Creative Centerpieces For Easter Dinner
The Easter holiday is just around the corner, and whether you’re planning a traditional family dinner or a light brunch with friends, you need a colorful centerpiece to compliment your meal. Easter dinner centerpieces aren’t regulated to floral arrangements only, so don’t shy away from spring décor, potted plants, or rustic designs.
After all, once the glazed ham and carrot cake are finished, the one thing remaining is the centerpiece. Ideas for Easter centerpieces range from fresh grass and Easter eggs to spring-inspired floral arrangements that add an element of freshness and nature to your setting. If you’re stumped on what will bring a seasonal touch to your dinner arrangement, check out some of our Easter dinner centerpiece ideas below.
Add vibrant color to your table with an arrangement of pink and violet tulips. The soft color is a beautiful sign of spring and will compliment any seasonal décor you have on the table or around your home. Fill in the vase with soft greens to keep the feel of nature. Place the arrangement in a glass vase to keep the focus on the tulips.
Grab a wooden crate from a craft store and stencil your favorite Easter design or words onto the box. Line the box with straw or fresh green grass and stuff the crate with individually wrapped guest gifts – like homemade carrot cake or Easter egg sugar cookies.
Miniature potted plants can be arranged on tiered cake pedestals. Stick with one color for the floral arrangement to keep the focus on the centerpiece. The tiny pots can hold grass, small flowers, or an Easter egg.
Appetizers and Flowers
Put your Eater dinner centerpiece to work by offering appetizers on a platter surrounded by flowers or leaves. Use pedestals to give the centerpiece some height and add cheese, crackers, holiday fruits and nuts or your own appetizer to the tray. Use fresh or faux flowers to ground the platter and bring attention to the center of the table.
Painted Easter Eggs
Get creative and dye Easter eggs yourself or purchase colored eggs to put on display. The eggs can be placed in a vase, basket, or lined along the center of the table. Accent the eggs with greenery for an attention-grabbing centerpiece. The eggs are inexpensive, and your centerpiece will look good enough to eat.
Bring life and fun to your Easter table with glass jars filled with Easter candy. It’s a great focal point and you can add gift bags for guests to fill and take some candy following the meal. Use soft pastel colors like pink, light blue, green, and yellow.
Add a touch of charm and cheer to your Easter dinner with a creative centerpiece. Your guests will feel welcomed at the thought you went out of your way to create such a beautiful tablescape for them. From our table to yours, we hope you and your family have a wonderful Easter!