Looking for easy Easter table decor ideas? You are going to love this cute and simple Easter tablescape. Wait until you see the DIY centerpiece that can be used all spring and summer! You can download the adorable bunny place card printable for free at the end of this post!
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I asked my graphic artist Kimberley, who makes all of the free printables here at SGM, to make some bunny place cards that I could use for an Easter tablescape blog post. I was so excited when I saw the place cards that I could not wait to get out my box of Easter table decor.
I’ve been using the same Easter decorations for several years. After I started putting the table together, I realized the decorations I had were pretty tired. So I decided to change things up a little, and the result was a cute and simple Easter tablescape.
Easter Table Setting
The first thing I wanted to figure out was how I was going to display the place cards. You know me, I can’t just put them on the plates or the table and call it a day.
I found these fun little carrots at Hobby Lobby. I thought I could attach the place cards to the carrots and then use them as napkin holders. That idea was a bust! The carrots were too big and I wasn’t lovin’ it at all.
Another venture to Hobby Lobby and I stumbled upon the sweetest little bunnies and knew they would be perfect! After some trial and error, I came up with the perfect table setting.
I used the Easter egg-shaped salad plates I bought at Pier 1 several years ago along with my white Ikea dinner plates. The sweet bunnies sitting on the salad plates make awesome place card holders. I was even able to use the little carrots by taking them apart and just using a single carrot on each plate.
Yellow is one of my favorite colors for spring and summer decor. I have a lot of blue in my house, and yellow is the perfect accent color. I had the yellow and white straws for my mason jar glasses, and I purchased the yellow and white napkins at Home Goods.
Easter Table Centerpiece
Once I had the place setting complete, I was ready to tackle the centerpiece. I wanted to keep it simple and decided to use a white pitcher filled with fresh flowers. All of my white pitchers were already being used as decor in other rooms of the house.
Since I had to go to Home Goods to make a return, I thought I’d take a look and see what I could find there. I found a white pitcher for $7.99. Which was really free because the item I was returning cost $16.99. 😉
Next stop was Trader Joe’s for some fresh flowers. On the way to TJ’s, I had another idea which required an additional trip to Hobby Lobby after I was done at TJ’s.
You guys I LOVE the way this centerpiece turned out!!! Can you guess what I purchased at Hobby Lobby?
The baby’s breath is from Trader Joe’s. My bright idea on the way there was to use faux flowers instead of fresh flowers. I bought 4 faux stems and some wet floral foam from Hobby Lobby. The wet floral foam keeps all the flowers in place and holds water for the fresh baby’s breath.
Now I do not have to keep purchasing fresh flowers all spring long. In fact, it can be used throughout the summer too!
In order to keep it simple, I didn’t use chargers or placemats. I’m pretty darn happy with the way this Easter tablescape turned out!
What do you think? Have I inspired you to create your own simple Spring/Easter tablescape? Here is a recap of where you can find the decor that I used.
Carrots, Distressed Mini Bunnies, Faux Ranunculus, Wet Floral Foam – Hobby Lobby
White Dinner Plates – Ikea
Yellow Napkins, Distressed Farmhouse Pitcher – Home Goods
Mason Jars – Walmart
Yellow and White Mason Jar Straws – Etsy
Daisy Mason Jar Lids – Etsy
For more inspiration, check out my Spring Tablescape from last year.
Here are some other posts that may help you with your spring celebrations:
Don’t forget to download your FREE bunny place cards below!