EASY And Impromptu Easter Table Decor! Happy Easter!

by Katie on April 23, 2011

Easter is a time of new beginnings and a sign that Spring is really here. And according to the fashion world, you are now permitted to wear white clothing freely! (You know the silly saying, you can’t wear white before Easter and after Labor Day!) For me it’s a time for informal family gatherings with the traditional Honey Baked ham, cheese potato casserole and Cadbury Eggs (yumm)! When decorating for Easter, people can conjure up images such as plastic Easter grass or Easter Bunny flags… No, I’m not talking about that kind of Easter decor. Just impromptu, EASY and inexpensive ideas using everyday house hold items to dress your Easter holiday table!

I am a huge fan of using branches for centerpieces! You can get elaborate by adding flowers and/or crystals or just keep it oh-naturale. Either way, they are a dramatic item to dress up any table setting!

A simple branch arrangement with flowers.

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An elaborate arrangement with flowers and birds.

Martha Stewart -Easter tree with birds

For a vintage flair, I love the simple idea of setting a teapot with flowers on top of a tea cup! Simple and very cute!
 Or setting the flower filled teapot or creamer dish on top of a cake plate?

How about a few fresh flowers in tea cups placed on saucers?

I love using fruit in table arrangements. Dramatic and very easy!
Have fruit and a large vase? Just add water! A look that is stylish and simple!
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 Voila! A stylish table arrangement made super easy! I hope everyone has a wonderful time of new beginings!  Happy Easter!  

Thanks so much for reading! Stay tuned for my next post where I talk about the transformation of our guest bedroom to a chocolate brown and lime green funky space. My “Guest Bedroom Boudoir”!

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Bobbie Flynn April 27, 2011 at 4:28 pm

Oh I should have done this last Sunday for Easter!


Katie April 27, 2011 at 6:04 pm

Yes, I am really fond of using fruit in large vases for an easy dramatic look!


Marie @ SubstanceofLiving March 21, 2013 at 4:14 pm

I absolutely love the tree with the birds! My mom has an indoor tree that she decorates with Cardinals for Christmas.

Thank you for sharing.



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