| empty eggshells with flowers from your garden |
Easy and Elegant Easter Table
A reader asked me for some advice on how to put together a pretty, but simple Easter Table. She described herself as “not very crafty” which is something that I hear a lot. I know that it may seem like you need special training to design and create a festive table for a special occasion, but all you really need is confidence.
I think that most people will agree that simplicity is the highest form of elegance. That being said, there is also nothing wrong with a lavishly set Easter Table like the one I did last year. We hosted Easter Brunch and I wanted to create a big impact. I started with my design inspiration which were my new dining room panels. From there, I purchased color coordinating flowers for the centerpiece of the table. Click HERE to see my Easter table from last year. I still love looking at the photos!
However, the point of this blog post is to demonstrate to you that anyone can easily pull together a beautiful Easter table with a few simple things. A single tulip on a napkin that has been tied up with a matching ribbon is sometimes all you need. Here are some easy and elegant Easter table ideas.
| a single tulip in your favorite color tied with a pretty satin ribbon |
| a row of light blue mason jars with the same flower in each jar |
| here is a small blue mason jar with a petite bouquet |
| I see these egg candles in home stores and think that they make a pretty centerpiece |
| get your kiddos involved by dyeing easter eggs in pastel colors and adding flowers |
| I love this idea of marbled jellybeans with assorted flowers in tiny vases dotted around your table |