24 Cheerful Ways to Decorate Your Easter Brunch Table

Here's how to add all the right colors and touches to your Easter brunch table.

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Easter brunch is about so much more than food! From Easter eggs to jelly beans, turn holiday staples into Easter table decorations.

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easter table decor
David Tsay
Perfume Bottles

Vintage perfume bottles take on new life as vessels for fresh spring blooms.

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easter table decor
David Tsay
Mason Jars

Use a cluster of Mason jars to create one large floral arrangement, perfect for the center of an Easter dining table.

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Con Poulos
Quick and Easy

Put classic Easter candies, like speckled eggs, in teacups to round out your centerpiece.

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Con Poulos
Pretty Pots

You'll need a few terracotta pots, letter stickers, and acrylic paint to create these tiny centerpieces. Simply stick on the letters (write a happy spring message!), apply one to two coats of paint, let everything dry, and pull the stickers off. Slide in faux grass before topping with our Spritz Daisy Cookies—you'll need to slide lollipop sticks into the batter before baking to turn these cookies into pops.

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Alexandra Rowley
Grow-Your-Own Garden Centerpiece

Arrange Medium Whitewashed Wood Trays down the middle of your table. Cut through wheatgrass (available at most nurseries) with scissors so it fits inside each tray. Push the stems of cut flowers into floral water picks filled with tap water, then nestle the plastic tubes into the grass. For extra color, place a few dyed eggs around the perimeter as shown.

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Alexandra Rowley
Place Setting

Make a quick and pretty place setting by tying a fresh tulip onto a folded napkin.

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jordan almond chicks
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Candy Chicks

Decorate your Jordan almonds for a sweet addition to your Easter table.

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easy spring centerpiece
Courtesy of Yellow Bliss Road
Spring Centerpiece

Feel free to leave this pretty vase on your dining table for the rest of spring.

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mini flower pots
Courtesy of One Good Thing By Jillee
Mini Flower Pots

Fill up these tiny pots with Cadbury mini eggs to delight your guests.

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Easter Egg Tree

This beautiful spring tree is decked out with Easter eggs for the perfect holiday centerpiece.

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egg name settings
Courtesy of The House That Lars Built
Egg Name Settings

Write out little name tags for your Easter guests on colorful eggs.

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diy painted bottles
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DIY Painted Bottles

Bring lovely pastel colors to your Easter table with these simple painted bottles.

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bunny lollipops
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Bunny Lollipops

You can easily incorporate these bunny pops on your Easter brunch table.

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3d easter egg name tags
Courtesy of The House That Lars Built
3D Easter Name Tags

Impress your family members with these fun Easter egg name tags that you can reuse year after year.

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Alexandra Rowley
Set the Table

Let fresh flowers and spring's pretty pastels inspire your celebration table. Put a rabbit ear napkin ring made from felt at each place setting, then add a few sweet chicks and bunnies around the table.


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Alexandra Rowley
Label the Buffet

Use purple twine to bundle a few 4" twigs. Write the dish's name on a 2"x3" piece of cardstock and slide it, along with a sprig of lavender, between the two top twigs.

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painterly easter eggs
Alexandra Rowley
Painterly Eggs

Download our , and print onto Grafix Rub-Onz Transfer Film. Tip: You may need to select the photo paper setting on your printer. Follow package instructions to transform images into adhesive decals, then apply to eggs by rubbing with your fingers or the flat end of a wine cork.

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Alexandra Rowley
Flowers by the Dozen Centerpiece

To make this centerpiece, empty eggs by carefully cracking a small hole (about ¾" across) in the pointy end of each egg; rinse out. Choose to dye the eggshells, decorate them or leave them plain. Place eggshells in a ceramic Egg Crate or the bottom half of a cardboard or clear plastic egg carton. Then, fill each halfway with water and stick in cut flowers.

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bunny ear napkin
Alexandra Rowley
Bunny Ears Napkins

1. Use scissors to cut a 1½" section of paper-towel tube.

2. From white or pink felt, cut a 6¼" x 2¼" rectangle and hot-glue it around the cardboard ring.

3. Download the . Make the outer ear shapes with felt that matches the ring color, and the inner ear shapes with the other felt color.

4. Sandwich a 4" piece of pipe cleaner between the inner and outer ear shapes, letting about ¾" stick out of the bottom; hot-glue to secure. Pinch the bottom corners together and secure with hot glue; hold until dry. Repeat this step for the other ear.

5. Attach the ears to the felt-covered ring, about ½" apart, by hot-gluing the exposed pipe cleaner to the top of the ring. Cover the pipe cleaner segments with a small piece of matching felt; hot-glue to secure.

6. Once dry, bend the ears to make them stand upright, then push a napkin through the ring.

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Miki Duisterhof
Sweet Tablescape

Nestle chocolate bunnies, eggs and glass containers filled with jelly beans on a flat of wheatgrass for a sweet Easter table.

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Charles Masters
Jelly Beans Favors

Materials:

•2" x 10"

•Jelly beans in a tonal assortment of colors, like pink, orange and yellow

•1¼" round

•5/8"-wide ribbon, cut into 6" lengths

Directions:

1. Fill bags with jelly beans, adding hues in the order they appear in a rainbow; each color should form a roughly 1" layer.

2. Leave 1½" at the top of each bag and trim off the excess.

3. Write each guest's name on a tag.

4. Close each bag by tying on a tag with a length of ribbon

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Charles Masters
Butterfly Napkin Rings

Materials:

•3 yd 1½"-wide

•3 yd 1½"-wide

•3 yd ¾"-wide

Directions:

1. Layer the two colors of 1½"-wide grosgrain ribbon over each other to create a single 2"-wide ribbon; secure together with double-stick tape.

2. Layer the ¾" ribbon so it lies centered over the seam of the other two ribbons; secure with double-stick tape.

3. Cut the three-layer ribbon into 3½" lengths.

4. Roll napkins and wrap the 3½" three-layer ribbons around the middle of the napkin, securing at the back with double-stick tape.

5. Place two butterfly stickers in the center.

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Charles Masters
Ribbon Runner

Arrange ribbons in your chosen palette along the dining table, trimming them so that about one foot hangs over either end of the table. Pieces of double-stick tape keep ribbons in place.

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ombre easter egg idea
Charles Masters
Ombré Easter Eggs

Materials:

•1 dozen white hard-boiled eggs

Directions:

1. Mix colors using ⅓ tsp (¼ tsp for yellow) food coloring, enough warm water to cover eggs and 1 tsp white vinegar.

2. Dip egg fully in dye and let dry.

3. Dip the egg again ¾ of the way into the dye and let dry. Repeat in quarterly increments.

Optional: You can also start by leaving the tip of the egg white. To create a multicolor gradation, start with one color and dip in quarterly increments. At the half mark, begin dipping by quarters in another color.

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