Whether you're serving sweet treats or a savory quiche, any Easter brunch can be taken to the next level with a beautifully set table. Sprinkle some eye-catching bunny-shaped confetti over the tablecloth, or set a beautiful centerpiece of mason jars artfully repurposed as flower vases, or try turning Jordan almonds into tiny (tasty) baby chicks. The best part is these Easter brunch table decorations will add a festive touch to the party without too much extra work. Here are some clever and colorful ways to beautify your table for a day of eating, celebrating, and digging into Easter baskets.
Bunny-shaped paper plates are the perfect finishing touch to your Easter brunch place settings. Adding a touch of whimsical brightness, they're great to use for the appetizer course and make cleanup a little bit easier.
Stylish with a modern flair, these felt Easter placemats come in 19 different colors and can easily be coordinated with this year's color scheme.
These paper napkins, embossed with a collection of Easter eggs in different sizes and designs, will add a fun pop of color to the table this year.
Add these labels to your wine bottles before dropping them on the table– they're guaranteed to make your guests smile before holding out their glasses.
You can't go wrong with these glittering bunny-shaped confetti. Scatter the rabbits over the table to add a fun, textured element to your table decor.
Customized placemats really add a personal touch your table. Not hosting Easter brunch this year? These placemats also make for a thoughtful gift to bring your host.
This moss-covered nest of speckled Easter eggs is a beautiful centerpiece to add to the table to create a rustic ambiance.
These bunny crackers, which you can fill with Jordan almonds or jellybeans, serve dual purpose: not only are they an adorable addition to each place setting, they're also party favors!
Accent your floral centerpiece by adding this adorable mini bunny balloon to the arrangement.
These felt Easter carrot ornaments can be personalized with the names of each of your guests and added to their place setting as a place card.
A tiered cake stand adds height and interest to any table. Place a mix of decorated eggs and bundles of flowers in egg cups on each level for a sweet and simple display.
The bright colors and geometric design of these clay faceted eggs add a fun vibe to any Easter brunch.
Get the tutorial at Sugar & Cloth.
An egg cup filled with a pretty bloom is all you need for a beautiful table. Clean white plates and an off-white linen napkin complete the look.
See more at Julie Blanner.
This Peter Rabbit-themed brunch by Jamie Lundstrom, creator of So Much Better With Age, is a nod to English tea and one of the most beloved children's book characters ever written. Place a bundle of carrots in a cloche for a quick and easy centerpiece.
See more at So Much Better With Age.
For a delectable centerpiece the entire family can help create, look no further than this adorable (and edible!) gingerbread house. Pastel-colored candies turn this Christmas staple into an Easter surprise.
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Layer dyed eggs of the same hue (like pink) from dark to light, then add a full bouquet for a glam take on a flower arrangement.
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Nothing says Easter celebration like sweet eggs and a touch of gingham. Liz Fourez of Love Grows Wild used small letter stamps to personalize each hardboiled egg.
Get the tutorial at Love Grows Wild.
You don't need to spend a lot of cash for a beautiful brunch table. These monogrammed place settings were made from items found at the Dollar Store.
Get the tutorial at This Is Our Bliss.
Vintage perfume bottles take on new life as vessels for fresh spring blooms.
Use a cluster of Mason jars to create one large floral arrangement, perfect for the center of an Easter dining table.
Put classic Easter candies, like speckled eggs, in teacups to round out your centerpiece.
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.)
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.
Make a quick and pretty place setting by tying a fresh tulip onto a folded napkin.
Decorate your Jordan almonds for a sweet addition to your Easter table.
Feel free to leave this pretty vase on your dining table for the rest of spring.
Get the tutorial at Yellow Bliss Road.
Fill up tiny pots with Cadbury mini eggs to delight your guests.
Get the tutorial at One Good Thing By Jillee.
This beautiful spring tree is decked out with Easter eggs for the perfect holiday centerpiece.
Get the tutorial at Peanut Blossom.
Write out little name tags for your Easter guests on colorful eggs.
Get the tutorial at The House That Lars Built.
Bring lovely pastel colors to your Easter table with these simple painted bottles.
Get the tutorial at Homey Oh My.