If you’re hosting Easter brunch or dinner this year, there’s a good chance that you’ve already started planning the menu. But have you thought about how to decorate your dining table? Easter table décor doesn’t need to be complicated — here are some easy Easter table setting ideas to get you started.
1. Simple and elegant
If you’re pressed for time, this look is simple, elegant, and takes only a few minutes to put together. This white-on-white look is fresh and all you have to do is add a tulip or other flower loosely wrapped in a ribbon along with a cloth or paper napkin. Image credit: Boxwood Clippings
2. Relaxing and timeless
This combination of white plates and clear glasses on a simple grey linen tablecloth is simple and stylish and could be used all year around. To add a touch of Easter to the setting, simply add an egg (faux or real) wrapped in natural raffia and a few branches of pussy willow to add texture, height, and a touch of spring to your table. Image credit: Bloglovin‘
3. Soft and sophisticated
Welcome guests to the table with a painted monogrammed Easter egg set on each place setting. Complete the fresh look with a sprig of white blossoms on a peach-colored napkin. Image credit: Better Homes & Gardens
4. Fun and whimsical
Create a fun look with an Easter table that kids will love. Use a large egg-shaped plate, adorn it with a fun pastel patterned napkin and top it off with a trio of bright orange carrots for a fun and playful look. Photo taken at: Pier 1
5. Easter and spring look
Get this look by layering placemats and plates of different colors, textures and patterns and display this beautiful vintage garden nest as a centerpiece for each setting. Complete each setting with a soft blue napkin and bright pink napkin ring. Photo taken at: Pier 1
We have lots of Easter table setting ideas posted on our Pinterest board, where we’ve done all the research for you. We picked various looks and styles ranging from simple to elegant, with nature-oriented looks, florals and pastels, vintage motifs, and kid-friendly designs. See you there!
Which table setting best represents your style?
Happy (early) Easter!