Easter Sunday is getting closer day by day. So here are 8 Easter dinner table setting ideas that will save you the hassle and sort out your Easter table decoration.
Easter Sunday is getting closer day by day, and you are probably thinking about the preparations for this day. Church, mass, kids’ outfits, lunch or dinner preparation, and definitely the best Easter dinner table setting ideas. Once your Easter menu is sorted out, you will have to move to the Easter dining table setting and sort out the decoration, from plates to runners, napkins, centerpieces, and so forth.
What’s fantastic about Easter decoration is that it fits springtime decoration. The colors, the flowers, the cloth, the candles … are there to save you the hassle and help you put the best Easter dining table decoration.
Join me in reading through the lines below, and identify the best Easter dinner table setting ideas to put together in order to welcome your guest to a beautiful set up for the dining room on Easter Sunday.
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This idea adds a fantastic personal touch to your Easter dinner table setting. First of all, get a small nest and place it in a small cup over a napkin. Next, add a seasonal flower on the side. Get a colored egg and write every guest’s name on the egg with a permanent marker. Place the egg in the nest, and you’re done!
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Putting this Easter bunny centerpiece is very easy. It would help if you get a round white tray and fill it with fake green grass. Add colored eggs, a bowl of small chocolate candy eggs, and a few bunnies. You can paint the bunnies gold or white or any preferred color.
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Do you have nice white vases? These vases are what you need to start DIYing these nice centerpieces. Collect many colorful flowers from roses, tulips, lilies, and so on. Place them in the vases, and voila! You can now use them to decorate your Easter dining table.
Do you love the way this napkin is folded? I am sure kids will love it when they see the bunny sitting on their plates. You can check the full tutorial on how to make them through this link.
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Whether you have colorful papers or not, you can always prepare these nests. You can color the white papers or ask the kids to jump in. Cut the papers then into strips and shape them to form a nest. Finally, get a colored egg and place it in the nest. The whole setting will then be ready for Easter decoration.
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If you’re in love with the rustic or farmhouse style like me, then you will love this centerpiece. First of all, you need to get a wooden rustic-style board. Over the board, place some moss and a glass vase. Now get colored eggs in different shades with metallic style eggs and place them in the vase. The painted-eggs centerpiece is ready.
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As you can see in the picture below, DIYing this centerpiece is as simple as it can be. Get a transparent glass vase, and place the carton of a kitchen roll inside. Next, insert a bunch of colorful flowers in the roll. Finally, pour colorful chocolate candy eggs around the roll to fill the vase. Tada!
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How cute are these bunny napkins with their pinky nose? Get the napkins and fold each in half. Corner to corner, then roll up, starting from the point. After that, fold the rolled napkin in the middle into a U-shape. Roll a craft bead around. Then color an air-dry clay pink and stick it on the bead. Fray the tops finally to create the bunny whiskers.
Now that you have checked these 7 Easter dinner table setting ideas, what do you think of them? Which one are you leaning more toward applying this year?
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