EGG-cellent Table Settings for Easter

Bringing the outdoors in, and displaying natural elements at your dining table for Easter is warming, enchanting and entertaining. Spring is here, flowers are in bloom and many Easter gatherings are in full swing.  Creating a DIY Easter tablescape for family and friends brings everyone together to surround a natural table setting that can be admired.

An Easter tablescape doesn’t have to break the bank. Incorporate natural elements by gathering items from your backyard. Shop around or visit your local farmers market for natural greens for your tablescape.  You can even cut grass from your very own yard to give the look of a picnic styled tablescape.

The ideas are endless. Be creative and go for it!.

Here are few of my favorite  Easter Tablescape Inspirations!

Easter Tablescape With Grass Centerpiece and Carrot Decorations

 Love Grows Wild & Satori

Loving this table setting, the carrots are a fabulous idea. What a great way to display natural elements and show off natural foods too.

I think the peat pots are a really cute idea for your table setting, especially for Easter.

Easter Table Setting With Blue Robin Eggs

by On Sutton Place

I love the idea of a tiny basket for each guest that sits around the table. Fill it with something sweet for an after dinner treat.

Easter Tablescape With Beehive and Nature Themes

Thistlewood Farms

Who says Easter has to be all bunnies and chicks? The bee hive used here is perfect!



Use the dishes you have and just add Easter elements. A small bowl filled with Easter grass and few candy eggs is a simple touch.

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Hot Polka Dot

Each of your guests will love sitting down to a bunny shaped napkin and a few candies to nibble on before the main course.


A single egg nestled nicely in a nest. Simple, yet beautiful.


Centsational Girl

Eggs are the obvious choice to use in your table setting. Have fun with them!

So many inspirational ideas for this coming Easter. You still have time, so head out and get creative.  Enjoy your Easter Sunday!

What do you think?