Celebrate Easter and the arrival of spring with these elegant ideas to decorate the dining room in different styles.
1. A Decorative Edible Easter Tree
Trees and decorations don’t have to be reserved just for Christmas. Whether placed on the dining room table or in the kitchen, everyone will want to eat one of these ” Easter tree ” cookie toppers.
2. A Dozen Eggs, Beautiful!
Copy this idea and turn the eggshells into tiny handmade vases that you can use as centrepieces.
3. Bouquet With Easter Eggs
The secret to this pretty flower arrangement? A vase was hidden within a vase.
4. Grow Your Own Garden
Cut flowers, grass and dyed eggs are the ingredients that make up this beautiful natural centrepiece.
5. How Easy!
A super easy DIY idea? Decorate the tulip vase with a kitchen lace tied with a thread.
6. Carrots, Protagonists
You don’t need to know how good the nutrients in carrots are to see that this table is simply adorable! Watch the tutorial at Love Grows Wild
7. With Country Air
If you want to give your table a bucolic touch, put some coloured Easter eggs on a bed of grass placed in wooden boxes. As a counterpoint, choose a white tablecloth with delicate floral motifs, elegant pastel-coloured dinnerware and beaded napkin rings.
8. How Sweet!
Dressed in natural colours and garden-inspired ideas, this table manages to look elegant and simple. A plus of style? The glass vases wrapped with birch bark sheets.
9. Painted Easter Eggs
If you use painted wooden eggs for your centrepiece you can use them at Easter without the danger of breaking every year and you will not need additional work!
10. Bean-shaped Candies, the Star Piece
Using pastel jelly beans will make your vase of roses appear much sweeter. Watch the tutorial on Creative Juice.
11. With Baby’s Breath (Gypso)
With a painted glass jar, a bouquet of baby’s breath flowers and some butterfly stickers, you will have the ideal centrepiece to celebrate spring. Watch the tutorial at Design Improvised
12. An Easter Picnic
If you want to celebrate Easter and the arrival of spring in the garden, set out a wooden picnic table with fresh-cut flowers, pastel dishes and some DIY candle holders.
13. Minimal With Magnolia Branches
To add a rustic and minimal touch to your Easter table, use freshly cut magnolia branches. Some crystal chandeliers and personalized cards will add an elegant touch.
14. The Art of Flower Arrangement
Ariella Chezar gives us some tips for creating floral centrepieces on the table. Take note of some other secrets in her book The Flower Workshop. Shop smart. Mix buttercups with daffodils and branches that you can find in the gardens. Be sure to ask their owners before picking them up! Follow the rule of three. Group three similar vases with a leading flower, as with buttercups in this composition. Look in your closets. Any container that you can put water in will serve as a vase. An example? Coffee makers, cans, cups, glass jars and more.
15. Monochromatic Elegance
For a sophisticated and delicate touch, place crystal vases on cake stands and fill them with Easter eggs and white tulips.
16. Easter Buffet
Give your Easter table a rustic-chic touch and smell fabulous with spring flowers like primroses and daffodils placed in vintage metal cans. Complete it with a garland and some pictures of chickens made from card stock.
17. Daffodils and Easter Eggs
Expert Jenny Steffens Hobick is the creator of this beautiful Easter brunch table.
18. A Vintage Table With the Scent of Lavender
This pretty table combines lavender centrepieces as shown in the picture. You can even use vintage bronze details like bunnies, candle holders and Easter eggs as cardholders. (Don’t have brass fittings on hand? Use gold spray paint.)
19. With Sparkles of Very Fresh Colors
Spice up your Easter table with yellow or pink flowers, fern leaves, and bowls filled with mandarin oranges. For balance, choose more muted colours, like gray and white striped trivets or light blue dinnerware, as shown in this photo.
20. Bunny Napkins
To decorate the children’s table, use burlap napkins and shape them into a bunny. The problem? They are always too cute to wear!