6 Unique Tabletop Decorations for Your Easter Table


You probably have a nice assortment of centerpieces for most holidays. After all, you look forward to creating a display of pumpkins and gourds for Thanksgiving and you can hardly wait to have some fun with pinecones for Christmas. However, if you are like many others, you find yourself stumped for Easter. Below are a few ideas that will dress up your table for your Easter celebration.

  • Bird Nests - Obviously, you are not going to add a real bird nest to your table, but you can buy or make one out of twine. Then, you can paint speckled or colorful eggs to sit inside. If you have a long table, two small nests could go on either side of your main centerpiece.

  • Easter Tree - Similar to a Christmas tree, these decorative trees have ornaments, but they resemble Easter eggs. These can be purchased, or if you are feeling crafty, you can make your own.

  • Metallic Eggs - Easter eggs do not have to be pretty pastel colors. If you are having a more formal dinner party, coat eggs with a few different metallic paints and display in a decorative dish or hurricane vase. You don't have to use real eggs either. You can usually pick up wood or plastic ones at the craft store.

  • Fireplace - A bio fuel fireplace that burns eco-friendly fuel is perfect for a more formal gathering. One of these pieces would look nice as a centerpiece with dishes of the above mentioned eggs on either side. Since eco-friendly fuel does not create smoke, there is no smell, mess, or toxic fumes released into the air.

  • Floral Display - You can really never go wrong with fresh cut flowers. Lilies, daffodils, tulips, and daisies are popular picks for Easter. If you don't want a tall vase blocking the view of guests, you can float blossoms alongside floating tea lights in a shallow dish. Always use open blossoms. The best floating varieties include peonies, ranunculus, asters, roses, pansies, and Gerbera daisies. A little moss around the edge and sides of the dish will be a nice finishing touch.

  • Easter Egg Garland - Paint wood eggs a few different colors and lay them down the length of the table like garland. It is easier to create a winding design. If you lay them in a straight line it will be too noticeable when one gets bumped out of place. Don't be afraid to include a few metallic and/or speckled ones, too.

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