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Easy to Make Easter Décor for Your Table

Create beautiful table décor these experts approved decorating ideas.

Lay The Table With Colorful Fabrics

“Easter brunch is a fun and festive occasion, and while the typical bunny and egg themed decor is great, you can always up the level of sophistication by incorporating luxurious (and colorful!) fabrics into a decorative table. Manuel Canovas gave an edge to this traditional toile with a fabulous fuchsia/orange color combination.”

Add Vintage Touches

“Add a dash of whimsy to the table with figural serving pieces and accessories. These silver-plated salt and pepper shakers were my grandmother’s, but new styles can be just as chic.”

Arrange Home-Grown Blossoms

“I would recommend using blossoms and branches from your own garden to create dimension and interest to the table. I love using different shades of greens and pinks for spring, while introducing fresh produce to add an unexpected element. Tying in colored linen napkins adds the finishing touch to a beautiful Easter table.”

Try Unconventional Centerpieces

“Vases are not technically needed to dress the center of your table for an Easter brunch. Raid your kitchen cabinets for favorite pitchers, cake stands, bottles, creamers and fruit vessels to create a multi-leveled still-life display for your Easter table, whose whole is much greater than the simple sum of its parts. Although the shapes and scales might vary of the individual containers, if the vessels are in the same general color and material palette, they will work beautifully as a unified set.”

Bring Easter Brunch Outside

“Easter coincides with the coming of Spring. Take advantage of nature’s reemerging beauty by hosting your Easter feast outdoors in an intimate space. An outdoor backdrop frees you up to keep the tablescape fairly simple. Adding throw pillows and blankets makes the table feel cozy and comfortable.”

Accessorized With Colorful Accents

“Instead of opting for the traditional Easter pinks and purples, I work with green to play off of the beginning of Spring. Accommodating my large family leaves little table room for any aesthetic additions like centerpiece items, so I try to pull in as much color as I can from the items that absolutely have to be there.When working with your everyday white china, you can still have a completely over-the-top tablescape by using colorful essentials — flatware, napkin rings, crystalware, and table linens.”

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