Easter is quickly approaching and my family will be headed over to my mom’s home for Easter dinner. She always has a the table beautifully decorated for the holiday. If you aren’t quite sure what will adorn your table then be inspired with these 20 Easter Centerpieces!
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I’ve always loved this picture! Set a small vase inside a larger one and surround with eggs!
I made Speckled & Gilded Egg nests resting on mercury glass candle pillars. The varying heights add interest to the centerpiece.
Beth from Home Stories A to Z (also my sister) will show you how to decorate with tulips. I love how she pairs tulips and Easter candy for a whimsical yet beautiful arrangement. Try not to eat it before your guests arrive.
Group eggs and small grapevine nests together on two stacked cake pedestals.
Sometimes simplicity is just stunning! These beautiful painted wood eggs and nest rest on a lovely milk glass cake pedestal.
String a garland of plastic eggs and drape them down the center of the table.
Vivienne from the V Spot teaches how to group fruit, roses, and hydrangea for a fresh and lush centerpiece.
Who can resist a Matthew Mead arrangement? Hop on over to Brooklyn Limestone to learn how easy this stunning centerpiece is to make!
Make a centerpiece you’ll want to touch! Soft feather boas wrap around glossy ceramic bunnies and beautiful mercury glass pillars.
This sweet arrangement is made from a simple paper sack with a jar inside holding the flowers! Brilliant!
Instead of one large centerpiece, try individual name place settings made from mini terracotta pots filled with wheat grass and a little egg! Each guest can take their little pot home with them also. How cute is that? Click over to see how Kendra at Me and My Insanity made them!
Use a tray of wheat grass and chocolate bunnies for a quick and easy centerpiece.
Myra’s at My Blessed Life thought out of the box with this one! Have your centerpiece HANG from the chandelier?!
Beth explains how to create blooming branches for an Easter Centerpiece that is easy and inexpensive to make!
Need an adorable kid friendly centerpiece? Check out this one by Breanna at Dollar Store Mom!
Welcome your guest with a cheerful picket fence and baby chick! Angie at The Country Cottage Chick gives a tutorial on how to make one for yourself.
The kids table will love their Easter Egg Tree. Have them help you decorate the tree.
How about your Easter arrangement serve dual purpose? This one is edible! Hop on over to see Sara at Mom Endeavors for details.
This centerpiece wouldn’t last long in my house!
Yummy white chocolate bunnies hiding in a pot of pansies is a very fast centerpiece to pull together in a pinch!
I hope you’ve gotten some great Easter Centerpiece inspiration! Which is your favorite?