Intro: Easter centerpieces really set the tone for your Easter decorations. If you're planning on having a formal Easter dinner, you'll want some easy decorations that you buy or make. Fortunately, many of the Easter centerpiece ideas that you can implement start with elements such as eggs (including plastic ones), chocolate, candy and other sweet items that you already will have anyway for the holiday. Here are a few Easter decorating ideas for your table to get you started.
Easter Centerpieces ~ Easter Decorating Ideas:
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Dye some eggs with a marble pattern using onion skins. Fill a fancy dish -- antique dishes with handles work well for this -- and fill the bottom of the dish with Easter grass. You can try the green plastic kind, but I like the biodegradable kind. Add the eggs in a beautiful arrangement. Tie a ribbon around each egg for an addition Easter decorative touch.
Make blown out Easter eggs and tie them to your Easter egg tree. You can make an egg tree the traditional way, using the blown eggs, or try one of the variations like in the video. It uses plastic Easter eggs and is super easy to make. This one is a fun, easy Easter craft if you have kids.
You can make tiny Easter basket favors for each plate to complement your Easter centerpieces. Martha Stewart makes a cute one that features a tiny basket filled with a chocolate bunny, eggs and other holiday goodies. It goes right on the plate.
You can make a cute wooden egg bunny for your plates or a bunch of them for your table to make your Easter centerpieces. They're super cute and way easy. You just paint a wooden egg that you get at the craft store or buy the wooden eggs on Amazon, then make foam ears and add googli eyes.
Check back to this page; I'll be adding more Easter centerpieces as the month goes on.