Get the prettiest Easter Table Decorations that will turn your Easter brunch, dinner or even a kids party into one to remember! These Easter table centerpieces and decorating ideas will take your spring gatherings to a whole new level.

Spring! It’s my favorite time of the year. Fresh air, new beginnings and lots of brunches! The colors are so soft and beautiful as the season begins to bloom. Enjoy this Easter brunch photographed by Alea Lovely including diy ideas and of course, recipes!

A table set for an Easter Brunch
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Spring! It’s my favorite time of the year. Fresh air, new beginnings and lots of brunches! The colors are so soft and beautiful as the season begins to bloom. Enjoy this Easter brunch photographed by Alea Lovely including diy ideas and of course, recipes!

Spring entertaining is so refreshing, because it brings on a soft palette of subtle colors. Often, our Easter table setting is inspired by what we can find outside, beginning to bloom in the garden. Or, perhaps we are inspired by the fresh flowers at the grocery store!

A white pitcher filled with white tulips.

This post is full of inspiration for your Easter table decorations and beyond. You will find ways to incorporate decor you already have, shifting it to work with the season in an affordable way.

I hope you enjoy this inspiration, with links to a variety of projects we’ve created for our Easter tables over the years.

A basket of multicolored eggs.

Easter Table Decorations

This Easter, I’m keeping it casual with my everyday dishes, but you can never go wrong with classic white. I always keep my Easter table decorations minimal, so I can enjoy the day going to church & hunting Easter eggs with the girls.

Hardboiled eggs dyed in the softest blue and natural brown eggs filled apothecary jars for simple decor along with a preserved boxwood wreath.

Two glass containers of wooden Easter eggs

I had originally planned to plant grass for my Easter table, but never found the time. As an alternative, I filled a wooden box, which cheese comes in at the grocery store, with hardboiled eggs and loose tulips!

Don’t skip this incredible round up of 125+ of the Best Easter Recipes. I’ve got a simple tutorial for Easy DIY Easter Flowers, too. And there are so many easy tutorials for flowers here, as well: 12 + Simple Flower Arrangements.

A wooden box filled with easter eggs in the center of Easter table decor

To recreate this look, fill a box with fabric to build up the space, add eggs and insert fresh cut tulips {or your flower of choice}. It’s perfectly imperfect.

easter centerpiece of eggs and tulips in a wooden box on a dining room table.

Hardboiled eggs in egg cups were embellished with a gold sharpie for place cards.

An easter placesetting with an egg in an egg cup, name written on it

More Easter Table Decorations

The following year, I set another pretty Easter table with influences from our redbud in the yard and these charming bunnies we found.

Using standard egg cups, I filled them with a little water and Spanish moss to give them a nested feel. Then, I tucked in snips from my redbud tree, creating pretty place settings in just a minute.

The soft pinks are a beautiful contrast to my standard Easter blue, that I don’t think I can ever shy away from. Dusty blue just feels quintessential Easter to me.

Simple Easter decorating ideas - flowers in an egg cup

I used my burlap table runner in lieu of a table cloth. Get the diy details here.

DIY Easter centerpiece & flowers

I used a mix of brass and silver with a pot of fresh rosemary in the center. A larger sisal bunny watches over on the dresser with the preserved boxwood wreath.

pretty Easter table setting
Casual Easter table setting - beautiful for brunch or dinner

I love the way this simple, charming table turned out and I’m so glad to have these memories!

Easter Kids Table

When you’re a kid, you want to be a part of the celebration, not at a separate table brushed to the side of the room. Unless, it’s made into a party! A fun area just for kids! What kid doesn’t love a party? If you can’t include them at the table, incorporate a few simple things just for them.

Two little girls sitting at a table

So, I created a buffet, just for the kids. Adalyn’s Easter basket was perfect for holding the sugar cookie favors – pink bunnies to go with the theme. The pin board creates an easy backdrop.

Cinnamon rolls in the shape of a snowflake.

And the cinnamon rolls? Bunny shaped and loaded with icing just for them! {ps, these are simply the best. Make sure you follow the link to the recipe!}

I created the banner above printing letters on cardstock, cutting them out adding the “ducktail” or flag detail and adhering them with double stick tape to ribbon. It couldn’t be any easier!

white dresser with easter banner over top
A banner that reads "Happy Easter"

Bunny shaped placed cards were adorned with ranunculus bunny tails.

Bunny name cards with a flower for the tail.

When hosting a party or decorating for a holiday, I always look to what I have first. This little lamb was Chris’ when he was a baby.

When hosting a party or decorating for a holiday, I always look to what I have first. This little lamb was Chris’ when he was a baby.

Are we really allowed to eat these Bakery Sugar Cookies?

Two little girls wearing matching dresses sitting next to each other.

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  1. What a beautiful table setting!! I especially love your Oakville Grocery bag! It’s my favorite place to visit in Napa 🙂

    1. Thank you! I love Oakville Grocery – we stop every time we go as well! Hope you have a beautiful Easter!