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10 Easter Table Decorations

From pretty plates to pastel pieces, these Easter table settings are all the inspo you need for a lovely spring feast.

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table settingsCourtesy Hey Wedding Lady, Brooke Bakken Photography

Pretty Menus 

Everyone likes to know what they’re eating…and what better (or cuter) way to describe your dishes than hand-printed menus? Place one at each guest’s plate and choose your words wisely. For example, green beans become fresh haricot verts and bread becomes crusty sourdough. The more descriptive, the better. Check out these Easter dinner ideas for your menu.

Get more inspiration from Hey Wedding Lady.

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table settingsCourtesy sugarandcharm.com

Bunny Napkins


Make sure every-bunny has a napkin with this easy DIY folded take. Pick a cloth napkin in a spring print or hue, then follow this tutorial to create your bunny-approved place setting. This is a great project for the kids to help out with before your guests arrive.

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Southwestern Easter Eggs 


Give your Easter table a whimsical upgrade with these uber-cute cactus dyed eggs. Simply tape on paper cutouts for the arms and use a fine-point marker for the details. A tiny tissue paper flower gives the look a finishing touch.

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table settings/easterCourtesy sugarandsoul.co

Easter Sundaes


Turn Easter Sunday into Easter “sundae” with a build your own sundae bar. Put out ramekins and jars filled with all the toppings you can think of (crushed Oreos, sprinkles, caramel corn, fruit, etc) and let guests make their own desserts. Get inspiration from our all-time favorite sundae recipes.

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Dyed easter egg bouquet from http://paintyourselfasmile.com/paintyourselfasmile

Easter Egg Bouquet


This springy floral centerpiece might look elaborate, but it’s quite simple to make. Simply glue plastic easter eggs onto dowels and add it to a grocery-store bundle of sunny daffodils and carnations. Check out this tutorial for how to make DIY indigo marbled eggs.

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table settingsCourtesy theyarecrafty.blogspot.com

Garden Settings


Rabbits love carrots just as much as you’ll love these napkin and silverware pairings straight out of the garden. Wrap green plastic utensils in orange napkins, then secure them with green ribbon or pipe cleaner. They’re perfect for the kids, just like these genius Easter activities.

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Edible Nests


Nests have never looked so good…or tasted so delicious. These mini bundt cakes drizzled with vanilla glaze and topped with chocolate eggs have a surprise element, too—they’re filled with even more Easter candy. Guests will be thrilled when they cut into the cake and discover all the goodies inside. Learn how to make them.

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table settingsCourtesy flat-lay.com

Rock On


For an on-trend table, pull in one of the year’s hottest patterns: marble. It’s chic, elegant and classy. Include it in one eye-catching statement piece (like a tablecloth or runner), then accent it with bright pops of color like hot pink or lime green. If you don’t want to splurge, this marble-pattern contact paper is a quick fix.

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Double-Duty Place Cards


Dying eggs is a must-do Easter activity. Instead of leaving them on display, give them to your r guests in the form of a pretty place card. Dye the eggs to match your color scheme, then write on names with a metallic Sharpie. Psst! Here’s what to do with your leftover hardboiled eggs.

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table settingsCourtesy uptodateinteriors.com

Floral Forward


The two things that remind us most of spring: fresh flowers and pale pastels. So your Easter table should incorporate both. Balance bold, bright blooms with subtle, subdued succulents (a big trend right now!) and lacy ribbons. Then choose plates and napkins in matching hues for a lovely spring layout. Get the tutorial from Up to Date Interiors.

Amanda Tarlton
As both a freelance lifestyle writer and editor for a national teen magazine, Amanda spends most of her time creating #content. In those (rare) moments when she's not at her desk typing furiously, she's likely teaching a hot yoga class, reading the latest chick-lit or baking a batch of her famous scones.

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