How to create your own Easter table centrepiece...

By Amber Clery in Decorating on Tuesday, April 3, 2012 - 17:41

image from www.centsationalgirl.com

Here's a few lovely Easter table decorating ideas that we just love. A fresh Spring-time look is created above using lots of white and different shades of blues and greens. Curly willow branches with some decorative butterflies attached create a dramatic but simple centre-piece. For a similar look use some white crockery and green coloured glassware to display decorative eggs and then add some fresh white flowers.

images via www.marthastewart.com, www.centsationalgirl.com and www.pinterest.com 

These beautiful homemade centrepieces are so simple to create but will have your loved ones in awe of your creative talents for weeks to come...here's how to create your own Easter table centrepiece...

  1. Simply fill a glass jar with decorative eggs and then add some flowers for a colourful splash to your Easter table.. you could tie a piece of raffia around the top of the jar for a rustic touch and maybe arrange two to three of these arrangements depending on the size of your table. This centrepiece is especially great when you are a little stuck for space.
  2. Similarly, fill a glass vase or jar with jelly beans and add some sunny yellow daffodils for a fun talking point at your table.
  3. If you have an old wooden flowerbox or vintage crate lying around, fill it with soil, plant some daffodils, layer some moss on top and add some decorative eggs for a similar look. Alternatively you could plant some daffodils in small terracotta pots, layer with moss and scatter a couple of mini eggs on top. 
  4. If you have any silverware at home, dust it off and casually arrange your pieces along the centre of your table, filling each piece with a fluffy yellow daffodil. In this image they have used candle sticks and egg cups but you could use anything you have such as small jugs, sugar bowls and tea pots for an equally eye catching display. If you don't have any silver, you could use pieces of vintage china for a similar look. It's all about using what you have.

Alternatively you could simply place an Easter tree in the centre of your table for a dramatic centrepiece. 

We would love to hear what you think and if you've created your own masterpiece for your Easter table, be sure to let us know :)