Easter is round the corner. There is still so much to do. All the mess with cleaning and shopping doesn’t let you think about what your Easter table will look like. If you want to surprise your I have a few ideas for you. This i show you can refresh your dining room decor. Thanks to the Easter elements shown below your family meeting will be unforgettable!
#1 A Cabbage Vase
There is no way your family will pay no attention. If you don’t have fresh flowers, use fake ones.
#2 Golden Eggs
Easter is all about eggs. That’s why you need to have some decorations with them. Paint some
eggs gold and put some flowers in them. Lily of the valley will look all so charming!
#4 A branch with Easter eggs
Easter eggs look good in an Eater basket, but they will look even better if you attached them
to a branch. I’m sure you will find one in the or a park. Coil the branch sticks with some embroidery floss or rope and then hang the Easter eggs. If there are many eggs, that can be
toned down with a white vase.
#5 French-style basket
Take a French wine basket (available in most interior decoration stores), prepare a lot of eggs
and fresh flowers. Geranium leaves will do, too. Gently arrange the eggs inside the basket and
then create a pattern of the leaves and colourful flowers.
#6 A table for the young ones
All kids will love it for sure. If you have a big family and at Easter kids will have their own
table, prepare a surprise for them. Pour some gummies or candies. Cut bunny out of a piece of styrofoam and paint it. Punch them onto long tooth picks or skewer sticks and it’s done!
#7 Napkins with a bunny
If you didn’t manage to buy napkins with Easter eggs or Easter bunnies, all you need to do is to
take standard white napkins and decorate them yourself. Cut out a bunny out of a piece of cardboard, fold the napkin to form a rectangle and tie everything up with a wrapping rope.
#8 Carrot Basket
Many of us believe that using plastic cutlery at Easter is inappropriate. However, if your family is really huge I can see some rational behind it. If you don’t want your cutlery to look dowdy, use a set of green forks and knives wrapping them with orange napkins. This will work at
Easter and any time later you have your barbecue.
#9 Bread Bunny
In some countries soups are served inside a hollow loaf of bread. If you would like to go for
a mix of tradition and innovation, then you can turn the bread into a bunny’s head. Use one
piece to form the head and another to make the ears. Add a pink candy to make the nose and
two brown ones to.
#10 Egg Candles
This is really easy to make and looks spectacular. I am sure you will have plenty of egg shells. Try to peel eggs gently so that they don’t get damaged too much. Use the tea lights or candles of similar size, and put them inside the shell. If they are too big, wait until wax melts. Then put it out and gently pour the wax into the shell.
#11 A minimalist Easter table
If there are so many dishes all over your Easter table that there is hardly any space for several decorations, why don’t you choose something subtle, like colourful napkins, spring willow or box tree twigs together with Easter eggs on a plate.
#12 A mix of colours!
Another idea for those whose Easter table will not have much space for lavish decoration.
Colourful napkins and Easter eggs on plates will be enough to create the festive atmosphere of Easter.
#13 Easter Egg Bowl
To make one you can use a bowl with a lid or on a tall one with a leg. Take Easter eggs of three
crayon colours and arrange them in the dish. You can also use spring willow or box tree twigs as well as single-colour flowers.
#14 Easter Napkins
If you tie a dark-colour napkin with a hard-boiled egg appropriately, that will absolutely be enough to feel the Easter spirit.
Which one do you like the most?