramic or plastic eggs partly in the trug/basket and also spilling out onto the table runner.
IDEAS FOR SETTING THE TABLE
Keep the neutral scheme going by using gold chargers, cream china, gold cutlery and simple crystal glasses.
Place a crisp white napkin with a cute Easter egg napkin ring, placed on an angle next to the side of the bowl. If you aren’t using bowls you could place it across the plate.
Note: I am finding the best napkins at the thrift store because they are vintage and have beautiful lace edges – so always keep your local thrift store in mind for not only linens but glassware, china, vases, etc.
The simple egg napkin rings I used are from the dollar store. I should also mention the dollar store carries a great selection of faux flowers that are perfect for Easter floral arrangements.
A great way to add more interest is to use an interesting table runner like this one…
Or small gold pots and fill them with more neutral spring flowers such as the white roses that I used.
You could also use fresh flowers in a glass vase or multiple glass vases down the center of the table on either side of the centerpiece. Don’t forget that a great place to find beautiful flowers and Easter bouquets is at your local grocery store. If you live further south than me, you may also be able to find a beautiful bloom in your very own garden!
CARRYING THE THEME THROUGH THE ROOM FOR MORE EASTER DECOR IDEAS
I used a beautiful gold mirror, gold candlesticks, white and white washed bunnies, a wood garland of carrots was a perfect way of tying the dining room table with the china cabinet.
DON’T FORGET ABOUT THE CHANDELIER
Often our chandeliers are forgotten but they shouldn’t be. One of my favorite ideas is to add flowers to the chandelier. These large white faux flowers are a cute way to bring the theme up higher into the room. You could always hang Easter eggs from the chandelier or tuck little bunnies into the chandelier.
On Easter morning you could surprise your children by tucking their Easter candy in amongst the flowers in the chandelier as I am sure they won’t be looking there!
LET’S TAKE A LOOK AT THE WHOLE ROOM PUT TOGETHER
SPRINKLE A LITTLE EASTER DECOR THROUGHOUT YOUR HOME
Other ideas of how to decorate for Easter are placing a pretty Easter wreath form on your front door, floral easter baskets on your porch, beautiful arrangements on your entryway table or fireplace mantel, or Easter arrangements on your kitchen shelves or bookcases in your living room. If you stick with a neutral color scheme, it won’t seem overdone. If you love color though, don’t hesitate to introduce colorful blooms throughout your home.
I hope this shows you how easy it is to create an Easter tablescape and has provided you with different ways to decorate for your Easter celebration!
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