Easter Brunch seems to be such a BIG DEAL these days – I used to work in fine dining and it was our 2nd busiest lunch of the year (coming in close behind Mother’s Day, of course!) Yes, the endless mimosas and outside air are nice, but everything is just so…crowded. This year, I’m hosting a much more casual (and much more fun) brunch at my home – bottomless mimosas included! Whether you’re choosing simple, elegant, or completely casual, I’ve found these easy Easter tablescapes to get you started. I’m already planning away! #shocker
Easy Easter Tablescapes
Easy Egg Gift Box – Fill these with candy (pastel M&Ms, Cadbury eggs, Peeps) and set on table or near front door for guests to take as they leave. Write each guest’s name and place them on plates to make cute individual place holders!
Table Decor Printable – Wrap chocolates and water bottles with these cute printables. The set also includes pieces for your lawn and to decorate the table.
Rustic Easter Centerpiece – This would look beautiful on an indoor or outdoor table and will last throughout the season 🙂
Fillable Easter Ornaments – Grab some of your leftover empty DIY ornaments, or buy some here – fill them with jelly beans or M&Ms and place around the table or hang from trees outside. Give them to guests as they leave, or save them for yourself!
Easter Bunny Napkins – These are so much fun!!! It’s like napkin origami that everyone can appreciate (and you can make them while you’re watching TV…yessss)
Citrus Wreath Centerpiece – I absolutely LOVE this, and can’t wait to use it all Spring and Summer long! What a great way to use all of the fresh, brightly colored fruit I find throughout the warm months. You can leave it on your table for days, and once you’re over it you have all the fruit you need for all kinds of recipes 🙂
Wooden Easter Bunny – Hang this over your mantel to accent the rest of the house, or hang near the table for everyone to see.
Floral Easter Eggs – Create your own beautiful vases by using foam eggs and your favorite pastel paints, and load them with flowers. You can pack these away and reuse them next year.
Paper Plate Easter Baskets – Fill these with your favorite baked goods or some home-dyed eggs for your guests to take with them! These, too, can be placed on the table or near the front door for everyone to take. And it’s super affordable!
Printable Cupcake Wrappers – Have I mentioned I love cupcakes?! I’m sure I have. I would be crazy not to. These little basket wrappers give some extra flair to your famous recipe, or the good ol’ Funfetti that I refuse to give up. Hey! A cupcake is a cupcake!
Easter Bunny Cake – This is so much fun and there are really so many ways to make it “your own.” Have fun and get creative!
Lemon Flower Arrangement – Remember how much I said I loved the Citrus Wreath??? Well, talk about convenient! Slice up those lemons (or limes or oranges or grapefruit) and place them inside a glass vase to add color and that fresh citrus smell to your table or kitchen.
Printable Peeps Garland – Hang this around the edge of the table, or over it on the wall. Heck, hang it on your fireplace. It’s so darn cute.
Ruffled Tablecloth – Make this runner for your table to liven up the tablescape. Easy and colorful. And isn’t Spring really about those colors??
Modern Brushstroke Vase – This project is a great excuse to get together with your friends and do something crafty! There are no rules or guidelines outside of cleaning the vase and letting paint dry – and what better time to catch up and have some wine? It’s fun to see how different each vase turns out (when filled with flowers, these also make great Easter gifts for friends and neighbors.)
Enjoy your beautiful table and Easter brunch, everyone!
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