If you plan to stay at home this Easter holiday, having a brunch or dinner with your family, then you’ll want to give a special treat to your house especially the dining table. Create a beautiful tablescape so that your family can have a lot of fun in this spring season’s special moment. Here are 5 updates you can easily make to create a simple yet wonderful Easter tablescape.
Of course, nothing can represent Easter better than bunny for it is the symbol of Easter. You should consider incorporating bunnies into your Easter tablescape. The easiest way is to add a bunny sculpture to the centerpiece of the table. Or, use dishware with bunnies on them.
Other ways, you can decorate the back of the chairs with fluffy bunny tails made of ribbons or fold the napkins into bunny shapes.
Bunny sculptures come in various shapes, sizes, and materials. If you like rustic, you can choose wood or ceramic materials. And for a more glamorous look, you can go with metal or glass materials.
This chair decoration is quite easy to DIY. You can use pompoms or cuts of faux fur fabric.
There may be no time to learn origami from your kids, but you can simply wrap a napkin around a dyed egg and tie with a ribbon to create bunny shape.
Besides bunnies, eggs are also a part of the Easter tradition. So, you’ll want to decorate the dining table with some eggs too. You can either purchase egg ornaments or DIY some colorful dyed eggs. Another option is to paint the eggs.
Colorful dyed eggs will give a wonderful touch to your centerpiece.
You can create a small nest for each egg, then line them along the center of the table for an adorable centerpiece.
Or, use them to fill up a clear glass vase to beautify the floral arrangement.
3. Flowers and Greenery
Spring is the most delightful season of the year. It’s when the weather gets warmer and you start seeing colors from the blooming flowers. Bring the beauty of Spring into your tablescape by decorating with some colorful flowers and greenery. You can use them in the centerpiece, or slip a cut flower into each napkin.
Colorful flowers are always great to bring the Spring spirit into your tablescape and create a cheerful ambiance.
For those of you who love minimalist table decor, you can go with white tulips and green garland as the centerpiece. Incorporate gold accents to add a little glam and luxury.
4. Wood and Twig
Adding a rustic touch is a great way to add warmth and beauty to your decor, and wood is a great element that can bring a rustic feel into the decor. You can incorporate wooden boxes or trays into the centerpiece. This will add elegance to your tablescape.
Another element you should consider using is twig. You can add twigs to your floral arrangement, or use them to create some nests for decoration.
A rustic wooden planter box with vibrant flowers are more than enough to create a beautiful centerpiece.
The decorative wooden trays make this pink and green Easter tablescape looks more casual and warm.
You can create a sophisticated centerpiece with twigs and dyed eggs.
5. Pastel Color Schemes
Soft neutrals and pastels are the most common color schemes used for Easter theme. You can create a colorful tablescape using pastel colors or pick one tone as the color theme. It depends on your taste, but both will give an elegant and lovely results.
Combine pink and blue colors to create a romantic Easter tablescape.
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