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19 Easter Table Decorations That Will Put a Spring in Your Step

Give your holiday table a fresh look with these fun Easter table decorations. Learn how to incorporate seasonal produce, flowers, colored eggs and more.

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Dress up your Easter floral arrangement with a pretty, patterned vase. Colorful paper, double-sided tape and a touch of twine transform boring old mason jars (or even empty wine bottles!) into spring-y vases eager to hold fresh blooms.

While you’re at it, try one of these mason jar recipes, too.

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Bright + Yellow

Celebrate sunny skies with a cheerful yellow tablescape. Bright bouquets of daffodils complement gray linens, while a dyed yellow egg transitions from decor into a starter for Sunday brunch.

Learn how to make natural Easter egg dyes here.

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Beautiful festive Easter table setting with napkin Easter BunnyAnastasia Voskresenskaya / Shutterstock

Baby Bunny

Pay homage to the Easter bunny with this adorable napkin idea. Just wrap a cloth napkin around a colored egg (both real and faux work), and tie off with a piece of twine to create ears. Use a fine-tip permanent marker to draw on eyes and a nose. Learn how to dye your Easter eggs naturally.

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Crazy for Citrus

Stay fresh with a pretty, citrus-inspired table. Oranges, lemons and limes pair well with rich hues of blue, while stalks of greens and baby’s breath add some height. Our favorite touch? Using twine-wrapped lemons as place card holders.

Incorporate citrus into your holiday meal with these yummy recipes.

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Grown-up Basket

Kids shouldn’t have ALL of the fun. Let an adult Easter basket chock full of gourmet chocolates double as table decor (and dessert!). Here are 32 homemade Easter egg fillers to get you started.

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Fresh from the Field

Distract hungry guests with these flower pot party dips. Simply fill a food-safe bowl with your favorite hummus or dip, nestle in bite-sized vegetables and place the bowl in a clean flower pot. This idea works great on buffets, too.

Get our favorite potluck-ready dip recipes here.

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Holiday table setting with Linen napkins and rose gold cutleryAkasha/Shutterstock

Rustic Elegance

If you don’t own Easter decor, that’s okay. You can still create a jaw-dropping display with simple, rustic items like candles, sprigs of herbs, fresh greenery and cloth napkins. Finish off the scene with one of our favorite rustic farmhouse-style desserts.

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Teacup Fairy Garden

For an adorable display, create miniature fairy gardens in teacups and teapots. Just fill each vessel with stones and soil, then top with moss, flowers, succulents and tiny figurines.

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Adorable Doilies

Put your craft supply to work. Create a one-of-a-kind table runner for your Easter feast by sewing (or hot gluing) the edges of crocheted doilies together. Position larger laces in the middle and place smaller ones on the edges.

Don’t have doilies? Buy a set here.

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Beautiful holiday Easter table setting, close upAkasha / Shutterstock

Pretty in Pink

Pastel hues are perfect for Easter, so pick one color and use it to fill your table. We can’t get enough of this pink display featuring peonies, pale napkins and rose gold flatware.

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Pretty Pyrex

For an edible centerpiece, turn your favorite vintage dishes into Easter baskets. Pick a fun pattern (like this Pyrex rooster dish), fill with faux grass and top with treats.

Psst! You can make your own peanut butter Easter egg. Here’s how.

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Vase Filler

You spent SO much time dying Easter eggs, why not show them off? Carefully stack colorful eggs in a clear vase, then nestle fresh blooms in the gaps. Use as a centerpiece or in any spot that needs a little Easter cheer.

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Level Up

Give your tiered treat tray a new purpose. Line each level with nesting materials, such as faux grass and bark, then place colored eggs on each tier. If you’re using real eggs, let guests sample the eggs during brunch!

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Chubby Bunny

Seriously, is there anything cute than a fluffy, chubby bunny? We didn’t think so. Use a collection of tiny buns to keep your plates company, then let guests take their new friends home.

These cute recipes are shaped just like the Easter bunny!

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Easter table setting with holiday decor on mint wooden backgroundAlena Ozerova / Shutterstock

Farmhouse Chic

For a rustic look, stick to simple decor that complements your table. We love the textured plates, vintage flatware and simple Easter eggs that define this tablescape.

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Garden Finds

Fresh produce is naturally beautiful, so make space for it on your holiday tablescape. A bowl of fresh radishes is as pretty as any floral display, and a bunch of asparagus is the perfect vessel for a battery-operated candle.

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Made with Love

Step back in time by turning grandma’s old floral handkerchief’s into a family heirloom. Simply sew the squares together, side by side, until you have a long, table-length runner.

Grandma would approve of these Easter recipes, too.

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Naturally Pretty

Celebrate new life in the spring with a nature-inspired table. Mint green plates, birch-wrapped candles and plant cuttings take a basic theme to new heights.

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Simple Yet Sweet

Time to hop to it! These cute little bunnies are cut from craft paper. The tail? A simple carnation bloom. This idea also works well for the kids’ table, just sub a large marshmallow for the flower.

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Katie Bandurski
As Senior Shopping Editor, Katie connects Taste of Home readers with the best gifts, deals and home products on the market. An avid foodie and a holiday enthusiast, Katie is an expert at cultivating meaningful moments. When she’s out of the office, you’ll find her exploring Wisconsin, trying out new vegetarian recipes and watching Christmas movies.