Easter Table Decorations

Easter table decorations

Looking for some fun new ways to decorate your Easter table this year? We searched all around and gathered some of the cutest ideas for Easter table decorations out there to share with you. Have a joyous holiday!

Easter flower centerpiece

You can adapt this easy and colorful jellybean centerpiece by using whatever flowers or vases that you have on hand. Tulips, peonies, daffodils, or lilies can all be great choices. (Anchor flowers into a piece of damp green florist foam before surrounding them with candy.)

Easter bunny table centerpieceCourtesy of Good Housekeeping

Add long ears and smiling faces to plain white bags for an instantly adorable bunny centerpiece. The best thing about these bunnies is that after brunch they can serve double duty by holding all the treasures your kiddos collect on their Easter egg hunts!

butterfly wine markers make a great Easter table decorationCourtesy of Southern Living

These sweet silk butterflies can be purchased pre-made at your local craft store. Add one to each glass at your Easter table for a pretty burst of color.

How to Make a Folded Easter Bunny Napkin

 folded bunny napkinhow to fold a bunny napkin

This whimsical folded bunny napkin can make each place setting at your table look special. Here are the steps to make it, or click here to go to youtube.com for an easy tutorial from Better Homes and Gardens.




Springtime Easter Chick Cakes

Here’s a fun and tasty Easter time treat

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Last Easter my kids and I were looking for a fun baking activity to try around Easter and we came upon these adorable little chicks in a nest. Who could resist the combination of Twinkies and toasted coconut? I was so sad when Twinkies went away because I thought that we wouldn’t be able to make this snack again, but when I was shopping yesterday I came across a look-alike product called Dreamies, so now we are back in business. Here’s how to make this super easy (and super yummy) Easter dessert.



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Easter Chick Cakes

What You Will Need:
Baking Sheet
Wax Paper
Shredded Coconut
White Chocolate Chips
Dreamies Snack Cakes (or other similar product)
Chocolate Sprinkles
Orange and/or Yellow Frosting
Candy Lemon or Orange Slices

Directions

1. Toast 1⁄2 cup of shredded coconut on cookie sheet in the broiler for one minute. Remove, stir, and toast for 30 seconds more. Repeat as needed.

2. Cut the snack cake in half to make two chicks, and decorate using frosting for the beaks and sprinkles for the eyes.

3. While the frosting sets, melt 1⁄4 cup of white chocolate chips on the stovetop. Remove from heat and stir in the coconut.

4. Stand the chicks on the wax paper and spread the coconut mixture around them to look like chicks in a nest.

5. Use some yellow frosting to stick on the trimmed candy slices for wings.

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Make an Easter Wreath

easter craft idea

It’s almost time for Easter, and that means it’s time to brighten up the house with some pretty spring decorations!

Here’s an easy Easter craft idea from Country Living that you make from Jordan almonds. Here’s how to do it:

Take a 12-inch Styrofoam wreath, and beginning with the inside circumference, hot-glue the almonds in place, overlapping a few of them to add dimension. Continue in a circular pattern until the entire front and inner and outer edges of the wreath are covered. Hang with a sturdy piece of cotton ribbon, or oversize rickrack trim as shown. To store the wreath, wrap it in paper, place flat in a box, and keep in a cool, dry spot. It should last for one to two years.  Fun, easy, and really pretty!

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