Top 9 Easter Table Decor Ideas

Are you stuck on how to decorate for Easter? If yes, you’re in the right place! We’re going to share our top Easter table décor ideas, plus an easy DIY Peep silk flower arrangement. Every-bunny get ready; it’s almost Easter time. You might be hosting the annual family brunch celebration and looking for some last-minute Easter decoration ideas to impress the family. We’re not talking about the egg hunt! While you might opt for a more intimate celebration, if yes, this gives you even more reason to go big and let your imagination run wild. You might be wondering when to decorate for Easter and looking for some inspiration for the Easter table décor. Luckily, there’s so much you can do at home — from floral arrangements, wreaths, garlands, and more, you can dive right in and start DIYing. The best part is that you can reuse your creations for the rest of the spring season. So get ready and hop on for the best Easter table décor tips.

Let’s spring right into our list of top simple Easter table decorations

1. DIY Easter Arrangement with Peeps

Everyone loves peeps. Known for their cute bunny design, why not add them to a floral arrangement and exude Easter vibes throughout. DIY, get the family involved. We recommend using silk flowers because real flowers might die with the sugar peeps. After all, you won’t be able to water them. Why kill innocent flowers? Opt for high-quality silk flowers that look just like the real thing; you will be surprised. Don’t be scared of silk flowers. If you’re asking yourself how to make fake plants look more real, we have a few tips.

Supplies you will need for your Easter floral arrangement with peeps:

  • 2 bags of jellybeans
  • 12 peeps and more to eat!
  • Faux florals! We used white silk hydrangeas as they are a perfect transitional flower.
  • Eucalyptus stem
  • Clear vase, your choice on the size

Instructions for Peeps Easter Flower Arrangement:

STEP 1

Arrange your flower stems in a bag; when you have a look you desire, use rubber bands to hold them in place. (we didn’t have rubber bands so we used unused scrunchies ;) it’s okay no one will see it)

STEP 2

Place your arranged bouquet in the vase and start assembling! Use an image as an example to help guide you.

STEP 3

First pour your desired amount of jelly beans; after you have an excellent even layer, start with the peeps and repeat the steps until the bag is covered and only the top of the stems show.

STEP 4

Finally, place your arrangement on the table accompanied by good food and company.

*Note: feel free to cut the stems to achieve your desired height but be careful as this may damage the item

2. Topiaries

Who says topiaries belong only outdoors? Adorn your Easter table with some faux-bulous artificial topiaries that come in a set of 3. Create a cohesive look by adding one in the front, center, or back of the table. Alternatively, you can place them together in a row back to back. Be creative fill the artificial topiaries with little bunny-inspired ornaments or little Easter eggs.

3. Mixed Flowers Floral Hat Wreath

If you’re looking to display some blooms in a fun and unique way, hang the mixed flowers hat wreath on any bare wall or door. Many customers enjoy adding to walls in the hallways that might, otherwise, appear dull. But did you know? You can also add this wreath to a table centerpiece? If you want to make the hat fuller, DIY by mixing and matching with other blooms can help bring the look together. For those social media lovers, take a flat lay image of the whole table for many likes.

Mixed Flowers Floral Hat Wreath  hanging on door

4. House your flowers in a floral vase

Who says you can’t have too many blooms? Spring is the most inspiring season of all. Especially this spring season, where everyone is slowly hopping back to a resemblance of normal. Even if you’re spending the holiday at home, why not spend more time entertaining the family with some DIY projects. Create an arrangement and house it in a floral-inspired planter that can also be used year-round. You can also use this vase to house other items such as easter eggs, fruits, and veggies. Set the floral vase in the center of the table for a fun touch.

5. Succulent Planter

You might not associate succulents with Easter, but you can add succulents for a thorny touch. Inject texture into your Easter table by curating with these lifelike cacti. If you’re not into bunny-inspired décor and crave something a bit more sleek and refined, you can’t go wrong with succulents. You can even use this piece year-round and for other holidays, including Christmas. If you want something a little cuter, you can gift these mini succulents to guests as a gift by placing them near their plate.

Succulent Planter

6. Set the scene with a candelabrum

If you decide to forgo a lunch or brunch and decide on an Easter dinner, make the occasion more intimate by adding a candelabrum to help set the scene. Greet guests with a warm welcome by making things a bit cozier. Grab your favorite scented mini candle to create a relaxing atmosphere. Best of all? You can choose a candelabrum that has some florals for a springtime feel. Especially if you fancy an alfresco dining experience, the candles are sure to help bring a little warmth. Bring the restaurant look to your spaces today.

7. Add a garland

Every great tablescape deserves a garland. While you may think that garlands belong in the staircase, mantel, or bedframe, they do help create an epic table. Think about it, they can serve as a divider among the food, guests, or to signal the center. Once you have a garland, you can decide how you want to decorate, a theme and where to play each item. The beauty is that you can let the garland guide you on design, this is useful for those that have a hard time choosing where to begin decorating. Once you have a garland, let it guide you in terms of color and styles for your other table accents.

8. Hide little eggs sporadically

Every great tablescape deserves a garland. While you may think that garlands belong in the staircase, mantel, or bedframe, they do help create an epic table. Think about it, they can serve as a divider among the food, guests, or to signal the center. Once you have a garland, you can decide how you want to decorate, a theme and where to play each item. The beauty is that you can let the garland guide you on design, this is useful for those that have a hard time choosing where to begin decorating. Once you have a garland, let it guide you in terms of color and styles for your other table accents.

9. Olive stems

We know how much you guys love the olive tree! We love it too. Because this is a trendy plant, why not decorate with some loose olive stems? Especially if you already have a faux olive tree, this can help bring the room together. Add the branches in a planter of your choice, mix and match with other blooms that you like. The stems even come with fake olives that are incredibly lifelike. Consider adding other olive-inspired goodies to your table décor for a put-together look. We can’t wait to see the pictures.

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