Creating a pretty Easter table sets the mood for the spring holiday, which is often much needed after a cold, gray winter. You can choose to go all out and get super creative, or keep things simple if you’re crunched for time. Either way, be sure to check out these inspiring examples when you get ready to set your table.
Pale pink and green is a refreshing color scheme that’s perfect for spring and the Easter holiday. Flowering branches in a white wicker basket above creates a simple centerpiece that only takes a few minutes to create.
Pink tulips in a glass vase create a more elegant centerpiece. Get a little fancy by folding your napkins (paper or cloth) into a bunny at each place setting. Here’s a video that shows how to do it!
I love the simplicity of this place setting. A tiny white ceramic bunny sits atop white plates and a woven placemat. Miniature daffodils are surrounded by speckled eggs to create a centerpiece in a white wicker basket covered with moss.
If you’re feeling especially creative, make bunny-shaped cookies with light blue frosting. And if you’re not feeling so creative, get similar cookies from the bakery to decorate your Easter table.
Shades of blue and purple come together for simple spring tablescape. Violets and pansies are now available at garden centers. Why not pot them up for your holiday centerpiece this year?
I love this elegant white and natural tones table for Easter. The big mums are perfect for the large leaf-motif, egg-shaped vase. A burlap table runner and woven rattan placemats lend texture and interest.
When it doubt, opt for a pussy willow centerpiece. Make it more festive by hanging a few painted eggs from the branches.
When choosing a color scheme for Easter decor, you can’t go wrong with purple and yellow.
This is my Easter brunch table setting from a few years ago.
And my pink and blue Easter table setting.
And finally, my Easter tablescape that includes free printables.
I hope you enjoyed this collection of spring table settings and found some ideas for the upcoming holiday!